Molly Wilkie enters her ninth season at the helm of women's soccer after taking over as head coach at the University of Maine at Farmington in 2008.
Wilkie also coached the UMF women's lacrosse program through the 2015 season and qualified for the North Atlatnic Conference postseason seven times.
Having played a role in the winning tradition of UMF women's soccer as a student-athlete, Wilkie has returned to sideline to guide the growth of that legacy as the program's head coach. She was named the North Atlantic Conference Women's Soccer Coach of the Year in 2010, after leading the Beavers to a 6-1-0 conference record. Under her tutelage, UMF women's soccer athletes have captured 19 All-NAC awards, and junior Kayla Tuttle was named an NSCAA All-New England Region selection. The 2012 squad posted a double-digit win total for the first time since 2007, and advanced to the NAC Tournament semifinals for the fourth time in the last five seasons.
Wilkie is a former women's soccer player at Farmington and a 2006 graduate. She spent two seasons as an assistant coach for the Beavers in women's soccer before becoming head coach.
Formerly Molly Hagstrom, Wilkie played for the Beavers in 2004 and 2005. A starter in the backfield, Wilkie appeared in 40 games over two seasons with three goals and three assists. A leader on and off the field, Wilkie was captain of the 2005 team and named to the All-North Atlantic Conference Second and the NAC All-Tournament Team.
Wilkie transferred from the University of Southern Maine where she was an All-Little East Conference First Team and All-New England First Team choice in 2000 and All-LEC Second Team in 2001.
A native of Yarmouth, Wilkie resides in Farmington with her husband, Andrew, and son, River, and daughter Perri.