|PREVIOUS SCHOOL||Timber Creek Regional HS|
As A Junior (2013) | Game-By-Game Stats
As A Sophomore (2012) | Game-By-Game Stats
Started all 21 games as a defender … tallied an assist in the 2-1 victory over Wisconsin-Green Bay (Aug. 24) … recorded an assist in the win over Northern Kentucky (Sept. 30) … scored the game-winning goal against Jacksonville (Nov. 2) on a penalty kick in the semifinals in the A-Sun Tournament … helped FGCU to its second-straight A-Sun Tournament title and third-straight regular season title.
As A Freshman (2011) | Game-By-Game Stats | A-Sun All-Conference Teams
Named to the Atlantic Sun Conference All-Freshman Team … played in 20 games, starting nine … finished with 11 points on four goals, three assists and 10 shots on goal … came on the scene early, scoring two goals in her first three games, including the game-winner at Davidson (Aug. 28) … added the game-winning assist in a 1-0 double-overtime win against Duquesne (Sept. 2) … scored the game-tying goal in a 3-2 comeback victory at FIU (Sept. 9) … played all nine conferences games with a goal against USC Upstate (Oct. 14) and added an assist against UNF (Sept. 23) … played a season-high 91 minutes against then-No. 15 UCF (Sept. 18) ...helped FGCU win its first-ever A-Sun Tournament title.
The all-time leading goal scorer (33) at Timber Creek Regional … was a first team All-Conference selection in 2007, 2009 and 2010 … named to the Courier Post All-Group 3 first team, Philadelphia Inquirer All-South Jersey first team and the SJSCA All-South Jersey first team after her senior season … named to the All-State third team after leading her team to the South Jersey Group 3 Soccer Championship … played club for Cherry Hill FC Power and coach Neil Condon.
Born Feb. 24, 1993 … daughter of Greg and Trish Arnold … three siblings: Matthew, Jacob and Megan … Megan runs cross country and track at UMBC … member of the National Honor Society (NHS) … chose FGCU for its beautiful campus and a place to continue her education … resort and hotel hospitality major.