Weekly Honors

Brown’s Dylan Molloy Named Ivy League Player of the Week

Providence, R.I. – Brown sophomore attackman Dylan Molloy (Setauket, NY), the nation’s leading scorer, has been named the Ivy League Player of the Week after scoring 14 goals and handing out five assists in Brown wins over Hartford and Michigan.

Molloy tied the Brown school record for points in a game (13) by scoring a career high eight goals and dishing out five assists in the Bears’ 22-12 win over Michigan.  He tied the Brown record of 13 points, held by USILA Player of the Year Darren Lowe ‘92 against Boston College in 1991, and All-American Oliver Marti ‘93 vs. New Hampshire in 1993.

Earlier in the week, Molloy netted six goals in a 17-8 win over Hartford.

The nation’s leading scorer with 6.5 goals per game, Molloy also leads all Division I players in points with 8.25 per game. The 22 goals scored by the Bears against Michigan are the most since a 23-5 win over Providence in 1996. As a team, Brown leads the nation in scoring with 18.5 goals per game.

The 19th ranked Bears will host #10 Harvard in a key Ivy League clash on Saturday, March 14 at Stevenson Field, starting at 3 pm.


Brian Feldman Earns Second MAAC Rookie of the Week Honor

HAMDEN, Conn. – Quinnipiac freshman Brian Feldman (Canandaigua, N.Y.) was tabbed MAAC Rookie of the Week for the second time in his young career, announced Monday, March 9 by the league office.

Feldman posted four goals and two assists this past week, but really shined on Saturday against Hartford. He scored career highs in goals and points, netting four markers and one assist in the game. Feldman scored twice in the first quarter, and once in the third and fourth, which included a go-ahead tally with less than two minutes to play. Earlier in the week, he had an assist at Harvard. He also grabbed three ground balls.

Two weeks ago, Feldman was named Rookie of the Week by the conference for the first time. He has six goals and two assists through four games thus far. Over 63 percent of his shots find the target.