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Lions' women's soccer team expected to add another player for fall

Thursday, March 27, 2014
by Dane Neumeister

The College of Mount St. Joseph officially announces that Molly Myers, a 5-foot-6, Central Defender from Lakota East High School will attend the College and play soccer next fall. She played high school soccer for Head Coach Amy Kreider.

“Molly is a Central Defender who we are excited about,’’ Mount Head Coach Josh Hess said. “She is strong in the air and tough at the back. Molly will help improve our team at the back. She has played for a very high level club and high school team so I expect her to make an impact right away for our soccer program. Molly’s joining the MSJ women’s soccer family is a huge addition and shows the continued growth in talent within the program.

Molly will be a terrific teammate and she will come in hungry to play and to push the upperclassmen already in the program. She will fit in really well on the field and off! She can play multiple positions and will do whatever is asked to help the team win."

Myers is the daughter of JoAnne and Bill Myers. She intends to pursue Pediatric Nursing while at the Mount.

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