Name: Meghan Heary
What does Shaping Kids’ Lives Through Sports mean to you?
“Sports are really beneficial in all aspects of kids lives in their development. I think it’s really important for them to learn their skills and grow as an athlete, but also have fun, build teamwork, and make connections with friends.”
Meghan started playing field hockey in the 3rd grade. She went on to play at Bishop Shanahan high school, located in the Philadelphia area. She also played club field hockey for Nook Field Hockey Club. In college she played for York College a DIII school in Pennsylvania. At York, Meghan was named Second Team All-Capitol Athletic Conference, as well as being a part of the NFHCA Division III National Academic Squad.
Meghan started coaching summer youth field hockey in high school and throughout college. She currently is the assistant coach for the York College Field Hockey team while also coaching with Koa.
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