30 - Meghan Wright
Meghan Wright
Height: 5-8
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Devon, Pa.
High School: Conestoga
Position: GK
Major: Aerospace Engineering
Team: TEYSA Hotsocs

2011: Played and started 20 games...1896 minutes played...12 goals allowed...0.57 goals against average...111 saves...0.902 save percentage...14-2-4 record...10 shutouts...ranked eighth in the nation in save percentage...finished second in the NEWMAC in saves and save percentage and was third in goals against average...compiled 10 saves against Wheaton in the semifinals of the NEWMAC tournament (11/5)...turned away nine shots by Simmons (9/1) and Salem State (9/10)...had eight saves versus Wellesley in the quarterfinals of the NEWMAC tournament (11/1) and against Skidmore in the NCAA tournament (11/12)...NEWMAC Defensive Player of the Week (9/19)...first team CoSIDA academic all-district...NEWMAC Tournament Most Outstanding Player...second team NEWMAC all-conference...NEWMAC academic all-conference...third team NEWISA all-New England...currently holds the MIT records for career save percentage (.884), fewest goals allowed (34), shutouts (28), and goals against average (0.63) and is sixth for career saves (260).

2010: Played in 18 games, started 18...had a record of 12-3-3...set MIT records for fewest goals allowed (six), goals against average (0.33), save percentage (.917), and shutouts (13)...collected 66 saves ...grabbed seven saves against Lesley (9/21) and Wheaton (10/9)...ranked fifth in the country in goals against average and save percentage...led the NEWMAC in goals against average, save percentage, and shutouts...NEWMAC first team all-conference...NEWISA second team all-New England...ECAC New England all-star...NEWMAC academic all-conference team...CoSIDA first team academic all-district.

2009: Played in 18 games, started 18...Had a record of 9-6 on the season...Made 83 saves with a goals against average of 1.09...save percentage of 0.838...recorded five shutouts...third in the conference in save percentage and fifth in shutouts...allowed 16 goals on the season, the third fewest in MIT history...goals against average is the fourth best in a single season and five shutouts is the eighth best all-time...made a career-high 14 saves in the NEWMAC Championship game against Springfield (11/8).

Off the Field at MIT: Majoring in aerospace engineering with a concentration in history...two-year starter on the lacrosse team...interned at Polyflow LLC where she was a quality control manager and worked in the research and development department...teaching and lab assistant for the electrical engineering group in the MIT Women's Technology Program where she helped students with labs and homework in addition to preparing and giving three lectures...conducted research in MIT's Sports Innovation Lab with the cycling group, studying the aerodynamics of racing bike frames as well as working with athletes to decrease their overall drag by making technique fixes using the Wright Brothers Wind Tunnel...Alpha Phi Sorority corresponding secretary and new member educator.

High School: A 2009 graduate of Conestoga High School...three-year member of varsity team...captain junior and senior seasons...PIAA AAA Girls Soccer State Champions (2007, 2008)...District 1 Champions (2007)...Central League Champions (2006, 2008)...Coaches Award...first team all-league...first team All-Main Line...second team Philadelphia region...regional Academic All-American...also played ice hockey (four years, captain junior and season seasons) and softball...ice hockey Most Improved Player...Pioneer Award for Overall Excellence in Hockey...Scholar Athlete...Randolph Macon Book Award...Society of Women Engineers Award.

Club/ODP: TEYSA Hotsocs...EPYSA State Cup Finalists (2006, 2007)...EPYSA State Cup semifinalists (2008)...Region I League (2009).

Personal: Daughter of Jay and Beth...sister Alex '11 played field hockey and lacrosse at MIT...father played tennis at Lehigh...mother played tennis at Mount Holyoke...brother Jack currently rows at Lehigh.