|Previous College:||UMass '09|
Meg Reddy joined
the UNH women's lacrosse staff as an assistant coach in August
2010. Reddy, a native of Salem, N.H., earned a Bachelor of Arts
degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Massachusetts in
May 2009 and was a four-year letterwinner for the Minutewomen
She had a breakout senior season in which she recorded 33 goals and 11 assists for 44 points – as well as a school-record 77 draw controls – to garner All-Atlantic 10 Second Team and Atlantic 10 All-Tournament Team accolades. Reddy was selected to compete at the Under Armour North/South All-Star Game following the conclusion of that 2009 season. In addition to her single-season benchmark of 77 draw controls, she holds the UMass record for career draw controls (123). Reddy compiled 87 points (64 goals, 23 assists) in 70 career games.
Reddy was head coach of the Exeter
Area High School girls varsity lacrosse team in 2010 and also
served as head coach of soccer and basketball at Timberlane Middle
School. She has additional coaching experience at various camps,
including the Seacoast United Lacrosse Program (Hampton, N.H.) and
IAS Lacrosse Program (Greenfield, Mass.).
In her schoolgirl career at Salem High School, Reddy was a two-time All-State selection and the all-time leading point scorer (189 points: 125 goals, 64 assists) in lacrosse, and she also was named Gatorade NH Player of the Year in soccer. Reddy captained the Blue Devils’ lacrosse team as a junior and senior, and led the team in scoring both years.