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Mikey Meagher

GK

Height
5' 6"
CLASS
SO
Hometown
Liverpool, N.Y.
School
Liverpool HS
Michaela Meagher

Honors

2013 Tewaaraton Award Finalist

2013 IWLCA C. Markland Kelly Goalie of the Year

2013 SynapseSports.com Goalie of the Year

2013 WomensLax.com Goalie of the Year

2013 ALC Goalie of the Year

2013 IWLCA First-Team All-American

2013 SynapseSports.com First-Team All-American

2013 WomensLax.com All-America

2013 All-ALC First-Team

2013 ALC All-Tournament Team

2013 IWLCA All-South Region

ALC Defensive Player of the Week (3/5/13)

ALC Defensive Player of the Week (2/12/13)

WomensLax.com National Player of the Week (2/11/13)

2013 Inside Lacrosse Preseason All-American

2013 ALC Preseason Player to Watch

2012 C. Markland Kelly IWLCA Goalie of the Year

2012 SynapseSports.com Goalie of the Year

2012 WomensLax.com Goalie of the Year

2012 IWLCA First Team All-America

2012 SynapseSports.com First Team All-America

2012 WomensLax.com All-America

2012 IWLCA First Team All-South Region

2012 NCAA All-Tournament Team

2012 ALC Tournament MVP

2012 ALC All-Tournament Team

2012 All-ALC Second Team

SynapseSports.com National Honor Roll (3/13/12)

ALC Defensive Player of the Week (3/12/12)

2011 IWLCA Second-Team All-South Region

2011 All-ALC Second Team

ALC Defensive Player of the Week (4/11/11)

2010 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll

 

2013:  Made all 21 starts for the Gators in the cage in her senior campaign, posting an 18-3 record…Became the first ever female goalie to be named a top five finalist for the Tewaaraton Award…Swept Goalie of the Year honors, earning distinctions from the IWLCA, SynapseSports.com, WomensLax.com and ALC… Also earned All-American honors from the IWLCA, SynapseSports.com and WomensLax.com…Named the first ever ALC Goalie of the Year…A First-Team All-ALC selection…Finished the season second in goals-against average (6.90) and fifth in save percentage (.502) in the national statistics…Posted a season-high 12 saves in the NCAA quarterfinals against Syracuse…Stopped nine shots, had a caused turnover and grabbed a ground ball in the Gators’ NCAA second round win over Denver...Saved six shots against Northwestern in the ALC Championship game…Allowed just three goals and saved five in the ALC semifinals against Ohio State…Helped the Gators in a historic win over No. 4 Northwestern by adding a ground ball and seven saves in the cage for the Gators…Assisted the Gators in a win over Vanderbilt with one ground ball and three saves…Added two ground balls, five saves and caused a turnover in the cage against No. 17 John Hopkins…Registered eight saves for the Orange and Blue at No. 9 Penn State…Played all sixty minutes in the cage and recorded six saves against Ohio State…Started but did not record a stat in the win over Stetson…Helped the Gators defeat Oregon by adding two ground balls and five saves…Did not give up a goal and had three saves in her first-half appearance for the Gators…Had two ground balls and caused a turnover while adding four saves against No. 13 Dartmouth…Contributed two ground balls and had eight saves against No. 9 Loyola…Had two ground balls, caused one turnover and made nine saves in a win over No. 4 Syracuse…Had two saves in her start against Albany…Had two saves in the win over UC Davis…Started at goal and had three saves against No. 18 Stony Brook…Started at goal and had five saves for the Gators at High Point…Had one ground ball and six saves at goal against Jacksonville…Had eleven saves in goal against No. 5 North Carolina, earning her ALC Defender of the Week Honors and WomensLax.com National Player of the Week.

