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28 Megan O'Malley
Megan  O'Malley

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Moorestown, N.J.

High School:
Moorestown

Position:
Attack

Birthdate:
03/26/1986

Experience:
3rd year

WORTH NOTING: Named to the US National Developmental Team, 2006.

AT VIRGINIA: 2006-Started 16 games .. ranked fifth on the team in scoring ... had two hat tricks, including one in the upset of Maryland. 2005-Played in 14 games...led first-years in scoring...notched first career goal in win over Richmond.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named a US Lacrosse All-American (`03, `04)...Star-Ledger New Jersey State Player of the Year (`04)...South Jersey Defensive Player of the Year (`04)...won three state titles at Moorestown (`02, `03, `04)...played for Upper Atlantic 1 at National Tournament (`03)...inducted into Moorestown High School Hall of Fame...awarded Moorestown's Phyllis Lehman Award, presented to the best all-around female athlete...earned second team All-State honors in soccer...soccer team captain (`04).

PERSONAL: Megan Ann O'Malley...daughter of Robin and Joe O'Malley...born March 26, 1986 in Fairfax, Va....sister Katie plays basketball at Johns Hopkins...father played with the Atlanta Braves.

O'MALLEY STATISTICALLY

YearGP/GSGBDCCTShotsGoalsAssistsPoints
2005 14/0 5 3 3 9 729
2006 19/16 17 8 4 46 16925
Career 33/16 22 11 7 55 231134

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