Duke Women's Soccer BIO
11 Molly Mack
Junior (2010): Did not play due to a torn ACL injury.
Sophomore (2009): Played in nine games on the season ... recorded one assist against Alabama A&M ... took two shots in 144 minutes of action.
Freshman (2008): Missed the season due to a microfracture surgery of her left knee.
High School/Club: As a senior, started all of her matches, while posting nine goals and 17 assists ... earned All-Conference accolades ... named co-captain as a senior ... led her squad to a third place finish at the Southwest Preparatory Conference Championship ... All-Conference and Dallas Morning News Player of the Week Honorable Mention as a junior ... led her Greenhill School squad to the Southwest Preparatory Conference Division I Championship as a sophomore and junior, while being runner-up as a freshman ... as a junior, started 16 games and posted 15 assists and 11 goals ... registered 15 assists and nine goals in 20 matches as a sophomore ... as a freshman, started 16 of 18 games and had two assists ... has played for the Sting Dallas Royal club team since 2000 and has served as captain from 2003 to present ... as a defender helped her team to a 0.8 goals-against average ... led the Sting Dallas Royal team to the Fall 2005 Championship and overall 2005 title ... also was a four-year letterwinner in cross country ... three-time Academic Pin Winner, awarded to students with 3.5 grade-point average or higher for three trimesters ... played high school and club soccer with Duke teammate Ashley Rape ... member of Spanish National Honor Society ... received University of Richmond Book Award in English as a junior ... voted Homecoming Queen as a senior ... finished magna cum laude -- the top 10 in her class.
Personal: Full name is Molly Claire Mack ... born April 16, 1990 in Dallas, Texas ... daughter of Michael and Barbara Mack ... has two brothers, Andrew (24), Ryan (19), and two sisters, Annie (28) and Kate (23) ... majoring in English along with a minor in chemistry and women's studies ... a 2009 and 2011 ACC Honor Roll selection.
Mack's Career Statistics:
*Injured in 2008 and 2010