Washingon State Career
JUNIOR (2003) - Started 11 of 17 matches, recording one goal, one assist and taking 18 shots, six on goal...scored in 4-0 win over Montana by placing a 38-yard free kick of left-side post as it went in...including four shots against Montana...recorded three shots against Washington...assisted Shelby Brownfield's game-winning goal over Stanford by serving a corner kick to give WSU its first win over the Cardinal since 1993...named to Pac-10 All-Academic first team for second time by carrying 3.87 grade point average in biology.
SOPHOMORE (2002) - Played in 15 matches, starting in 10...earned first point of 2002 season by assisting Kim Morgan on a goal in the sixth minute in 2-0 win over Idaho...assisted Nicole Wilcox on a goal in 8-0 win over Gonzaga...combined with Alix Rustrum on an assist to Carmen Anderson in 4-1 win over No. 12 USC...3.81 grade point average in biology earned her first team Pac-10 All-Academic in first season of eligibility.
FRESHMAN (2001) - played in 13 matches, earning a starting role in the last eight contests...knocked in first career goal against Oregon State Nov. 9...fired two shots, including two on goal, and also had an assist against to help WSU to a 3-1 win over Arizona Oct. 28...provided another assist on a Katrina Stroh goal Oct. 26 against Arizona State...tied Cailan McCutchan for most points among Cougar freshmen in 2001 with four.
HIGH SCHOOL - Was a four year letterwinner in soccer for coach Duncan Nyangero...also lettered one year each in basketball and track...FRESHMAN - team won Pacific-7 Conference and made it to the state semifinals...SOPHOMORE - earned first team all-league...team took second in state and won the conference...JUNIOR - earned first team all-league...was named Pacific-8 Conference Player of the Year...garnered first team All-State honors...team won the conference for a third consecutive year...SENIOR - named first team all-league and third team All-State...team won the conference and made it to the semifinals in the state tournament.
PERSONAL - Born Megan Michele Cecchini, August 17, 1983 in Portland, Ore...parents Marcus and Barbara...one sister Nicole...earned a 3.98 prep GPA...named the outstanding math and chemistry student of the year...member of the National Honor Society...plans to pursue pre-med and biology at WSU.
Career Numbers YEAR MP MS S SOG G A PT GWG PK 2001 13 8 14 10 1 2 4 0 0-0 2002 15 10 11 3 0 3 3 0 0-0 2003 17 11 18 6 1 1 3 0 0-0 Totals 45 29 43 19 2 6 10 0 0-0
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