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Megan Cahill  
Megan  Cahill


Auburn, N.Y.

High School:


FALL 2012: Played in two events for Siena...Finished 30th in the Dartmouth Invitational (9/16).

SPRING 2012: Appeared in one event, shot a +39 in the Spider Invitational (3/26-27)....NGCA All-American Scholar

FALL 2011: Played in three events...Had top-20 finishes at the Dartmouth (9/17-18) and Lehigh (10/22-23) Invitationals.

SPRING 2011: Played in four spring events...Shot season-low round of 80 in the second round of the Siena Invitational (3/18-19)...Tied for 21st at the MAAC Championships (4/29-5/1).

FALL 2010: Competed in two events...Shot season-low round of 80 in second round of Bucknell Invitational (9/12)...Finished 52nd at Bucknell and fifth at UAlbany exhibition (10/10).

SPRING 2010: Competed in three events...Shot season-low round of 79 in second round of C&F Bank Intercollegiate (3/21)...Finished 22nd at MAAC Championships after rounds of 94, 82, and 85.

FALL 2009: Appeared in all four fall invitationals during her freshman season...Shot a team-leading round of 78 in her first collegiate round at the Dartmouth Invitational (9/19)...Shot season-low round of 76 during final round of the Kelly Gutshall Invitational (10/18).

BEFORE SIENA: Four year starter, co-captain and #1 golfer at Auburn High...Also earned three letters in volleyball as a setter and right side...Wendy's Heisman Award winner...Two-time First Team All-League selection...Auburn Citizen Player of the Year...Finished in the top-10 at both the New York State Girls Championships and the IJGT Hershey Tournament...Posted a top-20 score at the New York State Public High School Championships ...Member of the Central New York PGA Junior circuit...Participated in the AIDS and Breast Cancer Walks...Member of the National Honor Society.

PERSONAL: Born August 29, 1991...The daughter of Mark and Linda Cahill...Enjoys playing the guitar, going to shows, and swimming...An undecided liberal arts major who aspires to work as a publicist...Also recruited by Robert Morris, St. John Fisher and St. Lawrence.

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