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Height: 5'7"
Year: Senior
City/State: Prospect, Ky.
High School: Mercy Academy


2014 (Senior): Started all 17 games, playing 1,170:59 of action...Finished the season with a 3.23 goals against average and a .733 save percentage...Turned aside 13 shots against Louisville at Northwestern's Lakeside Field, matching her career high set two previous times in 2013...Stopped eight shots in her first win of the season, a Sept. 27 game at home against Brown. In that game against the Bears, Meyers also turned aside Lucy Green on a penalty stroke...Stopped six shots in a 3-2 overtime win against Bryant on Sept. 28, picking up her second victory in as many days...Set a new career high with 17 saves against No. 11 Albany despite being delat a 3-1 loss on Oct. 11...Stopped seven shots in a 5-4 OT win at home against Holy Cross on Oct. 13...Turned aside eight shots in a home win against Yale on Oct. 18...Allowed just one goal and stopped eight shots, but was saddled with a defeat at UMass Lowell on Oct. 19...Turned aside 13 shots in a losing effort at Columbia on Oct. 26...Stopped 10 shots in her final home game against Harvard on Nov. 1...Turned aside 11 in the final non-conference game of her career in a Nov. 2 contest at UNH...Stopped 10 shots at Cornell on Nov. 8, giving her 148 saves on the year, the third-best total by a Dartmouth keeper over the course of a single season.

2013 (Junior): Started all 17 games in goal for the Big Green... Saw action in 1,191:08...Finished the season with a .678 save percentage and a 3.35 goals-against average...Recorded her first shutout of the season on Oct. 11 against UMass Lowell in a 2-0 win... Twice stopped 13 shots in a game, setting a new career high, doing so on Oct. 19 at Yale and Nov. 2 at Harvard... Allowed 57 goals and had 120 saves, becoming just the fourth goalkeeper since 2000 with at least 100 saves in a single season... Notched her first win of the season against UC Davis in Berkeley, Calif., on Sept. 8...Stopped 11 shots against the Aggies, the most by a Dartmouth goalkeeper since 2010 (a span of 35 games) and setting a new career high...Turned aside eight Princeton shots in a loss on Sept. 21, the team's 2013 home debut...Stopped five shots, including four in the second half to lift the team to a 4-3 comeback win at Brown on Sept. 28 to notch the first Ivy win of the fall for the Green...Had games of eight and nine saves at No. 16 Drexel and Penn on Oct. 4 and 6...Stopped 11 shots against UNH at home on Nov. 3.

2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in 12 games, making five starts in the Big Green cage…Played 515:36 of action…Posted a record of 3-3…Had the only shutout of the season as she blanked Penn, 2-0, at home on Sept. 29, recording four saves in the effort…Had a 3.39 goals-against average and a .662 save percentage…Allowed just 25 goals, while turning aside 49 shots…Her nine saves in one half against Maryland were the most by any Dartmouth keeper in a single game in 2012…Had four games of six or more saves.

2011 (Freshman): Appeared in one game, allowing just one goal.

Before Dartmouth: Played four years of field hockey and lacrosse at Mercy Academy in Louisville, Kentucky ... Field hockey team was the Huskie Invitational champion in 2009 and JV State champion in 2008 ... Team won the silver medal at the 208-09 Junior Olympics and also won a bronze medal at the National Futures championship ... In 2009-10 helped team make it to the state quarterfinals ... Named to the JV State All-Tournament team as a sophomore ... Member of the Kentucky Junior All-Star team, the varsity preseason All-Tournament team, the Kentucky Select Second Team and the Academic All-State team as a junior ... Was a two-time Kentucky Select Second Team member as a senior as well as being named First Team All-Catholic and to the Kentucky State All-Tournament First Team.

Personal: Ellen Christine Meyer was born on August 2, 1993 in St. Louis, Mo. ... Daughter of John and Donna Meyer ... Has one sister and three brothers ... Sister, Emily attended the University of Southern Indiana while uncle Dan Rice played football at Nebraska and mother, Donna played basketball at St. Louis University ... She was a member of both the National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honor Society ... Was an AP Scholar and taught field hockey to grade school children ... Interested in studying engineering at Dartmouth and participating in the DOC ... Enjoys photography ... Has a twin and is a black belt in karate.

Year GP-GS
Minutes W-L
GA Goals Against Avg.
Save Pct.
Saves SO
2011 1-0 14:16 0-0 1 4.91 .000 0 0
2012 6-2 515:36 3-3 25 3.39 .662 49 1
2013 17-17 1,191:08 7-10 57 3.35 .678 120 1
2014 17-17 1,170:59 5-12 54 3.23 .733 148 0
41-46 2,891:59 15-25 137 3.31   317 2


Year GP-GS
Minutes W-L
GA Goals Against Avg.
Save Pct.
Saves SO
2011 0-0 0 0-0 0 0.00 .000 0 0
2012 2-1 105:00 1-0 2 1.33 .800 8 1
2013 7-7 492:06 3-4 26 3.70 .701 61 0
2014 7-7 481:09 3-4 20 2.91 .762 64 0
Totals 16-15 1,078:15 7-8 48 3.11   133 1
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