10 - Meghan Wright
Meghan Wright
Height: 5-8
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Devon, Pa.
High School: Conestoga
Position: D
Major: Aerospace Engineering

2013: Started all 17 games...33 goals...nine assists...42 points...46 groundballs...33 draw controls...19 caused turnovers...was third in the NEWMAC in caused turnovers and groundballs...led the team in caused turnovers, ranked second in goals, assists, points, and groundballs, and was third in draw controls...graduates tied for eighth at MIT in groundballs (109) and tied for ninth in draw controls (73)...tallied five goals, two assists, seven groundballs, and three draw controls against Lasell (3/14)...scored six goals versus Wellesley (4/16)...produced three goals, three assists, four groundballs, and four draw controls against Smith (3/30)...totaled three goals and two assists at Framingham State (4/2)...collected seven draw controls versus Maine-Farmington (3/16)...generated three caused turnovers against Gordon (3/5), Pacific (3/27), and Keene State (4/4)...NEWMAC all-conference second team...NEWMAC academic all-conference.

2012: Started all 16 games...14 goals...one assist...15 points... 21 groundballs...27 draw controls...10 caused turnovers...ranked second on the team in caused turnovers, fourth in groundballs and draw controls, and fifth in goals and points...tallied four goals, two groundballs, four draw controls, and one caused turnover against Wheaton (4/21)...registered six groundballs, three draw controls, and two caused turnovers at Gordon (3/6)...totaled four draw controls and thee caused turnovers at Smith (3/24)...NEWMAC academic all-conference.

2011: Played and started all 15 games...one goal...one point...18 groundballs...nine draw controls...10 caused turnovers...ranked fifth on the team in caused turnovers...posted one goal in addition to five groundballs, two draw controls and two caused turnovers against Bridgewater State (3/12)...had three groundballs and two caused turnovers versus Smith (3/26)...earned two draw controls and two caused turnovers at Mount Holyoke (4/2)...NEWMAC academic all-conference team.

2010: Played in 16 games, started 15...24 groundballs...four draw controls...six caused turnovers...collected four groundballs versus Southern Maine (3/22) and Babson (5/1)...earned two draw controls at Bridgewater State (4/5)...had two caused turnovers against Emerson (4/6).

Off the Field at MIT: Majoring in aerospace engineering with a concentration in history...three-year starting goalkeeper on the MIT women's soccer team...interned at Polyflow LLC where she was a quality control manager and worked in the research and development department...teaching and lab assistant for the electrical engineering group in the MIT Women's Technology Program where she helped students with labs and homework in addition to preparing and giving three lectures...conducted research in MIT's Sports Innovation Lab with the cycling group, studying the aerodynamics of racing bike frames as well as working with athletes to decrease their overall drag by making technique fixes using the Wright Brothers Wind Tunnel...Alpha Phi Sorority corresponding secretary and new member educator.

High School: A 2009 graduate of Conestoga High School...three-year member of varsity soccer team...captain junior and senior seasons...PIAA AAA Girls Soccer State Champions (2007, 2008)...District 1 Champions (2007)...Central League Champions (2006, 2008)...Coaches Award...first team all-league...first team All-Main Line...second team Philadelphia region...regional Academic All-American...also played ice hockey (four years, captain junior and season seasons) and softball...ice hockey Most Improved Player...Pioneer Award for Overall Excellence in Hockey...Scholar Athlete...Randolph Macon Book Award...Society of Women Engineers Award.