Women's Water Polo Hosts Home Finale; Lacrosse, Sailing, Men's and Women's Rowing Look to Extend Seasons
Enters the season ranked fifth all-time at GW in swim-offs won (34).
Ranked second on the team with 39 assists - equaling the third-highest single-season total in program history - and tied for third on the squad with a career-high 67 points ... Also scored 28 goals on the year and was tied for third with 30 steals ... Led the Colonials with 18 swim-offs won ... Scored 13 ejection goals, tied for the ninth-most ever in a season ... Recorded six steals against Villanova, matching the fifth-highest single-game total ever by a Colonial ... Tallied multiple points in 18 of 33 games, including nine contests with four or more ... Scored a career-high six points (4g, 2a) at Villanova in the CWPA/MAAC Crossover (Feb. 23) ... Also tallied six points on a goal and a career-high five assists against Bucknell (March 3) ... Scored a season-high four goals twice, at Villanova (Feb. 23) and against VMI (April 6).
Led the team with 16 swim-offs won and ranked fifth on the team with 11 ejection goals ... Recorded 41 points on 22 goals and 19 assists and added 18 steals and two blocks in 27 games played in her inaugural season ... Posted seven multi-point efforts, including four multi-goal games... Named Southern Division Rookie of the Week on Feb. 14 for tallying seven points and five steals in her first three collegiate contests ... Tallied a season-high three assists and five points in GW's first-ever win against Brown (2/11) ... Scored a season-high five goals and matched her season best with five points against Siena (2/25).
Meagan was named La Jolla High's Attacker of the Year in leading the Vikings to their first-ever CIF Final appearance in 2011. She also helped La Jolla to CIF semifinal appearances in 2009 and 2010 and was a three-time San Diego Union Tribune All-Academic Team selection in 2008, 2010 and 2011.
Meagan Marie Moreland was born July 2, 1993, in San Diego, Calif., and is the daughter of Stephen and Margo Moreland. She has one younger sister, Heidi, and intends to major in business at GW.