Meghan, a sophomore from Barneveld, N.Y., set personal bests on floor exercise and all-around as part of three first-place finishes that propelled the UNH gymnastics team to a 195.900-191.175 victory against Yale University on Jan. 18.
In addition to floor (9.925) and all-around (39.325), she tied atop the balance beam leaderboard with a mark of 9.850. Meghan also tied for second on vault at 9.850.
In the 2015 season opener at 16th-ranked Penn State (with Rutgers and Cornell), Meghan tied for second on vault (9.800) and placed third on balance bream (9.775) to lead the Wildcats to a second-place finish.
As a freshman last year, Meghan placed third in the all-around at the EAGL conference championship meet; she also tied for fourth place in both the beam and floor exercise. Meghan was the top all-around performer in four meets – vs. Maryland, at Yale, vs. Centenary and Brown and at George Washington with Maryland.
Meghan’s top scores in 2014 were 9.850 in vault, 9.825 in uneven bars, 9.850 in beam, 9.800 on floor and 39.250 in all-around.