6 - Molly Jarrett
Molly Jarrett
Height: 5-7
Year: So.
Hometown: Northport, N.Y.
High School: Northport
Position: IF

As a Freshman: Saw time in 21 games for the Bobcats at the plate and appeared in three games (one start) from the mound in 2013…Hit .158 (6-for-38) with a .283 on-base percentage to go along three runs, one double, one home run, three RBI and three walks…Pitched to a 10.50 ERA in 5.1 innings, allowing eight runs on six hits with one strikeout…Became the first Quinnipiac player in the Div. I era to tally a home run with her first career on Mar. 9 against St. Joseph’s…Jarrett went deep for a two-run homer in the fifth inning to make a little history for the Bobcats…Tallied her lone double on the season on Mar. 12 against Maine…Finished 1-for-3 against UT-Chattanooga with one walk on Mar. 13…Went 1-for-3 against Radford on Mar. 15…Singled on Mar. 27 against UCONN and walked three times, tied for the most of any Bobcat in a game all season, on Mar. 29 against Monmouth…Singled and scored a run against Stony Brook on Apr. 4…Drove in an RBI on Apr. 7 with a sacrifice fly against Mount St. Mary’s…Scored a run against Robert Morris on May 4…Drew a walk against St. Francis (Pa.) on May 5.

Before Quinnipiac: Jarrett joins the Bobcat’s pitching core after finishing up her high school career at Northport High School in N.Y…During the 2011 season, Jarrett pitched 117 innings and struck out 154 batters…She also tallied 16 runs, 24 hits and nine RBI as a junior…She received Most Valuable Player honors and was also named All-League, All-Division, and All-County at Northport…One of her most impressive performances at Northport came on May 10, 2012 when she tossed her first career perfect game…Perfection came against Central Islip as Jarrett threw seven innings unscathed with 17 strikeouts in a 10-0 win for Northport…It was the first no-hitter for the senior pitcher at the time who was in her fifth year on the varsity squad…The 17 strikeouts were also just two shy of her career high as the Northport, N.Y. native comes to Quinnipiac with a strong pitching pedigree…She’s also a member of several honor societies and has been a NYS Scholar Athlete for five years running.