Discipline: Women's quadruple sculls
Current Residence: Princeton, NJ
College: University of Washington '06
- 2008 Olympic Games, 5th place in double sculls
- 2012 Olympic Games, bronze medal in quadruple sculls
- Took eighth in the quadruple sculls at the 2012 Samsung World Rowing Cup II
- Took silver in the quadruple sculls at the 2011 World Rowing Championships
- Finished fourth in the quadruple sculls at the 2011 Rowing World Cup stop in Lucerne
- Reached the semifinals of the Princess Grace Cup at the 2011 Henley Royal Regatta
Fun Facts: Megan was selected to the Pac-10 First-Team All-Academic team in 2004-06, was an Academic All-American in 2005 and 2006, and in 2006 also was a First-Team All-American and earned selection to the All-Region (West) team ... Megan was the 2006 University of Washington Team Captain and a 101 Club Scholar Athlete ... Megan enjoys reading, writing, film, horseback riding, cooking, baking, gardening and living green ... She one day hopes to be a competitor on her favorite television show, Dancing with the Stars
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