Rider Field Hockey BIO
5 Megan Pisani

At Rider:
Secondary Education/Math major...team captain...graduated sixth on Rider's all-time scoring list
with 51 goals and 10 assists (112 points) despite not having a point as a rookie...despite being limited on the field by a hip injury early in her senior season, Pisani entered the Northeast Conference playoffs seventh in points and eighth in goals...her goals per game average was 34th in the NCAA...scored Rider's second goal in the NEC semifinal win over Saint Francis (Pa.)...had four shots and four goals, including the game-winner in a Rider win at Bucknell...also scored the game-winner in the final regular season game, a 2-0 NEC win at Saint Francis (Pa.)...scored twice in Rider's win over NEC-rival Robert Morris...as a junior, earned Northeast Conference Offensive Player of the Year and First Team All-NEC honors...NEC Scholar Athlete...NFHCA Academic Honor Roll...scored Rider's only goal in the NCAA Play-In at Albany...started 19 games and led the team in goals (16) and game-winning goals (five) and was second in points (35) and third in shots (65)...led the NEC and was 12th nationally in goals and was 19th in points...had four game-winning goals in NEC contests, coming against Robert Morris, Sacred Heart, Saint Francis (Pa.) and Monmouth...had her fourth career hat trick in the regular season finale against Saint Francis (Pa.), earning NEC Player of the Week honors...had two goals and an assist while totaling a season high 10 shots (eight on goal) against Robert Morris in an NEC win...First Team All-NEC honoree as a sophomore, starting all 19 games and set a Rider individual season record with 21 goals and 46 points...had nine game-winning goals including one in double-overtime to clinch the NEC regular season title against Lock Haven and notched another overtime goal in Rider's 2-1 win over La Salle...three-time NEC Player of the Week honoree and was twice honored by WomensFieldHockey.com...led the NEC in goals per game and game-winning goals and ranked ninth in the nation with 1.11 goals per game and 15th with 2.42 points per game...appeared in 18 of 20 games as a rookie, making one start against Villanova.

At West Windsor Plainsboro High School North:
Won the Most Outstanding Senior Athlete award and was the recipient of the Diana Rochford Memorial Scholarship...three year letterwinner in field hockey earning First Team CJFHCA honors...also earned three letters in basketball.

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Position: Forward
Height: 5'4"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Plainsboro, N.J.
High School: W. Windsor-Plainsboro North
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