Cameron Molinare '19 enters her first year as the department's graduate assistant for intramurals in 2019-20.
No stranger to Endicott athletics, Molinare starred on the field hockey team for four years helping the Gulls to a 57-28 overall record (.671), a 40-8 mark (.833) in Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) play, one CCC championship (2018) and a NCAA Tournament second round appearance in 2018 (best in program history). Molinare also served as a captain in 2018 which saw the Gulls tie the program record for wins at 18-5.
Molinare played in 63 career games for Endicott and compiled three goals and two assists for eight points. The four-year defender also registered 11 defensive saves, which ranks fifth all-time. Meanwhile, her seven defensive saves in 2017 ranks tied for third all-time in a single-season.
Outside of her athletic merits, Molinare was a member of the Education Club, Gull Revolution, Athlete Initiative, L.E.A.D., the SGA School of Education Senator, co-chair of the Student Life Committee/Parliamentarian, SAAC, Mortar Board, Kappa Delta Pi, and the Endicott Scholars Program. She also earned Dean's List honors every semester at Endicott, was named to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Scholar of Distinction list four times, and served as a tour guide for two years.
Molinare graduated from Endicott in 2019 with a Bachelor of Arts in liberal studies education along with a concentration in elementary education licensure.