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Megan Coyne
Megan  Coyne


Marysville, WA

High School:
Marysville-Pilchuck HS




Junior (2005): Named to the 2005 NSCAA/Adidas DI All-Southeast Region third team...her work off the field earned her CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-American team for District III...named a member of the Atlantic Sun First Team and All-Academic squads...split time in goal with Jessica Badders during one of the most successful defensive seasons in FAU history...posted a 9-1-1 record in 19 games while making 10 starts...allowed three goals in 979:19 for a goals-against average of 0.28...second-lowest GAA in the country, fourth-lowest in NCAA history...registered 26 saves...posted two solo shutouts ... shared 14 shutouts with Badders...part of a goalkeeping tandem that helped the Owls post the best shutout percentage in the country, the fifth-best mark in NCAA history (.792)...posted a shutout streak that lasted 745 minutes from Sept. 9 to Nov. 11...shutout streak was 13th longest in NCAA history...started the A-Sun Championship Game, posting 45 scoreless minutes while making one save (11/5)...made four stops in the season-opener against Monmouth, making four stops enroute to a solo shutout...made it back-to-back solo shutouts while making one save vs. South Florida (8/28)...only loss of the season came in 2OT vs. Virginia Commonwealth (9/9) where she allowed her only regular-season goal...went undefeated in her final eight decisions, going 7-0-1.

Sophomore (2004): Received A-Sun All-Academic honors...played in and started all 18 games...posted a 0.88 goals against average and recorded six shutouts while making 68 saves...spent 1,645 of team's 1,711 minutes in goal...GAA ranked second-best for any FAU player in a GAA of 0.85 is tops for FAU...six shutouts ranked third in A-Sun and fourth in FAU history...ranked third all-time in wins (11) and shutouts (6)...member of an Owls defense that allowed only 16 goals on the season, tying a school record for fewest goals allowed...finished fifth in the A-Sun in GAA and save percentage (.810)...first-career shutout came in her first-career start in the season-opener vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (8/27)...second shutout came in victory vs. Florida International (9/28)...shutout Mercer (10/10) starting a streak of three straight shutouts...shutout Jacksonville (10/15) and Stetson (10/17) during the streak...played in 74 minutes of team's shutout against Troy (10/22)...posted her final shutout of the season in 108 minutes of action against Miami (FL) on Oct. was the last of five straight team shutouts.

Freshman (2003): Primary back-up for Molly Keating...played in six of seven freshmen to see playing time...played 152 minutes, allowing one goal with six saves...had a 0.59 GAA and .857 save percentage...recorded two saves and allowed no goals in 28 minutes in 5-0 win over Charleston Southern in her first collegiate appearance...recorded two saves and allowed no goals in 17 minutes in 4-0 win over Jacksonville on Oct. 19.

High School: Attended Marysville-Pilchuck High School in Marysville, was Chris Clementson...2000 4A WESCO Second Team...1999 4A WESCO Honorable Mention...recorded the lowest GAA in P-1 Division from 1998-2003...treasurer of the National Honor Society from 1999-2003...participated in the IGNITE-MPHS Mentoring/Leadership program from 2002-03...was the first chair baritone saxophone player for the MPHS 1999 and 2001 placed first in the Spokane Jazz Tournament for MPHS.

Club Experience: Played for Emerald City FC from 1997-2003...finished first in the Premier 1 and Rimland Pacific Leagues while placing second at the Diadora Seattle Cup in 2002...1999-2001 Washington State Champions...voted the 1998 MVP of the Washington State Cup Championship game...played on the Washington State Olympic Development Program team from 1998-2003...rated ODP's seventh-ranked keeper on the West Coast.

Personal: Communication major...born April 22, 1985, in Thousand Oaks, CA...daughter of Daniel and Debra Coyne.

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