Duke Field Hockey BIO
5 Meghan Norair
2014: Took the field in 12 contests as a freshman as Duke advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals … Placed a shot on goal at Indiana (Oct. 5) … Named to the NFHCA National Academic Squad.
Prior to Duke: Guided Fredericksburg Academy to two state titles during her prep career … Two-time all-state player of the year and three-time all-conference player of the year … Tabbed to the all-area squad as a junior and senior … Recorded 79 goals and 51 assists over her four seasons, including 32 goals and 17 assists as a senior … Junior Olympics silver medalist … Member of the U.S. Futures Elite program … Recipient of the National Futures Championship Barbara Longstreth Sportsmanship Award … Also lettered three years in swimming and lacrosse, two years in soccer and one year in basketball … Named to the all-conference first team as a forward/midfielder on the soccer field … In the classroom, earned high honors all four years.
Personal: Born June 28, 1996 … Daughter of Steve and Missy Norair … Has two sisters (Grace and Colleen) and one brother (Stephen) … Mother played tennis at Kentucky (’85) … Father played lacrosse and soccer at Denison University (’80)