Women's water polo defeats Stanford to win UCLA's 100th NCAA title. (Photos by Don Liebig, UCLA Photography)
Played in all 30 games...scored 26 goals on 52 attempts, scoring at a 50 percent clip...collected 16 earned exclusions, 12 steals, 11 assists and seven blocks...scored in nine consecutive matches from March 1-31...posted two four-goal efforts, against UC Santa Barbara (March 13) and Cal State Bakersfield (March 24)...registered two or more goals in six matches...gained MPSF All-Academic Team accolades.
Played in all 33 matches...earned MPSF All-Academic Scholar-Athlete accolades for the second consecutive season...registered 14 goals and 15 assists...scored once in the NCAA Championship contest and tallied two goals against top-ranked USC in the MPSF Tournament...also totaled 19 steals.
Played in all 33 matches...earned AWCPA All-Academic Team honors as an "outstanding" selection...also garnered MPSF All-Academic Scholar-Athlete accolades...finished the season with 17 goals, 15 assists and 29 steals (fourth-highest total)...led the Bruins with three goals against Stanford in an MPSF Tournament semifinal contest.
Scored 38 goals on 135 attempts...led the team in goals scored (38), attempts (135) and steals (46)...also chipped in with 15 assists...earned MPSF All-Freshman Team honors...scored a season-high four goals against San Jose State (April 17).
Four year water polo letterwinner at Santa Barbara High School under head coach Mark Walsh...also was a four year swimming letterwinner...earned 2002 and 2003 Chanel League MVP honors in water polo...was a 2001 and 2002 All-CIF Division IV first-team selection...captured 2003 Santa Barbara Athletic Round Table Athlete of the Year honors...was a 2003 first-team All-America water polo selection...finished high school as the Santa Barbara High career leader in assists; led Santa Barbara High to the CIF Championship in 2000, 2002 and 2002...named the co-MVP at the Junior Olympics in 2003...earned first-team All-America honors at the 2003 Junior Nationals.
Full name: Molly Burke Cahill...born April 21, 1985 in Denver, Colo...daughter of Charles and Karen Cahill...has one youngster sister, Kate...history major.