2015 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Participant
2014 U-20 New Zealand Women’s National Team
2014 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2013 New Zealand Women’s National Team
2013 TopDrawerSoccer.com Freshman Best XI Second Team
2013 Second-Team All-SEC
2013 TopDrawerSoccer.com Top 100 Freshmen (17)
2013 LSWA Honorable Mention All-Louisiana
2013 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
JUNIOR SEASON (2015)
Enjoyed a healthy season for the first time in her collegiate career while appearing in all 23 matches as a junior in 2013 … Made 20 starts for a team that returned to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2011 and fifth time in school history … Cracked the lineup as the team’s starting left back throughout the season … Started all 11 matches in SEC play while helping the Tigers finish seventh on the final league table with a 5-4-2 mark and 17 points in conference play … Also a catalyst in LSU’s run to the SEC Tournament semifinals to secure a first-round berth into the NCAA Tournament … Member of LSU’s defensive unit that finished the season with a 1.21 goals against average while conceding 29 goals to opponents in 2015 … Helped the Tigers keep six clean sheets in defense on the season, including home non-conference wins against Minnesota, Indiana and 15th-ranked Duke and back-to-back SEC wins against Mississippi State and Arkansas during the conference season … Tigers also played Vanderbilt to a scoreless draw in the league… Attempted five shots with one shot on goal on the season … Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for the second-straight season … Earned her third varsity letter.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2014)
Made 15 starts in 17 appearances during her sophomore season in 2014 … Started nine matches in her 10 appearances against SEC opposition … Split time between the back line as LSU’s starting left back and along the front line as a left-sided forward … Scored two goals and served up one assist for five points on the offensive end of the field in 2014 … Scored a brilliant 30-yard chip in the 39th minute of LSU’s thrilling 4-3 victory over BYU in a match played at South Field in Provo, Utah, on Sept. 11 … Also scored one of the Goals of the Season in LSU’s 3-3 home draw with Arkansas in conference play on a 60-yard dribble and finish in the 60th minute of play … Assisted Natalia Gomez-Junco’s goal in the 48th minute of LSU’s 2-0 shutout of Mississippi State to help lead the Tigers to their first SEC victory of the season … Attempted 12 shots with six shots on target for a .500 shots on goal percentage during the season … A defensive leader for the Tigers who helped the team post a 1.76 goals against average while conceding 36 goals to LSU’s opponents during the 2014 season … Helped the Tigers pitch four shutouts on the year against Troy, Nicholls and Stephen F. Austin during the non-conference season and Mississippi State in SEC play … Debuted for the Tigers in 2014 in the team’s third match of the season at home against the Rice Owls on Aug. 31 during the non-conference season after leading New Zealand into the quarterfinal round of the 2014 FIFA Under-20 Women’s World Cup … Missed the first two games of the season due to a slight concussion suffered in New Zealand’s quarterfinal match at the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup … Also missed LSU’s season finale against Auburn through injury … Honored for her academic performance as a member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll for the first time in her collegiate career … Earned her second varsity letter.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2013)
The most versatile member of the team while playing as a forward, midfielder and defender during her freshman season in 2013 … Honored as a Second-Team All-SEC selection with her performance during the conference season … The No. 17-ranked freshman in the NCAA on the TopDrawerSoccer.com Top 100 Freshmen list released after the season … Also honored by TopDrawerSoccer.com as a second-team selection to its “Freshman Best XI” team for 2013 … Made 12 appearances with 11 starts during her rookie season in 2013 … Scored one goal and dished out three assists for five points on the campaign … Scored the game-winning Golden Goal in the 103rd minute of LSU’s 3-2 double overtime win against Mississippi State on Sept. 29 … Also assisted Summer Clarke’s goal to open the scoring for the Tigers against Mississippi State for a season-high three points in the victory … Also assisted Clarke’s opening goals in a 5-3 win at Arkansas on Oct. 4 and a 2-1 overtime win at Alabama on Oct. 6 to help lead the Tigers to a rare weekend road sweep in SEC play … Finished the season with 21 shots and 11 shots on goal on the offensive end … Did not play in eight games during the 2013 season … Called up for international duty with the New Zealand Women’s National Team as the Football Ferns played the world’s No. 1-ranked United States in a two-game friendly series late in the collegiate season … Missed two SEC matches against Georgia at home on Oct. 25 and 23rd-ranked Kentucky on the road on Oct. 27 while playing with New Zealand’s Football Ferns … Earned her first career international cap at the senior level as a late substitution in New Zealand’s 1-1 draw against the United States while playing at Crew Stadium in Columbus, Ohio, on Oct. 30 … Missed the first six games of the season while recovering from an ankle injury suffered in LSU’s preseason exhibition match against Nicholls State … Competed throughout the 2014 spring season with New Zealand’s Under-20 squad in preparation for the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Canada … Highlighted her spring season with a two-match tour of Brazil for a pair of matches against Brazil’s U-20 national team … Featured for New Zealand at the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Canada in August 2014 prior to the start of her sophomore season ... Named to the SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll for her outstanding performance in the classroom as a freshman ... Earned her first varsity letter.
PRIOR TO LSU
One of the bright young stars in New Zealand football … A talented left back and left winger who received an invitation to train with the senior New Zealand Women’s National Team in 2013 in preparation for the Cypress Cup … Also invited to compete with the senior Football Ferns on an international tour with matches against Australia and Japan in June 2013 … Marked her first experience training with the Senior Football Ferns … Represented her country as a member of the U-17 New Zealand Women’s National Team from 2010-12 … Competed with the Young Football Ferns in group play at the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup held in Trinidad & Tobago in 2010 under head coach Dave Edmondson and Azerbaijan in 2012 under head coach Paul Temple … Started all three group play matches against Brazil, Japan and Mexico at the 2012 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup … Earned 15 international caps as a member of the U-17 New Zealand Women’s National Team through the 2012 season, including six caps in 2010 and nine caps in 2012 … Scored her first international goal against Papua New Guinea in a U-17 Women’s World Cup qualifier played on April 13, 2012, within one minute from the opening kickoff … Also played with the Northern Football Federation in her home country of New Zealand … Helped guide the Northern Football Federation to the National Women’s Youth League championship in New Zealand in 2011 … Also helped the squad win a national championship at the U-13 level in 2007 … A veteran of the club program at Lynn Avon United … Scored 22 goals in 13 games while playing for Lynn Avon United during the 2012 season … Coached at the club level by Mauro Denoso … Also a star athlete during her prep career at Massey High School … Coached by her father, Guy Lee, as a member of the soccer team at Massey High School … Honored as the Senior Sportswoman of the Year at Massey High School in 2011 and 2012 … Also honored as the Sportswoman of the Year for her class in 2008, 2009 and 2010 … Helped Massey High School earn a berth into the New Zealand’s national top 32 tournament for the first time in school history in 2009 while earning a 28th-place finish … Also helped Massey High School finish in 23rd place in 2011 before the team took 19th place in 2012 in the national top 32 tournament … Did not compete in the event in 2012 as she prepared to represent New Zealand in the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup … Was also a standout in track and field and touch rugby at the high school level … Crowned the Auckland Region High School Senior 100-meter and 200-meter champion as her region’s premier sprinter … Helped guide her team to the touch rugby regional championship for the 2008 season.
Full name is Megan Frances Lee … Born on Feb. 7, 1995 … Parents are Guy and Karen Lee … Has one older sister, Sarah, and one younger brother, Mathew … Honored for her academic performance with the top grade in sport science at Massey High School … Majoring in kinesiology with a concentration in fitness studies.