Coach Molly Goodwin played middle linebacker for the Massachusetts Mutiny (2006-2007), the Boston Militia (2008-2013), and the first U.S. Women’s National Football Team (2010).

She attended the University of California at Berkeley, where she played on the women’s soccer and ultimate teams. After college, Goodwin continued playing ultimate for eleven years, going on to win a total of 11 Ultimate Frisbee National and three World Championships. She is a member of the USA Ultimate Hall of Fame.

Goodwin grew up in Denver, Colorado, as an avid football fan with a particular fondness for middle linebacker Tom Jackson and the Denver Broncos. She is a cofounder and the Chief Financial Officer for the Boston Women’s Football organization. She is the proud aunt to 6 nieces and 3 nephews.


Boston Renegades CEO and Assistant Coach (2015– )
Women’s Football Alliance Board of Representatives (2015– )
USA Football Board of Directors (2015–2017)
U.S. Women’s National Football Team, player (2010)
Boston Militia, player and IWFL Delegate (2008–2013)
Massachusetts Mutiny, player (2006–2007)