11 - Meghan Latonick
Meghan Latonick
Height: 5-8
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Severna Park, Md.
High School: Archbishop Spalding
Position: DEFENSE

As a Junior in 2008:

Started in all 16 games for the Bobcats... Finished the season with seven points on two goals and five assists... Recorded three assists in the season-opening win over Iona College on Feb. 27... Scored first goal of the season against Harvard on March 16... Scored second goal of the season at Long Island on March 28... Collected two ground balls against UConn on March 4... Picked up another two ground balls against Mount St. Mary’s in the first round of the NEC Tournament... Compiled nine ground balls, eight draw controls and four caused turnovers.

 

As a Sophomore in 2007:

Played in 16 games with three starts... Finished eighth on the team in scoring with 14 points on eight goals and six assists... Had six ground balls and 15 ground balls... Had three caused turnovers. 

As a freshman in 2006:
Appeared in all 16 games...finished the season with 17 goals and 2 assists for 19 points...ranked second among freshman for total goals and total points...four goals in one game is a team high among freshmen...scored her first career goal in her first career game in a 10-8 loss at Vermont on Mar. 5...had four goals and four points, both career highs, vs. Robert Morris on Mar. 24 in a 16-9 win...accumulated another three points (two goals and an assist) in the 16-1 romp over St. Francis (PA) on Mar. 26...career-best three caused turnovers at Mount St. Mary[apos]s on Mar. 31 in a 12-11 overtime victory...set a career-high with three draw controls vs. CCSU in a 14-7 win on Apr. 9 and finished with her third career multi-point game with a goal and an assist...set a career-high with three ground balls and had her third consecutive multi-goal game and fourth multi-point contest at Long Island in the 18-9 victory to send the Bobcats to the NEC Tournament...matched her career-best with three gound balls in the 9-7 victory over UC-Davis on Apr. 17...tallied a goal and scooped up another career-best three gound balls in the 12-5 loss to Sacred Heart on Apr. 21.

Before Quinnipiac
Played lacrosse, field hockey and basketball all four years at Archbishop Spalding...voted Second Team All-Conference in field hockey in 2003 and First Team All-Conference in 2004...lacrosse team won a championship in 2002...brother, Matt, plays lacrosse at Towson University...father, Leo, played basketball at Navy.

Personal:
Daughter of Susan and Leo Latonick...has two older brothers, Matthew and Michael, and a twin sister, Katie, who also plays on the team...is an undeclared major.