RUTHERFORD, NJ - Spotswood High School senior Dylan Molloy will be continuing his golf career at Felician University. Molloy signed a National Letter of Intent to play for the Golden Falcons this week. The announcement was made via a press release from the NCAA Division II program on Monday by Felician head men's golf coach Joe Ambrose. Ambrose is a first year coach for the university.
Molloy is a four-year starter for the Chargers' golf program and helped Spotswood to win the 2018 NJSIAA Central Jersey Group One sectional championship as a sophomore. He also qualified as an individual golfer for the NJSIAA Tournament of Champions as a sophomore. Molloy is a member of the Spotswood High School track and field program as well. Outside the Chargers' golf program, Molloy competes on the New Jersey PGA Junior Tour. This summer, he posted back-to-back second place finishes.
Molloy is the first player to commit under Ambrose. He plans to major in criminal justice when he enters Felician University this fall.
"Dylan has a good swing and an excellent work ethic," Ambrose said. "He will be a great addition to our team, and we look forward to him helping our program."
Felician competes in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference. Last season the team finished sixth in the CACC championship tournament. The team opens their spring season on April 4 in Philadelphia where the Golden Falcons will play in a tri-match hosted by Thomas Jefferson University.
Molloy will play his final season for the Chargers this spring. Practices typically begin in March, weather permitting. Meets begin early in April.