Molly Potter is about to complete her final semester of her career at ASU. Here's a few questions about her time so far at ASU and her future plans.
Molly is from Woodbury, Minnesota and will graduate in May with a Bachelor's in Mechanical Systems Engineering with a concentration in Business.
What is your plan after graduation?
M: My plan after graduation is to hopefully complete my internship and move into a full time position at Intel as a technician and then as an engineer.
What is your favorite thing about playing hockey at ASU?
M: My favorite thing about playing hockey for ASU is the idea that we are making an impact on the hockey community here in Arizona. The team is an inspiration for young hockey players who have grown up in the desert where hockey isn't a big sport so I think as a collegiate women's team we have the opportunity to be role models not only in AZ but across the desert.
What is your favorite hockey memory from ASU?
M: My favorite hockey memory from ASU is our first ever win. The feeling was unmatched.
What legacy do you hope to leave behind for ASU Women's Hockey?
M: The legacy I hope to leave behind is the grit and hard work put into this program. It's easy to look at a team and only see their record, how many games they've won, how many goals scored, etc. We won two season games our first year. To us, that was huge. That year I personally worked harder, sweat more, and failed more than I ever had before to get two wins. I wouldn't have had it any other way. The record shows we only won two games but that's the year I'd like people to remember me for.
Any advice for younger players or players looking to play at ASU?
M: For younger players looking to play at ASU I'd say go to prospect camps! That’s where it all started for me and that’s where I got to see what kind of team ASU was. I loved the energy and the people right away and knew I had to be a part of the program.