Field Hockey Adds Carolyn Malloy to Staff
June 19, 2013
Chestnut Hill, Mass. - Boston College field hockey head coach Ainslee Lamb added Carolyn Malloy to the coaching staff as an assistant coach on Wednesday afternoon. The recent Northeastern University graduate with join associate head coach Kelly Doton and goalkeeper coach Carolyn Cahill for the 2013 season.
"We are thrilled to Carolyn join the BC field hockey staff," Lamb said. "It's great to have a player join us who was a part of Northeastern's program, which is a nationally-ranked and well-respected program in the region. She will immediately impact the staff with her perspective and promote the growth and development of the players here at BC. Carolyn has a passion and desire to coach at this level and she is motivated to help in any way she can to make us all better."
The Windham, N.H., native was named to the All-Colonial Athletic Association Championship Tournament twice, as a senior and junior. She also earned National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) All-Northeast Region second-team honors her senior year after finishing 13th in the nation with 0.77 assists per game (17 total). She earned the honor as a sophomore as well, racking up the second-most points on the Huskies with 10 goals and six assists for 26 points. As a freshman, she led all NU rookies with 13 points on five goals and three assists.
"I am very proud of what Carolyn accomplished as a student-athlete at Northeastern and excited for her as she joins the Boston College staff," NU field hockey coach Cheryl Murtagh said. "Ainslee and I both know the value of having a staff that understand what it takes to be a Division I athlete and have had success at this level. Carolyn fits that mold and I wish her the best of luck."
Malloy is a graduate of Salem (N.H.) High School, where she helped lead her team to the New Hampshire state championship title three straight years and broke the school record for single-season goals with 30. In May 2013, she graduated from Northeastern with a bachelor's degree in communication studies with a concentration on public advocacy and rhetoric.