She is in her second cycle with the U-20s after also representing the USA at the 2010 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Germany … A member of the team that won the 2012 CONCACAF Under-20 Women’s Championship and earned a berth to the 2012 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Japan … Played in four games at qualifying and totaled 345 minutes … Had one assist in the tournament … Has 19 career U-20 caps heading into the Women’s World Cup … Made a late run to make the 2010 U.S. U-20 Women’s World Cup Team and ended up playing well in her two appearances during the tournament against Switzerland and Nigeria … Played for the U.S. U-18s in 2009 and 2010 … Played for the U.S. U-17s in 2007 … Played for the U.S. U-15s in 2006 … Invited to attend the Under-14 I.D. Camp in 2006 but couldn’t attend due to injury… Also played with the U.S. Under-14 National Team at the Nike Friendlies in 2005.
Full name is Mollie Elizabeth Pathman … Nickname is Molls … Chosen to be on the ACC All-Academic Team in 2010 and 2011 … Received the Elite 89 Award in 2011 for the highest GPA at the NCAA College Cup … Maintained a 3.97 GPA in the high school … Has been on the dean’s list every semester in college … She was the 2009 NSCAA Scholar Athlete of the Year … In high school, she volunteered as a youth soccer coach, and as a tutor for Spanish-speaking children in the local school district … Graduated cum laude in high school … In college, she has volunteered with the John Avery Boys’ and Girls Club and tutored at a local middle school … She also served as a year-long teaching assistant in Durham Academy's demanding Peer Educator Program … Was a mentor to freshman athletes through the First Year Action Leader Program … Served as class treasurer for four years ... Father Donald is a doctor at UNC … Mother Beth does Medical research at Duke … Brother Josh recently graduate from Wake Forest and is applying to med school … Favorite food is pasta … Loves the movie Bridesmaids … Enjoys ice cream and watching Grey’s Anatomy, House, and The Office.
Helped lead Duke to the 2011 ACC title and a berth in the NCAA Championship Game … Named to the All-NCAA Tournament Team … A two-time All-ACC Second Team selection … Has started 45 out of 47 career games at Duke and has scored 14 goals with 16 assists … Tied for fifth on Duke’s all-time charts with five multi-goal performances … As a sophomore in 2011, she played in 26 games and made 25 starts while playing 1,689 minutes ... Named to the NCAA College Cup's All-Tournament Team ... Earned All-ACC Second Team honors for the second straight year ... Had four two-goal matches … Ranked third on the team with 23 points from six goals and an ACC-leading 11 assists ... Scored two goals in a 4-1 win over seventh-ranked Wake Forest in the NCAA College Cup semifinals... Three of her six goals on the season were game-winning goals …As a freshman in 2010 she was a Soccer America First-Team Freshman All-America ... Named to the All-ACC Second Team and the All-ACC Freshman Team ... Played in 21 games with 20 starts and scored eight goals with five assists over 1,566 minutes ... As a senior at Durham Academy, she led the Cavaliers (12-4-1) to the North Carolina Independent Schools Class 3A state quarterfinals, scoring 29 goals and 10 assists … A two-time Gatorade North Carolina Girls Soccer Player of the Year, she was the 2010 Gatorade Girls’ National High School Player of the Year … A four-time NSCAA All-American and a 2009 NSCAA High School All-American, she concluded her prep career 130 goals and 65 assists, both school records … The all-time leading scorer in Durham Academy history ... A four-time NSCAA All-American … Earned All-State four straight years ... All-Conference selection for five straight years (she played varsity as an 8th grader) ... Helped lead her Durham Academy to the state finals as a sophomore and to the state semifinals as a freshman and junior ... Named Conference Player of the Year as a junior and senior ... Voted team MVP three times... Club: Played for Triangle FC since U-10s … Also played on an older boys team when she was eight … Won the U-17 North Carolina state title in 2009, and made it to the semifinals of the South Regionals … Super 20 National Champions in 2009, 2010 … The 2009 Super 20 MVP.