Maryland Women's Lacrosse BIO
Megan Douty
Player Profile:
Megan Douty 1194072
Position: Defender
Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Fair Haven, N.J.
High School: Rumson Fair Haven Regional

As a Sophomore in 2013: Saw playing time in the season opener against Richmond (2/10)... earned two ground balls and forced one turnover against Syracuse (2/17)... caused one turnover against Virginia (3/1)... earned a game-high four ground balls, three draw controls and caused three turnovers against Hofstra (3/3)... earned two ground balls against Penn State (3/9)... earned a ground ball against Stony Brook (3/17) and two against William & Mary (3/20)... tallied two draw controls against James Madison (3/23)... caused a turnover and scooped a ground ball against PENN (3/30).

As a Freshman in 2012: Started all 23 games for Maryland ... tallied two draw controls against William & Mary (2/12) ... scored a goal and tallied two draw controls against Delaware (2/16) ... had a ground ball and a caused turnover at No. 17 Penn State ... racked up two draw controls and one ground ball against Duke (2/25) ... had a ground ball, caused one turnover and tallied two draw controls against No. 6 Virginia (3/2)...notched three ground balls and a pair of caused turnovers against Penn (3/30)...went eight consecutive games with a ground ball from 2/16 to 3/17...notched two caused turnovers against Virginia Tech (4/14)...recorded two ground balls each against Virginia Tech (4/20) and Duke (4/21) in the ACC tournament.

Prep: Scored over 100 goals and tallied over 200 takeaways while starting every game at Rumson Fair Haven Regional High MVP in 2010 and best defensive player in 2009...Under Armour All-American...A Central Champions and Shore Conference Champions in 2010...Three-time first team All-Shore Conference...also All-League defender in soccer.

Personal:Born November 10, 1992... daughter of Douglas and Deborah Douty... has two brothers, Sean and Matthew...hobbies include boating and cooking... plans to become a physical therapist one day... came to Maryland because of "the athletics and the college atmosphere"... major is kinesiology.

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