Duke Women's Lacrosse BIO
12 Megan Huether
2004: Received All-ACC accolades after helping lead the Blue Devils to an undefeated conference regular season ... named ACC Player of the Week after the win against Maryland on Feb. 27 ... started all 19 games in goal for the Blue Devils ... played a total of 1112 minutes on the season ... collected 172 saves ... had 15 saves in close wins over conference foes Maryland and North Carolina ... tallied at least 10 saves nine different times ... collected 11 saves while holding Stanford to just five goals ... allowed 8.74 goals per game with a .515 save percentage ... ACC Honor Roll.
2003: Started all 18 games in goal for the Blue Devils ... played a total of 1036 minutes, the second most minutes in a single season at Duke ... registered 132 saves, the sixth best total in school history ... had 10 saves in a win over #3 Georgetown ... stopped a season-high 15 shots in a win over #4 Virginia ... collected seven saves while holding #6 Princeton to just four goals ... had nine-save efforts against UMBC, Pennsylvania, William & Mary, #9 North Carolina, #8 James Madison and #11 Ohio State ... allowed 6.67 goals per game with a .524 save percentage.
Prep: Combined with Katie Chrest to lead Maryvale Prep to the IAAM Championship and a second place ranking in the state ... named All-Conference two times ... twice named first team All-City/County ... first team All-Metro as a junior and senior ... All-America selection as a junior and senior ... Towson Times Co-Player of the Year in 2002 ... two-time team MVP ... four-time basketball and soccer letterwinner ... three-time IAAM All-Conference selection in basketball.
Personal: Born Megan Elizabeth Huether on May 24, 1984, in Towson, Md. ... daughter of Rick and Mary Ellen Huether ... has one brother, Ryan (24), and one sister, Kelly, (18) ... sister, Kelly, plays lacrosse at St. Joseph’s ... majoring in psychology with a certificate in early childhood education.