GNAC All-Academic (2010, 2011)
GNAC All-Sportsmanship (2010)
2011: Started all 12 games…netted 13 goals and five assists for 18 total points…chipped in with 21 ground balls, seven caused turnovers and three draw controls…selected as a team tri-captain…named as the Monks’ GNAC All-Sportsmanship Team representative for the second consecutive season…netted career-highs of three goals, two assists and five total points in a 16-5 win over Thomas College on March 24th…scored the game-winner in a 13-8 triumph over Husson on March 28th…picked up a season-high five ground balls in a 14-8 loss to Southern Maine on April 12th…tallied two goals and an assist versus Emmanuel College on April 13th…netted her first career man-up marker in a loss to Emerson College on April 16th.
2010: Started all 15 games for the Monks…tallied nine goals and five assists with 30 ground balls and five draw controls...scored the game-winner against Mount Ida College on March 26th…registered two goals and two assists in an 18-13 victory over Simmons College on April 7th…corralled eight ground balls in a win over Saint Joseph (Conn.) on April 10th…netted a pair of markers against Rivier College on April 16th…selected as the Monks’ GNAC All-Sportsmanship representative.
2009: Started in 14 games...netted five goals and dished out one assist...gathered 17 ground balls...scored her first collegiate goal against Thomas College on March 25th.
High School: Played four years of varsity lacrosse for Deb Henry at Westbrook High School...named to the All-American Academic Lacrosse Team in 2007 and 2008...played in the SMAA Senior All-Star game in 2008.
Personal: Megan Louise Cutter, born on December 29, 1989 in Portland, Maine...daughter of Earl and Judy Cutter...majoring in Exercise Science.