#14 Megan Kinsella
As a junior (2009): Played 17 games and started 13 at midfield … Finished fifth on the team in scoring with three goals and two assists (eight points) … Scored goals against Saint Louis (8/22), Murray State (8/30) and Mississippi State (10/22), the latter two being eventual game-winners … Registered assists against Mississippi State (10/22) and Kentucky (10/30) … Finished with 16 shots, 12 on goal for a .750 shot on goal percentage, highest on the team among players with more than two shots… Missed three games in the middle of the season with a knee injury but recovered to contribute down the stretch … Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll.
As a sophomore (2008): Started in all 19 games in the midfield … finished second on the team in scoring with four goals and three assists (11 points) … scored goals against East Tennessee State (9/5), South Carolina (10/5), Tennessee (10/12) and Mississippi State (10/26) … had assists against UAB (9/21), South Carolina (10/5) and Arkansas (10/19) … scored game winning goal against the Lady Vols in Knoxville … Finished with 29 shots, including 18 on goal for a .621 shot on goal percentage, highest on the team … SEC Academic Honor Roll.
As a freshman (2007): Played in 17 games… made her Commodore debut on Sept. 2 against Texas Tech… had one assist on the year against College of Charleston (9/23).
High school/club: A defender from St. Agnes Academy in Memphis, Tenn. … She helped lead St. Agnes to state title and No. 3 national ranking with a 23-0 record … She was the team MVP in 2004 and was a three time all-state selection from 2004-06 … She led St. Agnes in scoring with 26 goals and 16 assists as a senior in 2006.
Personal: Megan Helene Kinsella … Born 11/10/88 in St. Louis, Mo. … Parents are Pete and Angela Kinsella … a medicine, health and society major … Has one brother, Peter, and five sisters (twin- Molly who also plays at Vanderbilt), Maureen, Michelle, Madeline and Mary Kate … Lists greatest sports moment as winning club state and then following it by helping St. Agnes win first ever state high-school championship.