2 Meghan Bridges
2 Meghan Bridges
Height: 5-5
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Sandy Hook, Conn.
High School: Newtown
Position: A

 Collegiate Honors:  2012: America East Academic Honor Roll.  2011: America East Academic Honor Roll.

Career Highs: Two goals (twice – most recent at Fresno State 03/14/12); one assist (three times – most recent at Stanford 03/11/12); two points (four times– most recent at Fresno State 03/14/12).

2012 season | Statistics  
Played in 13 of 16 games with nine starts; recorded five goals and one assist for six points; scored a career-high two goals in the season opener against Dartmouth (02/25); the two points also marked a personal best; matched the two goals at Fresno State (03/14); one game earlier, tallied two points (1g, 1a) at Stanford (03/11); did not play the last three games of the season; played in four America East conference games with one start.

2011 season | Bridges 2011 Statistics 
Played in 16 of 17 games and was in the starting lineup three times; recorded four goals and two assists for six points; in six America East games, had two goals and an assist for three points; tallied a point in three of the last five regular-season games, including a goal in the regular-season finale at Binghamton (05/01); career-high two points (one goal, one assist) vs. Presbyterian College (03/18); recorded one ground ball, one draw control and one caused turnover vs. George Mason (03/14); recorded her first career point with a goal at Fairfield (03/12).

Personal: 2010 graduate of Newtown High School, where she lettered in lacrosse, soccer and basketball; was selected to the Academic All-America Team, All-State First Team, All-Southwest Conference Team, Connecticut Post All-Area Team and Danbury News Times All-Area Team as a senior in 2010, when she tallied 65 goals and 57 assists; also named to the All-Southwest Conference Team in 2009; led the Nighthawks to the Southwest Conference championship title all four years (2007-10); career statistics included 122 goals and 95 assists; also played for the Connecticut Lightning club team; an undeclared major in the Whittemore School of Business and Economics.


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