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Megan Lewis
No. 29

Senior
Defense

5-7
Edgewater, Md.
(St. Mary's)

Scouting Lewis: Excellent one-on-one defender...Quick defensive checks...Stick skills necessary to play a major role in transition game.

2001: Played and started in 15 games…Picked up 36 ground balls…Led team with 37 caused turnovers…Named to Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches' Association's South Region All-America Second-Team…Picked up season high six ground backs against Ohio along with causing seven turnovers.

2000: Started in all 16 games at defense for Vanderbilt...Team's best defender...Caused 41 turnovers, the most on the team, and scooped 47 ground balls, the highest single season total in the program's history...Started season with five ground balls and four caused turnovers at Georgetown...Scooped seven ground balls against New Hampshire...Five ground balls and four caused turnovers against Virginia Tech...Tallied first assist of the season vs. Cornell...Caused five turnovers at Notre Dame...One assist against Davidson...Scored first career goal against Denver, where she also scooped five ground balls and caused four turnovers.

1999: Made her collegiate debut by scooping two ground balls and causing one turnover in overtime loss to Georgetown...Saw action in 12 games, earning nine starts...Tallied her first career assist in season finale at Virginia Tech...Earned her first career start against Penn State, causing three turnovers and tallying a ground ball...Created two turnovers in win over George Mason...Scooped four ground balls in loss to Duke...Controlled two draws and a ground ball before succumbing to injury in the first half against Delaware...Did not play against Virginia or Notre Dame due to injury...Controlled four draws and three ground balls and caused two turnovers to go with her assist in loss at Virginia Tech.

High School: Captained her team to the a league championship in 1997...USWLA All-American...Named first team all-county by the Annapolis Capitol in 1997 and 1998, first team all-county and all-Metro by the Baltimore Sun in 1998 as well...Was a three-year selection (1996-98) to the Chesapeake Schoolgirls team for the USWLA national tournament, which won championships in 1997 and 1998...As a junior, was a second team all-Metro pick by The Washington Post and second team all-county by the Baltimore Sun...Also lettered in soccer and volleyball.

More on Lewis: Megan Caroline Lewis...Born 5/6/80...Daughter of Bob & B.J. Lewis...Her father played basketball at North Carolina (1963-67), went to the Final Four in 1967, and played in the NBA with the San Francisco Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers...Majoring in Special Education and Child Development...Favorite TV show is Dawson¹s Creek and favorite movie is Good Will Hunting.


Lewis' Career Statistics


Year GP/S Shs. Gls. Assts. Pts.
2001 15/15 1 0 0 0
2000 16/16 2 1 2 3
1999 12/9 0 0 1

1

Career 43/40 3 1 3 4

Lewis' Career Highlights


First Goal
: vs. Denver, 4/16/00.
Goals: 1 vs. Denver, 4/16/00.
Assists: 1 vs. Cornell, 3/31/00.
Points: 1 vs. Davidson, 4/14/00.

 








 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
                   
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