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Mavericks 2006 Girls Black Team
Soccer Playing History:
College and Post College
Megan walked on to the Cal Division 1 Varsity soccer team as a Defender, playing with Olympians Alex Morgan (USA) and Betsy Hassett (New Zealand), as well as many other US, Danish, and Icelandic national team players During her time at Cal, the team was consistently ranked in top 20 in the nation and made it to the NCAA Play-offs each year
- Megan was named in the 2010 Cal Invitational All-Tournament Team
Megan has also played Semi-professionally in the W-League for LA Premier FC and in the WPSL for the San Francisco Nighthawks.
High School Soccer
Megan played for Hart High School in Southern California and was elected the best midfielder in 2007, the best defender in 2008 and the most valuable player in 2010 on her prep squad. Megan was also named to the 2008, 2009, and 2010 All-Foothill League teams and was a four-year starter and two-time captain, taking the team to the CIF semifinals in 2008 and quarterfinals in 2009, and second round in 2010. Megan was namesd the 2009-10 CIF female student-athlete of the year
As a youth soccer player Megan played for Valley United Soccer Club, a Premier team in Coast Soccer League.The teams was a two-time national cup semifinalist, 2008 coast soccer league cup champions and 2007 Surf Cup semifinalists. During her time the team won over 25 other tournaments across the nation over the course of their 6 years together, becoming one of the most succesful teams in club history. The team was coach by Coached by Hugh Donald, previous UCLA Assistant Coach.
Soccer Coaching History:
Coached Cal Residential Soccer Camps during summer 2011.
Volunteer coached for ABSC in 2012
Has coached for Mavericks since 2015, assisting Robert Sackey with the Girls United 98 and Girls 02 Black team, and head coaching Girls 02 Blue, Girls 06 Blue, and Girls 06 Black teams.
Valedictorian of her graduating high school class with a 4.84 cumulative GPA.
Attended Cal as a Regents and Chancellor's scholar and graduated with a Bachelor's in Integrative Biology.
Studied Pierce's disease in grape crops as an undergraduate researcher
Studied lizard birth patterns and genetic mutations in Mexico as a post-graduate field and lab researcher.
Currently works for the California Environmental Protection Agency's Department of Toxic Substances Control as an Environmental Scientist and Project Manager.
Favorite Soccer Memory:
One of the best memories was the bond she formed with her club teammates - the same core group of 13 girls and coach played together for 6 years. All the traveling, winning (and losing), and goofing off were the best soccer experiences Megan had, and she hopes to create that same environment for all the players that come through the Mavericks soccer program.