|High School:||San Marin|
AS A SENIOR IN 2008: Started in 17 matches in goal ... played 1438:40 minutes and tallied a 1.50 goals-against average and 62 saves ... earned three wins and three shutouts ... named All-WCC honorable mention ... ranked in three all-time and three single-season goalkeeping record books for the Broncos ... No. 3 all-time in saves (229) ... No. 6 all-time in shutouts (18) ... No. 8 all-time in goals-against average (1.02) ... No. 6 and No. 7 in single season saves (62 and 59, respectively) ... No. 9 in single season goals against average (0.65) ... started and played 69 minutes in season opener at San Jose State (Aug. 22) ... gave up first goal of the season against then No. 10 West Virginia (Aug. 29), had three saves in 101 minutes played ... posted nine saves on 11 shots vs. then-No. 5 Notre Dame (Aug. 31) ... posted five saves vs. then-No. 5 North Carolina (Sept. 14) ... earned the shutout vs. Yale (Sept. 21) ... named to the Santa Clara/adidas Classic All-Tournament team ... earned second shutout vs. then-No. 2 UCLA (Sept. 25) ... started in goal vs. then-No. 6 Stanford (Oct. 3), posted five saves in the first half ... posted five saves vs. Arizona (Oct. 5) ... had three saves vs. then-No. 20 San Diego (Oct. 12) ... played full 110 minutes vs. Saint Mary's (Oct. 17) ... earned the win over USF (Oct. 19) ... had one save at LMU (Oct. 24) ... started and had four saves against Pepperdine (Oct. 26) ... played first half at then-No. 3 Portland (Nov. 2) ... tallied four saves in 110 minutes played in shutout vs. Gonzaga (Nov. 8).
AS A JUNIOR IN 2007: Has served as the Broncos starting goalkeeper in all 21 contests this season ... compiled 93 saves for the season ... currently ranked third on the all-time saves list and eighth with 15 career shutouts ... tallied five saves against San Francisco (Nov. 4) ... posted three saves to help the Broncos to a 0-0 shutout of UCSB (Oct. 17) ... collected seven saves against then-No. 2 UCLA (Oct. 7) ... posted a season-best 12 saves to help SCU to a 0-0 tie of then-No. 1 Stanford (Oct. 5) ... helped the Broncos to a 4-0 victory over Cal Poly with four saves (Sept. 28) ... earned back-to-back shutouts against Arizona State and Arizona (Sept. 21 & 23) ... combined for six saves against Rutgers and Missouri (Sept. 14&16) ... had an impressive night against then-No. 2 Notre Dame, making seven saves (Sept. 7) ... posted six saves, playing in 90 minutes during the Season Opener against San Jose State (Aug. 31).
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2006: Started 16 matches in net ... named All-WCC Honorable Mention ... made 10 saves in 1-1 draw against Loyola Marymount on Oct. 13 ... notched seventh shutout in 2-0 win over San Diego on Oct. 8 ... posted sixth shutout and made eight saves in 2-0 win over Stanford on Sept. 30 ... made two saves and posted another shutout Sept. 22 against UCLA ... made five saves in 1-0 overtime win over Tennessee on Sept. 17 ... made six saves in 2-0 win over Texas A&M on Sept. 10 for another shutout ... made six combined saves in pair of 1-0 wins over Utah on Aug. 27 and Wake Forest on Aug. 25 to earn spot on Santa Clara adidas Classic All-Tournament team.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2005: Appeared in seven games, starting six in her rookie campaign ... went 4-0-0 with two shutouts and a goals-against average of 0.55 ... earned first collegiate win at San Jose State on Sept. 28, making five saves in a 2-1 win ... earned first shutout by making two saves in 2-0 win over Fresno State on Oct. 7.
NATIONAL TEAM EXPERIENCE: A member of the U19, U17 and U16 National Teams... alternate for U19 World Cup in Thailand... also a member of the U19 Region IV team.
CLUB TEAM: Played for the Central Marin Magic... captained the 2005 team.
HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year starter under coaches Jay Larson and Mike Carbone at San Marin High School in Novato, Calif... earned NSCAA/adidas All-America honors three straight years... named to the 2005 Parade Magazine All-America team... rated one of the top-25 college recruits for 2005 by Student Soccer Sports and by Soccer Buzz magazine... a two-time MCAL First Team All-League honoree... led team to league semifinals all four years... also ran cross country... was the individual MCAL League Champion and Runner of the Year in 2001... earned MCAL All-League honors... amassed a high school GPA of 3.8... a member of school's honor roll and band.
PERSONAL: Full name is Meagan Kelly McCray... born in Greenbrae, Calif... parents are James and Deborah McCray... has one brother, CJ, who attends the University of Colorado.... major is marketing.
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