2005 (Senior): Tough, hard-nosed defender ... strong attitude and toughness ... a regular starter on defense in her final season ... five ground balls in win over UNC (4/16) ... game-high six ground balls against Dartmouth (3/19) ... helped shut down the George Mason (3/16) offense in the second half and in the overtimes to help secure the victory ... four ground balls against Virginia (3/8).
2004 (Junior): Was the first player off the bench for the Terps ... tough and aggressive player ... saw action in 16 games making one start ... caused two turnovers in win over Temple in NCAA Tourney (5/13) ... made first career start against Ohio State (3/28) ... forced a turnover and grabbed a ground ball in the victory ... controlled one draw against Brown (3/12).
2003 (Sophomore): Played in 13 games ... came up with six ground balls and caused two turnovers ... recorded draw control against William & Mary (4/8) ... scooped two ground balls in win over Virginia Tech (4/26).
2002 (Freshman): Saw action in three games ... came up with a draw control in the Harvard game (3/26).
Prep: A three-year letterwinner at North Penn High School in Lansdale, Pa. ... an honorable mention All-America pick as a senior ... first team all-area and a first team all-league selection in 2000 and 2001 ... team MVP as a junior and senior ... scored 38 goals and added 22 assists as a senior while she scored a career-high 51 goals to go with 27 assists as a junior ... a 20-game starter in 1999, a season that saw her score 16 goals to go with 20 assists ... earned all-league honorable mention in 1999 and was named a Schoolgirl All-Star ... also lettered three years in field hockey and two in basketball ... was a first team all-league and team MVP in field hockey as a senior ... was voted "most athletic" at her school in her senior year ... also recruited by Virginia, Harvard and Penn ... an Academic Award winner.
Personal: Megan Sommar was born in Abington, Pa. ... is the daughter of James and Christine Sommar ... a communication major ... involved in student government and the Special Olympics in high school ... lists her sister, Kristin, as her favorite athlete and the person she most admires.
Career Statistics Year GP-GS G A Pts. 2002 3-0 0 0 0 2003 13-0 0 0 0 2004 16-1 0 0 0 2005 19-19 0 0 0 Totals 51-20 0 0 0