 

2012: Played in 21 games for the Gators, making 19 starts and owning a 16-3 record ... Had 145 saves and allowed 125 goals for a .537 save percentage and a 7.03 goals-against average in 1066:31 in the cage … Unanimously named National Goalie of the Year, earning the honor from the IWLCA, SynapseSports.com and WomensLax.com … A consensus First Team All-American, Meagher was also named to the IWLCA All-South Region First Team … Second-Team All-ALC … Led the nation in both save percentage and goals-against average, becoming just the third goalie to do so since the NCAA began recording statistics in 1996, and finished 20th in total saves … Named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team after making 27 saves and allowing 20 goals, including just six through the first two games, for a tournament-best .574 save percentage and 6.48 GAA ... Made 10 saves and allowed just three goals in the first half against No. 4 Syracuse in the NCAA Semifinals, finishing the game with a school-record 15 saves in regulation but a career-high 14 goals after the second overtime period ... Made seven stops while holding Penn State to just two goals in the NCAA Quarterfinals ... Had five saves and a ground ball while allowing just four goals against Albany in the NCAA First Round ... Named MVP of the ALC Tournament after leading the Gators to their first tournament title with a weekend save percentage of .560 ... Made nine stops and allowed No. 1 Northwestern its lowest goal total of the year once again, just seven, in the ALC Championship ... Made five saves and allowed just four goals against Ohio State in the ALC Semifinals in UF’s lowest-scoring game ever (W, 5-4) ... Made seven saves and held No. 1 Northwestern to its lowest goal total of the season (7), to lead UF past the top-ranked Wildcats ... Made seven saves and earned three ground balls, while allowing just five goals to No. 17 Vanderbilt ... Played a complete game in the net during the Gators’ first-ever overtime victory, logging a school-record 66:58 in goal at No. 19 Johns Hopkins, while making nine saves, allowing 12 goals and notching a ground ball ... Made seven saves and allowed nine goals in her start against No. 10 Penn State, adding three ground balls in 47:36 ... Played the first half of the Gators’ first-ever shutout, making one save against Fresno State in her first career scoreless appearance of more than 10 minutes ... Made seven saves and a career-high six ground balls while allowing eight goals in a complete game at No. 15 Ohio State ... Allowed three goals in the first 21:53 against No. 10 Dartmouth, then returned in the top of the second half to make eight saves and earn a second-half shutout, adding a ground ball and a caused turnover ... Made three saves and allowed four goals in the second half at William & Mary ... Made two saves and gave up just one goal in the first half against Temple ... Faced 38 shots at No. 15 Georgetown, but held the Hoyas to just nine goals while making a school-record 15 saves in the complete game ... Named ALC Defensive Player of the Week and to the SynapseSports.com National Weekly Honor Roll ... for her play against Georgetown and Temple ... Made 10 saves and allowed all 12 goals in a career-high 66:55 minutes in goal against No. 9 Syracuse ... Made six saves and allowed just two goals in the second half against Detroit ... Allowed five goals and stop three shots in the first half against Siena ... Made seven saves and allowed five goals in 47:50 at UMBC ... Earned her first win of the season in a complete game against Jacksonville, making 10 saves and allowing just five goals for a .667 save percentage, while leading the team with a then-career-high four ground balls ... Started and played the entire first half (30:00) at No. 3 UNC, making two saves and allowing seven goals while adding a ground ball.

2011: Appeared in all 20 games as the starting goalie, ranking in the top 10 nationally in goals against average, finishing with an 8.66 average to lead the ALC … Named IWLCA Second-Team All-South Region and Second-Team All-ALC … Had four double-digit save performances this season, notching 11 saves against No. 7 Stanford in the opening round of the NCAA Championship and 10 saves against both No. 2 Northwestern and Cornell … Part of the Gator defense that held 15 of the UF’s 20 opponents to 10 or less goals, including a season-low four goals against Temple … Third on the team with 29 ground balls on the season … Recorded seven caused turnovers … Most memorable performance of the season came against No. 2 Northwestern, with back-to-back saves in the closing seconds to clinch the upset win for the Gators, 13-11 … Had four saves and a ground ball against Duke in NCAA Quarterfinals … Had 11 saves, three ground balls and a caused turnover against Stanford in NCAA First Round … Had eight saves, four ground balls and a caused turnover in the ALC Tournament … Had 10 saves and a ground ball against Cornell … Had seven saves and two ground balls against No. 17 Vanderbilt … Was stellar in the upset of No. 2 Northwestern, notching 10 saves and two ground balls in the win … Named ALC Defensive Player of the Week for her performance against Johns Hopkins, where she notched a career-high 13 saves, including a program-best 10 in the second half … Had eight saves in the 13-7 win over No. 16 Penn State … Notched seven saves in her first ALC start against Ohio State … Had four saves against Fairfield … Had three saves and one ground ball against No. 11 Syracuse … Had four saves and two ground balls against Colgate … Was incredible against Temple, saving six shots and forcing the Owls go 0-for-4 in free position shots … Saved six shots in Florida’s upset of No. 9 Georgetown … Had a career-high nine saves against Lehigh … Only allowed four goals in over 50 minutes of action against UMBC, including four saves … Had three saves against Denver, including allowing only one goal in the first half of play, grabbing two ground balls and causing one turnover … Only allowed three goals in 30 minutes of action against Jacksonville … Saw her first career start against UNC, making seven saves in 66 minutes of action.

