Megan Woods Commits to DIII Miserecordia University

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Megan Woods, an incoming high school senior from Quakertown, Pennsylvania, has committed to swim for Division III Misericordia University in Dallas, Pennsylvania. Woods will graduate from Quakertown Community High School in spring 2021 and join the Cougar’s class of 2025.

Woods is a current swimmer for the Upper Perkiomen Valley YMCA along with swimming for her high school at Quakertown Community. She was recently awarded the Most Courageous Athlete Award for the Pennridge and Quakertown school disctricts.

“I chose Misericordia University because not only does the school have a strong program for my major, but the swim team environment is something that I knew I wanted to be a part of from the moment I stepped on the pool deck and on campus for my recruit trip.”

Top SCY Times

  • 50 freestyle – 30.05
  • 100 freestyle – 1:05.57
  • 100 backstroke – 1:09.36
  • 100 butterfly – 1:10.83

At the MAC Championships this year, the Cougars finished 2nd overall. Seven team members were also named to the Academic All-MAC team.

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