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#25 Greta Meyer
Position: Attack
Height: 5'9"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Denver, Colo.
High School: Kent Denver
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Meyer's Career Stats
YEAR GP-S G A Pts GB DC CT
2008 16-16 21 10 31 34 41 18
2009 15-15 28 9 37 23 21 19
2010 16-16 35 23 58 23 2 9
TOTALS 47-47 84 42 126 80 64 46

2010 (Junior):
• Tewaaraton Award Nominee
• WomensLacrosse.com All-America Third Team
• WomensLax.com All-America First Team
• IWLCA All-North First Team
• All-Ivy First Team (Unanimous)

• Ivy League Player of the Week (March 8)
• Inside Lacrosse National Player of the Week (March 8)

Had a huge season for Dartmouth, transitioning into a role in the attack after playing midfield her first two years ... One of five players to start all 16 games and led the team in scoring with 58 points on 35 goals and 23 assists ... Had an impressive 57.4 shooting percentage and put 77 percent of her shots on goal .. Also tallied 23 ground balls ... Scored a point in every game and has a point streak of 22 games ... Scored two goals in the loss at Maryland, May 8 ... Tallied two goals and an assist and grabbed three ground balls in the Ivy Semifinal win over Cornell, April 30 ... Tallied four points including three goals at Princeton on April 25 ... Had a big day against Siena, recording four goals and an assist along with two ground balls on April 6 ... Powered Dartmouth past #18 Boston University with five goals and an assist on March 31 ... Also scored five goals and an assist in the huge win at #6 Syracuse on March 24 ... Tallied five points on two goals and three assists against both Columbia on March 17 and at #8 Notre Dame on March 7, both wins ... Destroyed Vermont for three goals and five assists along with three ground balls, March 3 ... Scored three goals in the loss at UNH, also adding three ground balls and three caused turnovers on Feb. 27.

2009 (Sophomore):
• All-Ivy Honorable Mention
• Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week (March 30)

Started all 15 games that she played, missing one (the overtime loss to #2 Maryland) due to injury ... Picked up where she left off as a rookie as one of Dartmouth’s most diverse and consistent midfielders ... Ranked third on the team in scoring, second in goals scored and caused turnovers ... Converted on more than half of her free position attempts, getting 14 goals that way ... Broke out with four goals against #8 Syracuse, April 28 ... Filled the statsheet with two goals, one assist, three ground balls, two caused turnovers and a draw against #12 BU, April 22 ... Scored three goals and caused two turnovers in the win over Harvard on April 15 ... Was all over the field against Brown with three goals, two assists and three ground balls, March 28 ... Tallied three goals including the game-winner, an assist, two ground balls and two draw controls against Fairfield, March 24 ... Added three goals and two ground balls in the slugfest with #11 Notre Dame on March 7 ...Tallied four draws, three ground balls and two caused turnovers in the win over #14 UNH, Feb. 28.

2008 (Freshman):
• All-Ivy Second Team
• IWLCA All-Northeast Second Team
• Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week, March 24

Made an immediate impact for Dartmouth and in the Ivy League, starting all 16 games ... Ranked third on the team in scoring with 31 points from 21 goals and 10 assists ... Led the Big Green in draw controls with 41 and caused turnovers with 18, had the most ground balls for a field player, second on the team with 34 ... Scored three goals in the season finale against Duke, May 4 ... Posted five draws, five groundballs, a goal and an assist in the win over Princeton on April 19 ... Was all over the field in the win over Vermont, scoring a goal and three assists while grabbing a season-high six draw controls and four ground balls on April 1 ... Earned Ivy weekly honors after scoring five goals in the win over Columbia and tallying two goals and three assists against Yale, March 22-23 ... Scored her first collegiate points with two goals in the win over James Madison on Feb. 28 ... Made her first collegiate appearance and start at Syracuse, Feb. 24.

Before Dartmouth:
Had a tremendous high school career at Kent Denver, playing four years of varsity lacrosse and field hockey ... Led her team to the 2005 Colorado state championship and a second-place finish in 2006 ... Two-time US Lacrosse first team All-American, Academic All-American in 2007 ... Voted  all-state and all-conference and was the Colorado Sportswoman of the Year in 2007 ... Also a standout field hockey player, Meyer was named West Region All-American twice ... Team won state titles all four years.

Personal: Daughter of Fritz and Melanie Meyer ... Government Major ... Is a third-generation Dartmouth legacy, Father, Fritz graduated from Dartmouth in 1973 and Tuck in 1976 ... Grandfather, Frederick was in the class of 1933 ... Great uncle, Bob Manegold '38 and uncle Rob Manegold '75 also attended Dartmouth

 

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