2010: Appeared in nine games as the backup goalie and made eight saves with an 8.66 goals against average … Played over seven minutes in the ALC Semifinal loss to No. 10 Vanderbilt and made one save … Saw action at the end of the upset win over No. 20 Johns Hopkins in the ALC Tournament … Made one save and allowed one goal in nearly eight minutes of action in the win at Le Moyne … Saw just over five minutes of scoreless action in the win over Oregon … Played the last three minutes in the win over No. 17 New Hampshire … Had one save and didn’t give up a goal in nine minutes in the win over Marist … Played over 35 minutes and had three saves with just three goals allowed in the win over SBU … Allowed one goal and had one save in six minutes of action at La Salle … Had one save after entering the game late in the second half in the win over Jacksonville … Named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll.

Before Florida: Four-year member of the 2005 and 2006 league champions Liverpool High School team … Played for Coach Renee McKee … Earned 2009 US Lacrosse Honorable Mention All-American recognition … Named to the 2009 All-Central New York First Team and named first-team All-CNYCL National League … Was a team captain in 2009 and was Liverpool’s Defensive MVP … Won the 2009 Lori Sullivan Lacrosse Award and 2009 Air Force Scholar-Athlete Award … Earned the News Channel 9 Athlete of the Week honor during her senior year … A three-time second-team all-league goalie … Was a Second-Team All-CNY goalie … Broke the single-season league record in 2008 with 277 saves … Named to the 2007 National Team 3 … Member of the 2006, 2007 and 2008 Empire State Team … Also an eight-year member of the Starriders club team … Also played field hockey in high school and was the 2008 All-CNY first-team Goalie … Was the team MVP and captain in 2008 … Field Hockey team won the 2008 Section III Championship … Earned Second-Team All-CNY in field hockey and team was the 2007 Section III Champions.

Career Stats

 

GP

GS

Minutes

GA

GAA

Saves

Save%

 

Shots

W

L

GB

TO

CT

 

 

2013

21

21

1078:53

124

6.90

125

.502

 

324

18

3

17

0

4

 

 

2012

21

19

1066:31

125

7.03

145

.537

 

365

16

3

29

4

6

 

 

2011

20

20

1142:53

165

8.66

129

.439

 

384

16

4

29

6

7

 

 

2010

9

0

83:09

12

8.66

8

.400

 

21

0

0

1

1

0

 

 

Totals

71

60

3371:26

426

7.58

407

.489

 

1094

50

10

76

15

17

 

 

 

Career Highs

Minutes............................................... 66:58, 2x-last vs. Syracuse (5/25/12)

Saves........................................................ 15, 2x-last vs. Syracuse (5/25/12)

Save Percentage................... 1.000 (30:00), 2x-last vs. Lehigh (3/12/13)

Fewest Goals Allowed................... 0 (30:00), 2x-last vs. Lehigh (3/12/13)

Most Goals Allowed............................................. 14 vs. Syracuse (5/25/12)

Ground Balls........................................................... 6 at Ohio State (3/24/12)

Caused Turnovers............................................ 3 vs. Fresno State (3/28/12)

 

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