Junior (2010): Made seven appearances before being injured and missing the rest of the season … Started five of the first seven games of the season … Notched 10 points, all goals … Tallied a career-high three goals in a win over Bryant … Recorded 11 shots on goal.
Sophomore (2009): Saw action in all 17 games with a career-high 16 starts ... had her best offensive season with a career-high seven goals and added an assist for 15 points ... tied for the team-lead with two game-winners ... scored the game-clincher in the 3-2 double overtime victory against Vermont on Sept. 30 ... ended up with a career-high two goals in the win over the Catamounts ... tallied her second game-winner against Harvard on Oct. 31 in a 5-3 win for the Big Green ... netted her first of the season against Maine in the season opener ... had single goals against Holy Cross (Sept. 13), at Brown (Sept. 26) and vs. Georgetown (Oct. 10).
Freshman (2008): Appeared in 14 games for the Big Green in her first season with six starts ... tallied a pair of goals and added an assist for five points ... posted 14 shots with nine coming on net ... recorded first collegiate point with an assist against Brown on Sept. 27 in a 5-4 win ... scored her first collegiate goal against Louisville on Oct. 19 in a 3-1 loss to the Cardinals ... netted the game-winner at Columbia in a 3-2 win for the Big Green on Oct. 26.
Before Dartmouth: Played three years of field hockey and softball at Hunterdon Central Regional High School ... named to the Third Team All-State ... earned a spot on the First Team All-Group, First Team All-West Jersey and First Team All-Conference in 2007 ... Second Team All-State and First Team All-Group in softball as a senior.
Personal: Meghan Lea Everett was born on August 29, 1990 ... daughter of Steve Everett and Nancy L. Connor ... has two brothers ... brother, Matt, plays football, rugby, and track and field at Hamilton College ... Everett is a volunteer at the SAFE in Hunterdon, which is a local domestic violence agency ... also plays softball for the Big Green as a pitcher and a utility player.
EVERETT'S CAREER STATISTICS