2004 Team Captain
2004: Suffered a season-ending ACL injury at Minnesota (9/24)... Had 10 or more kills in seven matches... Set a school record with a .929 (13K-0E-14TA) attack percentage against St. John's (9/4)... Had 11 kills to go along with five blocks against Florida A&M (9/4)... Had double-digit kills totals in three State matches in 2004... Posted 13 kills on .346 hitting against Arkansas (9/10)... Career best game in a five-game match at Wichita State (9/10), where she had 18 kills on .359 hitting and posted a career-best six digs to go along with four blocks and two assists... Celebrated her 22nd birthday with a team-best 16 kills against Notre Dame (9/17)... Had 11 kills at South Carolina, as well as six digs and three service aces... Injured in the first game of the Big Ten season at Minnesota (9/24).
2003: Hit .302 on the season (281K-94E-620TA)... Double-digit kills figures in 16 of the 27 matches in which she played... Season-best two block solos came at Michigan (11/5), and she went on to tie that number at Ohio State (11/14), Penn State (11/15) and against Dayton (12/5)... Played in 10 matches before sitting out four with injury. She returned to hit .339 with 59 kills (2.95 per game) in the following six matches... Recorded a career-high 15 kills against Santa Clara (9/20), which she matched against Dayton in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (12/5)... Hit .333 or better in 11 of the 27 matches in which she played... Recorded a career-best nine blocks at Penn State (11/15)... Pounded 13 kills for a .476 attack percentage at Indiana (10/11)... Served up four service aces in match against North Carolina (9/6)... Recorded five digs four times... Had 10 or more kills in a five-match span running from Sept. 14-Oct. 11... An Academic All-Big Ten selection.
2002: A part of regular rotation in the last 16 matches, playing in 21 matches on the year ... career-high three block solos and tied career-high with nine blocks at Notre Dame in second round of the NCAA Tournament ... hit for a career-high .750 (9 K, 0 E, 12 TA) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against George Mason ... career-high 13 kills plus eight blocks vs. Illinois (10/26) ... also had nine total blocks (one solo, eight assists) with seven kills at Northwestern (10/19) ... 11 kills and hit .562 vs. Oakland (8/31) ... 10 kills at Wisconsin (10/18) ... 10 kills and hit .476 vs. Purdue (10/25) ... 10 kills and five blocks vs. Penn State (11/1) ... 11 kills vs. Iowa (11/15) ... 12 kills and six blocks vs. Northwestern (11/29) ... an Academic All-Big Ten honoree.
2001: Redshirted ... named to Dean's List.
High School: Four-time volleyball MVP ... led Cardinal-Mooney, under the direction of coach Sean Ford, to state runner-up finish as a senior, and third-place as a junior ... 1999 and 2000 Florida All-State first team selection ... 2001 Sarasota Herald-Tribune's Player of the Year ... team's four-year record was impressive 112-18 ... named school's most athletic female all four years ... four-year letterwinner and captain of basketball and track squads ... state high jump champion as a senior, and placed sixth in 800-meters junior year ... class president all four years.
Club Ball: Played for the White Sands Volleyball Club elite team and coach Justin Inghram ... named to all-tournament teams at the Berkley Prep Premier Tournament and Tampa Prep Tournament ... qualified for nationals in Louisville, Ky., junior year and led team to 11th-place national finish.
Personal: Born Megan Lindsey Wallin on Sept. 17, 1982, in Sarasota, Fla... Daughter of Tom and Linda Wallin... Brother, Tom Jr., played football at U.S. Coast Guard Academy... Majoring in merchandising management.
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