Molly Casperson
Molly Casperson
Year: Senior
Hometown: Neenah, Wis.
High School: Neenah

* Four-time All-Horizon League player
* 2007 Horizon League Newcomer of the Year 
* 65-53 career singles record; 70-41 career doubles record 

2009-10 - Senior Season: Second team All-Horizon League selection, becoming an all-league player for the fourth straight season...named league player of the week after going 2-0 in both singles and doubles (Feb. 16)...finished 12-14 at singles play, including a 4-4 mark at No. 4 singles and 4-7 at No. 3 singles...went 5-2 in singles play against Horizon League opponents...played No. 1 with Becky Jenkins, finishing the season 17-9 and 6-1 in league play.

2008-09 - Junior Season: Named second team All-Horizon League...compiled a 15-14 overall singles record, highlighted by a 10-4 mark at No. 3 singles...went 7-1 in singles action against Horizon League foes, all in the third singles spot...finished 15-11 in doubles play, competing with teammate Becky Jenkins...went 5-3 in Horizon League doubles matches. 

2007-08 - Sophomore Season: Earned first team All-Horizon League honors for the second-straight year...two-time league player of the week (April 1 and April 8)...was the team's No. 1 singles player for most of the season...tied for the team lead with 19 wins (19-12)...posted a 13-9 mark in dual meets, including a 12-6 record at No. 1...finished the conference slate at 7-1...won 12 of her final 16 singles bouts...went 19-8 in doubles competition, including an 18-8 mark while playing with Becky Jenkins...was a perfect 8-0 in Horizon League play when teamed with Jenkins...played mostly at No. 2 doubles, finishing with a 12-4 record...tallied wins in 14 of her final 16 doubles matches.

2006-07 - Freshman Season: Named the Horizon League's Newcomer of the Year and to the All-League first team...played almost entirely at the No. 1 singles position, going 15-9 in dual meets...posted a 19-13 overall singles mark...went 3-2 in tournament play in the fall...posted a 19-13 record in doubles play...boasted a 15-6 mark at No. 2 playing with Becky Jenkins.