Nardin soccer star Brigid Molloy capped her scholastic career with All-America honors from the United Soccer Coaches, the organization announced Thursday.
Nardin soccer star Brigid Molloy has capped her scholastic career with All-America honors from the United Soccer Coaches, the organization announced Thursday.
Molloy, a Villanova signee, is among 37 girls players selected and five players from New York State. Molloy and Baldwinsville’s Hannah Mimas were the lone players from upstate New York. Players had to be named all-state or all-region to be considered for All-American.
Molloy’s father received an email Wednesday and shared the good news with her.
“It was a surprise to me,” she said. “Obviously, it’s an awesome honor and I’m super grateful for it. I’m pretty sure it was started by Nardin, especially my high school coaches Frank Cotroneo and Jackie D’Orazio. I really appreciate everything they have done to push for my success.”
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