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|ECAC Team||Princeton Tigers|
|Pro Career||1987 – 1991|
Mollie Marcoux was a member of the Princeton Tigers women's ice hockey program.
In 1987, Mollie Marcoux joined the Princeton Tigers. As a freshman, she set a Tigers record (since broken) for most points in one season with 61. She also set a record for most goals in one season with 32, and she would break it two years later. On December 6, 1989, she tied Laura Halldorson's record for most points in a game with nine. She accumulated five goals and four assists vs. Bowdoin. That season, her 35 goals would be a Tigers record that still stands. In her four years with the Tigers, Marcoux would gain eight letters in athletics (in hockey and soccer) and four All-Ivy selections in hockey. Marcoux was team captain during the 1990-91 season. Her 216 points (120 goals, 96 assists) rank second in Tigers history only to Katherine Issel. Her 120 career goals are second all-time to Kelly O'Dell.
Awards and honorsEdit
- 1988, 1989, 1991: Elizabeth English Award (Awarded annually to the member of the women’s ice hockey team voted by her teammates to be the most valuable player)
- 1988: Ivy League Rookie of the Year Award
- 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991: First Team All-Ivy
- 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991: All-ECAC
- 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991: Princeton Letterwinner in Ice Hockey
- Named to ECAC Team of the Decade in 1990
After graduating in 1991 Marcoux went to work at the Lawrenceville School (a private school in nearby Lawrenceville, N.J.), where she served as assistant athletic director and coached soccer and hockey.  In 1995, she accepted a marketing position for the newly-opened Chelsea Piers complex in Manhattan.
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