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MOLLY GOODWIN

Inducted: 2012 - Player

Hometown: Brighton, Mass.

 


Molly Goodwin attended UC Berkeley and was a scholarship Division I soccer player. She began to play ultimate for Berkeley in 1990 and won a college national title in 1993.  

Molly began playing for the Maine-iacs in 1991 and earned her first club national title in 1992. In 1994, she played for the national championship team Felix. Molly moved to Boston in 1995 to play with Lady Godiva, and contributed to the team's most prolific period of seven USA Club Championships with a 61-1 record at Club Nationals. Molly went on to win a total of 11 national and three world championships, the first ultimate player to achieve that many titles. Molly is considered the most complete ultimate player in the history of the women's game.

         

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Playing Career

Year
Team Name
1990-1992   UC Berkeley
1991-1994   Maine-iacs
1994   Felix
1995-2002   Lady Godiva

 

US National Championship Tournaments

Name    City    Year    Division    Placing
UC Berkeley   Berkeley   1992   College   Champion
Maine-iacs   Bay Area   1993   Open   Champion
Maine-iacs   Bay Area   1994   Open   Champion
Felix       1994   Open   Champion
Lady Godiva   Boston   1995   Open   Champion
Lady Godiva   Boston   1996   Open   Champion
Lady Godiva   Boston   1997   Open   Champion
Lady Godiva   Boston   1998   Open   Champion
Lady Godiva   Boston   2000   Open   Champion
Lady Godiva   Boston   2001   Open   Champion
Lady Godiva   Boston   2001   Open   Champion
 


WFDF World Ultimate Championships

Name    City    Year    Venue    Placing
Maine-iacs   Bay Area   1993   Madison, Wis.   Champion
Maine-iacs   Bay Area   1994   Colchester, U.K.   Champion
Lady Godiva   Boston   1998   Blaine, Minn.   Champion
             

 

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