Molly Lambert is in her sixth season as assistant coach in 2011. Working with the midfield and defense, Lambert has helped establish a defensive mentality as Stony Brook has consistenly been one of the nation's leaders in ground balls per game, ranking third in 2008. In 2007, she helped goalie Jen Sandtorv to a .515 save percentage good for 10th in the country.
Prior to Stony Brook, Lambert spent time playing lacrosse in South Australia and coached girls ages 14-17.
She also spent each summer during her collegiate career working as an instructor at the All-American Lacrosse Camps.
A defensive standout at the University of Maryland, Lambert was a three-year starter, playing in each game in 2003 and 2004. Lambert won an NCAA Championship in 2001 as a teammate of current Stony Brook head coach Allison Comito. She also played alongside former Seawolf Kaitlin Leggio's sister, Kristie. In her four years, Lambert scored 12 goals and had six assists, spending time at attack and midfield and was team captain in 2004. Lambert graduated from Maryland in 2004 with a degree in family studies.