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#25 Molly Boyd
Position: Defender
Height: 5'9"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Seattle, Wash.
High School: Nathan Hale
Club: Crossfire Premier

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Washington
2012 (Junior):
Was one of four players to play in all 90 minutes of the season-opener at Seattle U ... started on the back line vs. Colgate and Syracuse ... played great defense vs. Syracuse ... helped UW post shutouts vs. SU and Colgate ... played all 90 minutes vs. La Salle, taking one shot and helping to post the shutout ... played all 90 minutes vs. Fresno State ... started at Gonzaga and vs. Notre Dame helping to post shutouts in both games ... earned starts at Utah State and BYU ... played in all 100 minutes at USC ... played all 91 minutes at Colorado and took one shot ... played all 90 minutes at Utah and took one shot ... played all 110 minutes vs. Arizona and took one shot ... played all 90 minutes on the back line vs. ASU helping to post the 2-0 shutout ... played every minute on the back line vs. No. 3 UCLA ... played every minute at No. 25 Cal and No. 2 Stanford.

2011 (Sophomore):Played and started in 18 games ... took her first career shot against Seattle University on Sept. 4 ... had to miss a match after receiving a red card against No. 24 Portland on Sept. 9 ... was part of the defense that helped the team record two shutouts and allowed top-ranked teams such as Stanford, UCLA, Wisconsin, Cal and Portland to score just once each.

2010 (Freshman): Appeared in 21 games making 12 starts ... earned a starting postion in the back line in the Arizona State game on Oct. 10 and started the remainder of the season, including all four NCAA Tournament games ... made her Husky debut at UMass on Aug. 27 ... played in all 110 minutes at No. 2 Portland in the NCAA Second Round on Nov. 14.

High School/Club:
Four-year letterwinner and two-year team captain at Nathan Hale High School ... was the Metro League Sound Division Player of the Year her junior season and named All-State twice ... a Two-Time All-Metro League selection mostly playing defense, also played midfield, recording six goals and six assists her junior year ... an injury prevented her from playing her senior season ... played for Crossfire Premier club team for two years. Personal:
Molly Rose Boyd ... parents are Doug and Dana Boyd ... has a sister, Emily ... father played college hockey at Ohio State ... enjoys ultimate frisbee and photography.

Career Statistics

Coach Gallimore on Boyd
"We feel extremely fortunate to get a player like Molly late in the recruiting game. Molly was injured last year so she fell off the radar during her rehabilitation. Molly is now getting back to playing and we suspect she will be in very good form by the time preseason comes around in August. She is a strong defender and will add depth to a back line that will see four starters graduate in a two year period."

GETTING TO KNOW Molly Boyd

NicknameBoydie
Favorite song"Smile" by Uncle Kracker
Guilty pleasureLaying sprawled out on the floor.
Strangest thing a coach ever said to you"I really have to pee, my feet are swollen and I just feel like a pregnant woman!" - the one and only Jim Thomas
Favorite part of being a HuskyBeing in such a great environment with great people.
Favorite restaurant in SeattleBenihanas!
Favorite place to hang out in SeattleMathews Beach
Favorite place on UW campusThe soccer field.
It's on vibrate.N/A
Zodiac signLibra
If you could guest star on a TV show, what would it be?Friends
Biggest celebrity crushBen Mckenzie
Store where you would like to spend a $10,000 gift cardNordstrom
If you could have dinner with one person, who would it beMy sister.
Why did you choose your numberN/A
Random fact people wouldn't know about Molly BoydMy parents chose the name Molly because they thought it was unique. I now know 6 Mollys.
If you could trade places with a teammate for a day, who would it be and whySarah Martinez, so I could experience her diving header skills.
Best thing about playing for Coach GallimoreLesle pushes you to work as hard as you can and when you do she praises it. She also cares about each player off the field as well as on the field.
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