Princeton University, Psychology and Neuroscience, Pre-Medicine
December 21, 1991
Collegiate Athletic Experience – Running
- 1500 – 4:24.24
- 800 – 2:10.25
- Mile – 4:49.05
Swim Best Times and Events – High School
- 100 free – 51.93
- 200 free – 1:53.28
- 100 butterfly – 56.05 (former NJ State record)
- 200 butterfly – 2:09.66
2015 Results (Elite)
- Rev3 Rush EDR Super Sprint: 2nd, earning her elite card
- Dallas ITU Sprint Triathlon (Duathlon) American Cup: 9th
- Magog CAMTRI Olympic Triathlon American Cup: 11th
- Tartu ETU Sprint Triathlon European Cup: 12th
Reading, working and playing with children, crossword puzzles, baking Christmas cookies and going to the beach.
Who am I?
I am a puppy-less puppy-lover enjoying the never-ending summer.
Since last season Molly had two setbacks which didn’t allow her fully realize the benefits of the CRP, she was granted a 6 month extension in the CRP until May 1st. In February she fractured the transverse processes from L2-L5 in a bike crash during training. Then in August at a race in Latvia, her foot went into her spokes, slicing it (with a sub-par sew up afterwards) and fracturing the second toe. The plan for Molly is to start racing early: January 15th in La Paz, Argentina and January 31st in Merida, Mexico. This will afford her the opportunity to start off the season strong. We fully believe Molly can reach the benchmarks set for her in order to allow her to finish the season with CRP support.