Tiverton's Molly Little joins U. Denver lacrosse team

Posted 8/31/17

TIVERTON — Molly Little of Tiverton will play lacrosse in this, her sophomore year, at the University Said Denver Coach Liza Kelly, “Molly is a fast and talented player who will add depth to our …

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Tiverton's Molly Little joins U. Denver lacrosse team

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TIVERTON — Molly Little of Tiverton will play lacrosse in this, her sophomore year, at the University Said Denver Coach Liza Kelly, “Molly is a fast and talented player who will add depth to our midfield. Her hardworking, relentless attitude will fit right in with the Pioneers.”

In her lone year with the Catamounts, Little played 16 games, starting in 10. In that time, she scored six goals with seven assists, and earned America East All-Rookie Team honors.

Little was a three-sport athlete (basketball, lacrosse, cross country) at Tabor Academy (Mass.). She was lacrosse captain during the 2016 season, and was named team MVP in 2015 and 2016. She was an NEPSAC All-Star in lacrosse in 2015 and cross country in 2014.

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