WASHINGTON STATE CAREER
JUNIOR (2006) - Appeared in nine matches for WSU...averaged 26 minutes per match...played all nine matches at midfielder.
SOPHOMORE (2005) - Made 11 starts in 19 appearances...recorded first goal of her Cougar career in season opening 2-1 win over Idaho State...took eight shots, placing five on goal for a .625 shots on goal percentage...named Pac-10 All- Academic honorable mention...earned roster spot on the Canadian Under-20 Women's National Team for the 2006 Confederation of North and Central American and Caribbean Football (CONCACAF) Qualifying Tournament in Veracruz, Mexico.
FRESHMAN (2004) - Entered preseason camp recovering from knee surgery for a torn ACL...came back to play in 13 matches, starting eight games as a wing midfielder....took six shots, including one shot on goal....played against six of the seven nationally-ranked teams WSU played, making three starts...made first start of the season, assisting Brooke Bemis on the first goal scored in the Cougars 3-2 win over Northern Colorado...assisted on game-winning goal in WSU's 1-0 victory over No. 8 UCLA....missed Oregon games Oct. 22-24 while training with U-19 Canadian National Team.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB CAREER
RECAP - Member of Canadian U-16 and U-17 National Teams and in 2004 was member of U-19 Canadian National Team pool...played basketball, field hockey and soccer at Handsworth Secondary for North Vancouver...captained soccer team all four years at Handsworth...as a FRESHMAN, named junior basketball Player of the Year...Handsworth basketball and field hockey team district champs...U-14 club soccer team won league and Provincial Cup...member of U-14 Provincial team...SOPHOMORE year, U-15 club soccer team won Provincial Cup and were Western Nike Champions...U-15 Provincial team took bronze medal at Canadian National Championships...member of U-16 Canadian National Team...JUNIOR year, U-16 club soccer team won league...women's premier cup team won Provincial Cup......as a SENIOR, named British Columbia's soccer Female Athlete of the Year...honored with Premiers award and named to British Columbia Sports Hall of Fame...member of U-19 Canadian National Team pool.
Born Molly Alexander January 11, 1986 at Vancouver, British Columbia...parents Douglas and Ann Alexander...brothers Ezra and Jeremy...enjoys photography, reading, coaching and keeping fit...carried 3.25 prep GPA...majoring in human development at WSU.
YEAR MP MS S SOG G A PT GWG PK 2004 13 8 6 1 0 2 2 0 0-0 2005 19 11 8 5 1 0 2 0 0-0 2006 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Totals 41 19 14 6 1 2 4 0 0-0