FALL 2006: Vastly improved her scoring average from 90.5 during the 2005-06 season to 81.5 in Fall 2006...Finished fourth on the team in scoring average with 81.5...Competed in five events...Finished tied for seventh overall and first on the team at the Youngstown State/Taco Bell Invitational 76-83-159...Ended the fall campaign with an impressive showing at the Don Mershon Lehigh Invitational as she finished second overall with a 158 to help the Saints win team crown.
SPRING 2006: MAAC All-Academic Team selection...Competed in all four tournament events, tallying a scoring average of 90.5...Finished 21st overall and second on the team at the Hartford Invitational where she fired a season-low of 173...Second best finish of the spring season came at the William and Mary Invitational, where she fired a two-day total of 179.
FALL 2005: Recorded an 89 scoring average while playing in two of the Saints' three events including the Dartmouth Invitational 83-88-171 and the Princeton Invitational 90-95-185.
SPRING 2005: MAAC All-Academic Team selection...Played in two of the four scheduled tournaments on the Saints' spring docket including the Dartmouth Invitational and the Princeton Invitational...Fired a 264 in the MAAC Tournament 87-88-89-264...Finished the Spring 2005 campaign fourth overall on the team with an 86.3 scoring average.
FALL 2004: Finished the fall with an 88.6 scoring average after firing a 177 (89-88) and an 89 at the Albany Quadrangular Match to pace the Saints to a first-place finish.
SPRING 2004: Had one of the best springs of her career after tabulating the second lowest scoring average of her career with an 88.5...Appeared on the scorecard in three of the five scheduled invitationals, including William and Mary, Richmond and Hartford, where she fired a team-low 85 to lead the Saints to a third-place victory.
FALL 2003: Showcased in three events her freshman season, including the Tri-Match against UAlbany and Fairfield, the Rutgers Invitational and the Lehigh Invitational.
BEFORE SIENA: Lettered three years of varsity golf and two years of varsity indoor track and field at Thornton Academy...Selected to the National Honor Society her senior year...Student Council Rep her junior and senior years...Participated in peer mediation her freshman and sophomore years.
PERSONAL: Born October 7, 1985...The daughter of Tim Angis and Julie DeFrancesco...A marketing and management major...Presidential Scholar...American Marketing Association Officer...Member of coveted 21st Century Leadership Society.
WRONOWSKI ON ANGIS: "Megan has worked very hard on her swing to develop her consistency when she strikes the ball. Due to her great work ethic, it's not a surprise that her scores continue to drop as she possesses one of the best short games on the team."