|Hometown:||Arroyo Grande, Calif.|
|High School:||Arroyo Grande|
AS A JUNIOR IN 2006: Named to All-WCC First Team ... started at forward in 18 of the 20 matches in which she has appeared ... led the team with 11 goals and 25 points ... assisted on a goal on Oct. 29 against San Francisco ... scored the go-ahead goal on Oct. 19 in 3-2 win over Portland ... netted her 10th goal of the season in 1-1 tie at Loyola Marymount on Oct. 13 ... scored her ninth goal of the season and assisted on two others in 6-0 win over San Jose State on Oct. 4 ... netted her eighth goal on Sept. 30 against Stanford ... named WCC Co-Player of the Week for week of Sept. 18-24 after scoring two goals in 3-0 win over No. 3 UCLA ... also named to Soccer America's National Team of the Week ... came off bench to deliver game-winner in 1-0 overtime win over Tennessee on Sept. 17 ... scored a goal in four consecutive matches from Sept. 1-10, becoming only eighth Bronco player to pull off the feat ... those goals came against Harvard on Sept. 1, Notre Dame on Sept. 3, Connecticut on Sept. 8, and Texas A&M on Sept. 10 ... was named WCC Player of the Week for week of Sept. 4-10 and to the Soccer America and Soccer Buzz National Teams of the Week after her performances at UCLA Women's Cup ... named to Notre Dame adidas Classic All-Tournament team.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2005: Started 19 of 23 matches ... scored five goals and had a team-leading six assists ... assisted on first goal against Notre Dame on Sept. 9 ... had a goal and an assist in 2-1 win over Saint Louis on Sept. 23 ... netted a goal in each of the first two NCAA Tournament games.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2004: Started two contests at forward, six in the defense and saw action in 23 contests... netted one goal and two assists for four points... made collegiate debut at Cal Poly... came off the bench and took one shot... scored first collegiate goal in the 34th minute against Rhode Island... corner kick bent into goal... assisted on second goal against Yale... assisted on third goal against No. 7 California... saw time at forward at San Francisco.
NATIONAL TEAM EXPERIENCE: An U19 National Team Pool member... a member of the U17 National Team... earned first cap against Germany.
CLUB TEAM: Was named the 2002 Player of the Year for Futbol Club Santa Barbara.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played under coach Debbie Dorney at Arroyo Grande (Calif.) High School... advanced to the CIF second round... was also a first team All-League honoree on the cross country and track & field teams in 2001, advancing to the CIF finals in cross country.
PERSONAL: Full name is Meagan Leigh Snell... born in Colorado Springs, Colo... parents are James and Cyndi Lang... has three siblings... spent summer of 2005 coaching soccer camps in Santa Barbara... also enjoyed three weeks of vacation in Hawaii... major is communication.
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