St. John’s University head Coach Ian Stone Friday announced the addition of forward Molly Feighan to the team’s roster for the fall season.

The Pleasant Valley, N.Y. native has competed at the University of Oklahoma and Virginia Tech.

“We are excited to welcome Molly to our program,” Stone said in a statement. “She is an exciting attacking talent who has a great deal of high-level women’s soccer conference experience. Her maturity and personality should fit in well with our current team.”

Feighan spent the 2021 fall season as a senior with the Sooners, playing in all 20 matches making two starts. The forward scored her lone goal of the season in a 4-0 win over Lamar University.

She spent three seasons at Virginia Tech. During the 2020-21 season, she played in 16 games, made six starts and scored goals against William & Mary and Boston College.

In 2019, Feighan was one of five Hokies to start all 19 matches, playing 984 minutes. She tallied three goals and tied for the team-lead with four assists, including a three-match assist streak against Auburn University, University of Alabama and Yale University during non-conference play. Feighan also tied for second on the team in points with 10 and was second in shots (30) and shots on goal (13). As a freshman, Feighan appeared in 21 matches with three starts and totaled 696 minutes on the year.

Feighan lettered four years at Arlington High School playing for head coach Kieran McIlvenny, helping the team to four consecutive league titles. She holds the school’s career records for goals (86) and assists (50), leading Arlington to the 2016 New York Class AA state title.

She was named a two-time all-league, all-section, all-state first team selection, the Class AA Player of the year and the Poughkeepsie Journal’s offensive player of the year. The forward recieved All-America honors from United Soccer Coaches and was named the Gatorade New York girls soccer player of the year and the New York State co-player of the year. Feighan played in the All-American game in Orlando, Fla. and was named one to the Best XI for that contest.