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Molly Martin
Year: Senior
Hometown: Ramsey, Minn.
High School: Elk River High School
Major: Elementary Education
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Molly Martin
Courtesy: UND Athletics Media Relations
Release: 04/19/2010

2010-11 (Senior): Co-recipient (with sophomore Chivas Beaudoin) of UND's Most Valuable Player Award ... Ranked second on the team with an 83.5 scoring average ... Was named to the 2011 Great West Conference All-Tournament second team after tying for sixth place ... Shot her lowest round of the season with a 76 during the third round of the GWC Championship ... Tied for ninth at the season-opening Green Bay Invitational (Sept. 13-14) ... Earned fourth letter.

2009-10 (Junior): Tied for 17th at the Great West Conference Championship, where she shot a 261 (88-89-84) ... Placed seventh at the UND Invitational with a 263 (95-82-86) ... Earned third letter.

2008-09 (Sophomore): All-Great West Conference second team selection ... Competed in nine events and a total of 11 rounds ... Tied for ninth at the Great West Conference Championship (April 19-21) where she was +31 (84-83-80=247) ... Lowest round came in the Augustana Fall Invitational (Sept. 7-8), when she shot an opening-round 82 ... Earned second letter.

2007-08 (Freshman): Competed in all 10 of UND's events ... Tied for 17th at the NCC Championship with a 251 (87-86-78) ... Tied for 27th at the NCAA Division II North Region Championship (May 5-7) with a 247 (83-85-79) ... Won the Concordia Invite (Sep. 8-9) with a 160 (78-82) in just her third collegiate competition ... Best spring outing was a tie for 23rd at the NSIC Spring Championship (Apr. 12-13), where she shot a 169 (84-85) ... Earned first letter.

Before UND: A 2007 graduate of Elk River High School ... Named her team's most valuable player as a junior after placing fourth at the Minnesota State 2A Tournament ... Placed fifth at sectionals and third at the conference championship ... Led her team to the Minnesota State 2A championship as a sophomore ... Also guided Elk River to section and conference titles.

Personal: Majored in elementary education.