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MEGAN CAMPBELL - Soccer - Florida State Seminoles

Player profile


* All-ACC Second Team (2015)
* ACC All-Tournament team (2014)
* NSCAA Southeast All-Region Second Team (2013)
* All-ACC Second Team (2013)
* Weekly Honors: TopDrawerSoccer Team of the Week (10/24/13)
* ACC All-Academic Team (2013, 2014)
* ACC Academic Honor Roll (2013-14)


* Appeared in 14 games in her final season at Florida State as the Seminoles earned their third consecutive ACC Championship.
* Reached the College Cup every season of her career, as Florida State made its fifth consecutive trip to the national semifinals and the ninth appearance overall.
* Finished with eight points with a goal and six assists, ending the season ranked fifth on the team in assists despite missing 11 games of the season.
* Ranked fourth in the ACC with 0.43 assists per game.
* Ended her career with 31 assists, tied with Carson Pickett for second place in FSU history. Twelve of those assists came in the NCAA Tournament, setting a school record for postseason assists.
* Key member of the FSU defense that recorded three separate consecutive scoreless streaks of over 400 minutes this season – 503:39 (September 24 to October 17), 472:40 (September 4 to 24) and 415:45 (November 8 to December 4).
* Converted the fourth penalty kick for FSU, enabling the Noles to defeat No. 1 Virginia, 7-6 in PKs, to earn the school’s third consecutive ACC Championship and fourth title overall.
* Helped Florida State set two NCAA Tournament records in 2015 with 10 consecutive postseason shutouts and a consecutive scoreless streak of 931:47 minutes of match time. These surpassed the previous marks of eight shutouts and 829:31 set by North Carolina in 2003-04.
* Florida State tied for the ACC lead with 15 shutouts on the season, and the 60% shutout percentage ranked No. 10 in the NCAA.
* Earned an assist in the first two games she played this season against Grand Canyon and Clemson.
* Scored the fourth goal of her career at Louisville on October 17 and also added an assist.
* Aided on Dallas Dorosy’s first half goal against NC State on October 8.
* Registered an assist in each of FSU’s 5-0 victories in the NCAA Tournament – South Alabama on November 20 and Texas A&M on November 27.


* Played in 21 games and made 18 starts in her second season as a Seminole as Florida State won its first NCAA National Championship in program history.
* Finished second on the team with 12 assists, ranking fourth all-time in a single season in FSU history. It also marked the first time that an FSU player registered double-digit assists in consecutive seasons (13 in 2013).
* Her 12 assists also ranked No. 4 in the ACC on the season and were 14th-best in the NCAA in 2014.
* Set a career high and tied an FSU record with three assists against South Alabama in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Nov. 14.
* Tallied six game-winning assists (Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, Syracuse, Virginia Tech, Duke and South Alabama)
* The six game-winning assists rank No. 2 all-time in FSU history, trailing Jessica Price who recorded seven in 2012.
* Five of her 12 assists came in ACC play, tied for second-most in an FSU single season, just behind her six ACC assists from the 2013 season.
* Posted four assists in the six games of the 2014 NCAA Tournament, improving her career total to 10 to set an FSU record.
* A member of the FSU backline that finished second in the country in goals-against average (0.34) and fourth in shutout percentage (0.73).
* The Florida State defense ended the season with seven consecutive shutouts and had not allowed a goal in the final 630:03 of the year.
* Scored two goals on the season – in the 17th minute against Louisville and another in the 27th minute of the ACC Tournament semifinal against Notre Dame. Both goals were game-winning goals.
* Assisted on both goals of a 2-0 win against Duke on October 31 – sending a long ball down to Berglind Thorvaldsdottir in the 36th minute who found Marta Bakowska-Mathews on a cross to open the scoring. Then in the 85th minute, she slipped the ball to Dagny Brynjarsdottir behind the backline where her shot went off the keepers hands and into the net.


