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Molly Schaus

Natick, Mass.




Previous Team:
Deerfield Academy


Eight Eagles to Skate at U.S. National Winter Training Camp

Seven current players, one alum will attend the camp from Dec. 27-31 in Blaine, Minn.


Five Eagles Named to USWNT Four Nations Roster

Five current BC players will represent the US Nov. 4-8 in Kamloops, B.C.


National Team Evaluation Camp Roster Features 11 Eagles

Boston College heavily represented in National Evaluation Camp


Eagles to Represent Boston College in Sochi

Kelli Stack, Molly Schaus & Alex Carpenter will don the Red, White and Blue in February


Three Eagles Named to the U.S. Women's National Team

Carpenter is one of 10 on the roster to have played NCAA Division I in 2012-13

First-team All-American (2010-11)...Two-Time Patty Kazmaier Top 10 Finalist...Second Team All-American (2008-09)...Four-time Hockey East All-Academic Team...Two-time BC Scholar Athlete...Two-time New England All-Star...Two-time Hockey East All-Star...Four-time Hockey East Goaltender of the Month...Sixteen-time Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week...Three-time Hockey East Player of the Week...All-USCHO Rookie Team (2006-07)...Hockey Yeast Rookie of the Year (2006-07)...Won silver medal with Team USA in XXI Vancouver Winter Olympics...Won third straight gold with US National Team at the IIHF Women's World Championship...Four-time Hockey East All-Academic Team...Four-time ACC Academic Honor Roll.

SENIOR YEAR (2010-11)
Named as one of the 2010-11 Captains...started and played in 33 games...tallied a BC single season leading 1.45 goals against average with a .942 saves percentage....recorded 781 saves, good enough for fourth place among single season leaders and allowed 48 goals...compiled a 24-5-4 record, placing her first in single season wins...had an assist against Northeastern (1/30)...ranks first in several categories of the BC career record book; she is first in career goals against average (1.82), career wins (80) and career saves (3828)...Named a New England DI All-Star...earned Hockey East All-American honors...named Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week twice, (11/22, 3/14)... named Hockey East Goalie of the Month in February...earned the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.

JUNIOR YEAR (2008-09)
Started and played in 35 games...compiled a 1.69 goals-against average and a .938 saves percentage...recorded 861 saves and allowed only 57 goals...22-8-5 record...had an assist on a power-play...led U-22 squad at the USA National Festival in Lake Placid with a .935 save percentage... member of gold medal U.S. Women's Select Team at 2008 Four Nations Cup... earned Hockey East Pure Hockey Defensive Player of the Week on November 24, December 1, December 15, January 5, January 26, February 16, February 23, and March 9... invited to USA Hockey Women's Holiday Camp...Hockey East Goaltender of the Month for December and February...finalist for Patty Kazmaier Award... named to U.S. National Team... New England Division I All-Star... RBK/AHCA Second Team All-America honors...won gold with U.S. National Team at the 2009 IIHF Women's World Championship in Finland...Hockey East All-Academic Team honors...selected to U.S. National Team to compete in 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.

Started and played in all 34 games...set a new BC single-season saves record with 920...compiled a 2.19 goals-against average and a .925 save percentage, which tied for fifth-best in the nation...recorded a season-high 53 saves in the win over St. Lawrence on Jan. 4...recorded 10 games of 30 or more saves, including a string of four in a row...did not allow a shorthanded goal...held the team's 14-13-7 record...registered two shutouts...named TPS Hockey East Player of the Week on Jan. 7 for her 89-save performance in two games against St. Lawrence...earned Pure Hockey Defensive Player of the Week on March 3 for a 74-save performance, a 1.92 GAA and a .949 save percentage in two games against Providence...invited to USA Hockey's Holiday Camp...earned Hockey East All-Star honorable mention...played on the U.S. National team that won the gold medal at the 2008 IIHF World Women's Championship in Harbin, China, in April...named a BC Scholar-Athlete for the second time...earned the Athletics Director's Award for Academic Achievement...named to Hockey East All-Academic Team.

Played in 32 games...finished the season with a league-high .931 save percentage and a school-record 1.90 GAA...made 25 or more saves 16 times and 30 or more saves nine times...stopped 73 shots on Feb. 6 in the Beanpot semifinal against Harvard to break the previous NCAA record of 70 single-game saves and earn the Beanpot's Bertagna Award...made 45 and 47 saves against Dartmouth and Minnesota-Duluth in back-to-back double overtime NCAA Tournament games...recorded five shutouts on the season...appeared in Sports Illustrated's "Faces in the Crowd" on March 5...earned the Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week four times, the Player of the Week twice, and the Rookie of the Week once on Oct. 8...received Hockey East Rookie of the Month in October and February and the Goalie of the Month for November...selected to the Hockey East All-Star Second Team...unanimous selection to the Hockey East All-Rookie team...named to the All-USCHO Rookie Team... earned the Athletics Director's Award for Academic Achievement...BC's Scholar-Athlete Award recipient....named to Hockey East's All-Academic team...recorded 37 saves, a .949 save percentage and a 1.20 GAA in 100 minutes at the 2007 Women's National Festival in Lake Placid, of 22 players named to the 2007 U.S. Women's Under-22 Select Team.

Played in goal for Deerfield Academy....named captain in 2003-04, recorded a .930 save percentage, 1.50 GAA and seven shutouts...finished 2004-05 with a .950 save percentage, 1.27 GAA and eight shutouts...also played on the 2005-06 Assabet Valley U-19 club team...won five state championships, two third place national finishes and a second place national finish...received two MVP awards at Deerfield, one shared with Eagle Stephanie Olchowski...awarded William Jaffe Cup for sportsmanship and leadership at Deerfield...participated in the USA Hockey Girls' 15/16 National Festival and Girls' 17/18 National Festival from 2002 to 2006...varsity letterwinner in softball (captain), soccer (all-league selection) and cross-country.

Born on July 29, 1988...daughter of David and Cathy Schaus...has two brothers, Steven and Michael...enrolled in the Lynch School of Education as a human development major with a biology minor.

2006-07 20-10-2 32/2016:13 64/1.90 866/.931 5
2007-08 14-13-7 34/2052:48 75/2.19 920/.925 2
2008-09 22-8-5 35/2027:48 57/1.69 861/.938 10
2010-11 24-5-4 33/1989:32 48/1.45 781/.942 4
Totals 80-36-18 134/8086:35 244/1.82 3428/.934 21
SAVES 73 (2/6/07)
MINUTES 114:13 (2/6/07)
ASSISTS 1 (vs. Northeastern 1/30/11)
FEWEST GOALS 0 (x17, last vs. New Hampshire 2/19/11)

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