#4 Megan Eddings
As a junior (2009): Played in 15 games and started 12 at defender … Missed five of the first six games but rebounded to start the final 11 contests of the year … Part of defensive backline that shut out five conference foes … Finished the season with four shots, including shot on goal against Georgia (10/4).
As a sophomore (2008): Started in all 19 games and was part of a defensive backfield that produced six shutouts on the year … Named SEC Defensive Player of the Week (9/8) after helping lead team to a pair of wins over East Tennessee State (9/5) and Tennessee Tech (9/7). Eddings helped out on the offensive end as well, scoring the game-winning goal in the Commodores 3-0 win over ETSU. It was her first collegiate score … Ended the season with 10 shots, with a season best two against Florida (10/3).
As a freshman (2007): Played in 17 games with 15 starts.
High school/club: Helped lead Horizon Hill HS team to 2004 Arizona 5A State Championship… Named 2004 All-Region alternate… Scored winning goal in overtime at 2003 Regionals… Played for Greensboro Twisters and Senero 89 Golden Eagles White… Twisters were 2006 North Carolina State Champions… Golden Eagles were National finalists in 2005, Region IV Semi-Finalists in 2003… Arizona State Champions in 2003.
Personal: Megan Eddings… Born 9/21/88 in St. Louis, Mo…. Parents are Gentry and Patricia Eddings… Youngest of four children … Has brother, Gentry, and two sisters, Amber and Lindsay… Human and Organizational Development (HOD) major … Most memorable moment in soccer was winning the State Cup in 2006.