* Made 25 starts in her first season at Florida State.
* Led the team in assists with 13 – the second highest single-season assist total in school history – and tied for the most game-winning assists on the team with four.
* Became just the seventh Seminole to register double-digit assists in a season and first since Jessica Price performed the feat with 10 in 2012.
* Six of her 13 assists came against ACC foes during the regular season to establish the FSU single-season record for assists in ACC play surpassing the previous record of five set by Casey Short and Sarah Wagenfuhr in 2008.
* Finished the season ranked nationally in assists (7th) and assists per game (27th – 0.52)…ranked second in the ACC in assists and third in assists per game.
* Led all players in the ACC in league games only in assists per game at 0.60…finished tied for second with six assists.
* Ranked fifth on the team in minutes played (2,236) and was one of eight Seminoles to play over 2,000 minutes in 2013.
* Part of the Seminole backline that finished the season ranked in the top 25 nationally in goals against average (11th – .551) and shutout percentage (23rd – 0.536).
* Helped lead FSU to 15 shutouts including five during the postseason when combining both ACC Tournament (2 games) and NCAA Tournament (3 games) matches.
* The Seminoles closed out the 2013 season allowing just 16 goals, the third fewest allowed in school history, while establishing the school record for goals against average at 0.55.
* First career point came on the road at Florida assisting on Dagny Brynjarsdottir’s second goal in a 3-0 victory over the Gators in Gainesville.
* Posted game-winning assists at Duke and at Syracuse and at home against Notre Dame and Boston College in the NCAA Tournament.
* The game-winning assist at Duke came off a free kick in the 87th minute to give Florida State its first-ever win in Durham in 10 all-time meetings.
* Tallied assists in four straight matches finding goal scorers against Boston College, Syracuse, Pittsburgh and Maryland…her assist at Syracuse came in overtime in a 1-0 victory over the Orange.
* First career multi-point game came in the first round of the NCAA Tournament establishing career-highs for points (4) and assists (2)…also found the back of the net off a free kick in the 21st minute against the Jaguars for her first collegiate goal.
* Finished the NCAA Tournament second on the team with eight points on a goal and six assists…recorded assists in FSU’s first five matches in leading the Seminoles to a berth in the national finals.
* Her six assists tied for fourth all-time at Florida State for career assists in the NCAA Tournament.
* First career multi-assist game came in the first round against South Alabama finding Kassey Kallman and Nora Kervroedan for a goal…became one of 11 Seminoles all-time to register multiple assists in an NCAA Tournament match.
* Credited with the game-winning assist on a double passing combination from Marta Bakowska- Mathews that found Kassey Kallman for the eventual game-winner in the 35th minute of a 4-0 victory over Boston College in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament.
* Was part of a double assist on Jamia Fields’ first goal against Virginia Tech in the College Cup semifinals – the goal came in the 57th minute to give the Seminoles a 2-1 lead.
* Eight points in the NCAA Tournament tied for the third most nationally, while her six assists led all players.


* Earned 24 caps playing with the Irish Full National Team (Republic of Ireland) and has scored one goal.
* Participating in qualification for 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada with Full National Team.
* Recorded over 35 underage caps with the U-17 and U-19 Irish National Teams scoring a combined five goals.
* Earned a U-17 European silver medal with Ireland in 2010…scored the only goal of the game in the semifinal against Germany from 45 yards to advance Ireland to the World Cup.
* Competed at the 2010 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup leading the Republic of Ireland to the quarterfinals…scored a goal, the game-winner, against Ghana in group play to advance the Irish into the knockout stage.


* Played with Raheny United for four seasons.
* Captured the 2013 Women’s National League title and FAI Cup with Raheny United in 2013.
* Participated in two championship league tournaments with Saint Francis FC.


* Daughter of Eamon and Suzanne Campbell…has three sisters Jaymee, Dawn and Jade.
* Has a cousin who plays professionally with the West Ham United Football Club…granddad Eamonn Campbell is a famous musician from `The Dubliners’.
* Majoring in social science.