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Megan Hogan Named Women's Cross Country Team MVP for 2009-10

Megan Hogan was named the women's cross country team's Most Valuable Player at George Washington University's annual Senior Honors Luncheon on the GW campus Thursday.
 
Megan Hogan was named the women's cross country team's Most Valuable Player at George Washington University's annual Senior Honors Luncheon on the GW campus Thursday.
 

April 30, 2010

WASHINGTON, DC - Megan Hogan was named the women's cross country team's Most Valuable Player at George Washington University's annual Senior Honors Luncheon on the GW campus Thursday.

Megan became the first GW runner to win the Atlantic 10 Championship this fall, besting her closest competitor by nearly a minute. She went on to post a program-best 11th place finish at NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regionals to qualify for the NCAA Championships in Terre Haute, IN, for the second straight season. At the NCAA meet in November, Megan (Meg-an) slipped to 60th place after a fall at 800 meters, but battled all the way back to 22nd place before finishing 27th overall to become the first GW runner to be named NCAA All-American.

 

 

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