|Title:||Assistant Women's Ice Hockey Coach|
|Alma Mater:||Boston College, 2011|
Molly Schaus enters her fourth season behind the UMass Boston women's ice hockey bench as the team's goalie coach.
One of the most decorated players to ever play for the Eagles of Boston College Schaus is a two-time member of the United States Women's Ice Hockey team. At the Sochi Olympics in 2014, Schaus helped to lead USA back to the gold medal game, where they fell to longtime rival Canada in overtime. In 2008-2009, Schaus led team U.S.A. to a gold medal. She has also been a member of the U.S. Women's Select Team that competed in the 2008 Four Nation's Cup, two-time member of the U.S. Women's Under-22 Select Team that competed in the U-22 series with Canada, a three-time member of the USA Hockey Women's National Festival (2007-09), and a five-time USA Hockey Player Development Camp attendee (2002-06).
While at Boston College, Schaus played all four-seasons for the Eagles and was named team captain in her senior year (2010-11). Appeared in a total of 134 games and saw over 8,086 minutes of action. During that time, Schaus posted a career record of 80-36-18, and totaled 3,428 saves, while only surrendering 134 goals during her four seasons. All-time Schaus holds multiple records at BC including career goals against average (1.93), saves in a single season (920, 07-08), and single season goals against average (1.69, 08-09).
Named a Hockey East All-Conference and All-Academic selection every year she attended Boston College, Schaus was also featured in the Sports Illustrated "Face in the Crowd" as a freshman.
Following her graduation from BC, Schaus enrolled in the Lynch School of Education as a human development major with a biology minor.