Brown’s Dylan Molloy Named USILA National Player of the Week


Providence, R.I. – The honors keep coming in for Brown sophomore attackman Dylan Molloy (Setauket, NY) following a record setting week. Molloy has been named the USILA National Player of the Week after scoring 14 goals and handing out five assists in Brown wins over Hartford and Michigan.

He had previously been named the Ivy League and ECAC Player of the Week.

Molloy, the nation’s leading scorer, registered eight goals and five assists in the Bears’ 22-12 win over Michigan, tying the Brown school record for points in a game (13) held by USILA Player of the Year Darren Lowe ‘92 against Boston College in 1991, and All-American Oliver Marti ‘93 vs. New Hampshire in 1993.

Molloy also netted six goals in a 17-8 win over Hartford earlier in the week.

The 22 goals scored by the Bears are the most since a 23-5 victory over Providence in 1996. As a team, Brown leads the nation in scoring with 18.5 goals per game.

Molloy leads all Division I players in points with 8.25 per game, and is the nation’s leading goal scorer with 6.5 goals per game,

The #18/19 Bears will host #10 Harvard in a key Ivy League clash on Saturday, March 14 at Stevenson Field, starting at 3 pm.

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