Megan  Volz
Megan Volz


Troy, N.Y.

High School:





Record Number of Saints Named to MAAC Academic Honor Roll

Siena Boasts School Record 147 Honorees


Sandrini, Carpenter Named MAAC First Team

Viggiano, Lancaster Land Second Team Honors


Softball Sweeps Manhattan

Improves to 7-1 in MAAC


Saints Sweeps Quinnipiac

Improves to 5-1 in MAAC


Softball Denied Sweep From Darkness Controversy

Sandrini, Edwards Pitched Complete Games


Softball vs. Sacred Heart (4/22/14)

Softball vs. Sacred Heart (4/22/14)


Softball vs. Holy Cross (4/9/13)

Softball vs. Holy Cross (4/9/13)


Softball vs. Sacred Heart (4/3/12)

Softball vs. Sacred Heart (4/3/12)

AS A SOPHOMORE (2013) - Appeared in 46 games while starting 40...Hit .237 from 28 hits in 118 at-bats... Scored 19 runs and tallied 30 RBI's...Powered two home runs with three doubles while slugging .314...A perfect 4-4 in stolen base attempts...Recorded 163 put outs with 20 assists for a .968 fielding percentage.

AS A FRESHMAN(2012)-One of only two Saints to play in all 50 games, starting 46...Ranked fourth on the team in several categories: doubles (8), home runs (3), runs batted in (22), total bases (52), and slugging percentage (.394%)...Was perfect on the base paths, stealing six bases on all six attempts...Had a 10 game stretch hitting .384 (10-for-26), scoring seven runs, and slugging four doubles (4/14-4/20)...Enjoyed another streak going .440 (11-for-25) with four multiple hit games in a nine game stretch (3/4-3/15), also scored a run in five straight games over that span.

BEFORE SIENA- Earned four varsity letters at nearby Lansingburgh, and also played two years in seventh and eighth grade for Catholic Central...A three-time All-Area First Team selection, and a 2011 Troy Record "Dream Team" selection...Posted a batting average of .481 over her high school career...Also lettered in soccer as a defender...Chose Siena due to the campus and growing softball program.

PERSONAL-Megan Alexandria Volz was born Dec. 22, 1992...Daughter of James and Margaret...Plans to major in business...Has a younger brother Joseph and younger sister Kerry.


Major- Accounting

Minor- Writing and Communication

Where do you see yourself in another five years? Making millions

My favorite class at Siena- Accounting

My favorite spot on campus is- Wrap Shop

What I like most about Siena softball- Playing the games

My best Siena softball moment has been- When we swept Marist on Senior Day

My superstitions are: That I cannot wear ribbons

The player on the team who I relate to best is- Steph Viggiano because she's the same person as me, but skinnier

The funniest player on the team is- Mel because she's crazy

My most embarassing sport moment- Freshman year when Nastasha Powlowsky stole my jersey on our very first away trip to Maryland and made me tell the coaches I forgot my jersey at home.

My hidden talent- Figure skating

What is that one thing, you can't do without? Ice cream

If I could travel anywhere in the world, I would go to- Europe

The best player I ever played against- Jen Mineau

My biggest fear is- FOMO...fear of missing out

The best piece of advice I have gotten is- No great performance ever came from holding back.

The person who has helped me the most is- My parents

My Favorite...

Professional Athlete- Victor Cruz

Food- Ice cream

Flavor of ice cream- Mint chocolate chip

Pizza Toppings- Veggies

Color- Blue

Season- Spring

Holiday- Christmas Eve

Days of the Week- Saturday

Animal- Dog

TV Show- Friends

Actor/Actress- Vince Vaughn/ Jennifer Anniston

Movie- Wedding Crashers

Book- A Long Way Gone

LAJEUNESSE ON VOLZ - "We are looking for Megan to provide depth defensively at a number of positions. At the plate, her ability to hit line-drives to all fields with power will make her a tough out for any opposing pitcher. She has been working primarily as a corner outfielder. Her strong throwing arm, coupled with her range in the outfield, will help her see time this spring."