2004: All-Big Ten first team selection ... Academic All-Big Ten ... voted team captain for a second straight season ... shared leadership duties with senior Lauren Sesselmann ... a versatile athlete, played and started at outside back, outside midfield and forward ... left Purdue as its all-time leader with 84 matches played ... is only one of four Boilermakers (Annette Kent, Mary Masck and Jennie Moppert) to play in over 80 matches ... broke program record for matches played with start against Ohio State (11/4) in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament ... was one of only two Boilermakers (Shauna Stapleton) to play and start all 20 matches ... set personal season bests in several offensive categories, including shots, shots on goal, goals and points scored ... finished tied for third on the team with five points scored ... was the first and only Big Ten player to score against Penn State (9/26) during the regular season ... scored against the Nittany Lions in the eighth minute off a midfield assist from Parrissa Eyorokon ... was her first goal since scoring at Iowa on 10/20/02 ... scored her second goal of the season in the 18th minute against Northwestern (10/17) ... was assisted by Jill Sarbaugh from the left side and one-timed her shot past NU keeper Whitney Jones ... lone assist was provided to Lori Arnold in 2-0 win at Indiana State (10/24) ... took ball to the end line, before dropping it back to Arnold in the goal box ... goal was scored in the fifth minute and proved to be the game-winner.
2003: Academic All-Big Ten ... Tri-Captain for 2003 ... credited with a team save in Purdue's 1-0 win over Indiana (11/6) at the Big Ten Tournament ... save helped preserve the Boilermakers' shutout victory ... recorded a season-high three shots on goal against Illinois (10/19) ... picked up first point of season on an assist to Crystal Rivas against Iowa (10/5) ... started game against Hawkeyes at midfield and played 56 minutes ... was her first start since 9/21 against Wisconsin ... instrumental in helping Purdue preserve its shutout over the Evansville Purple Aces (9/14), forcing the opposition into taking several bad shots.
2002: Academic All-Big Ten ... competed in and started all 22 matches ... played over 1,200 minutes ... scored Purdue's first goal in 2-1 victory at Iowa ... assisted on Tari St. John's goal against Northwestern ... recorded a season-high two shots on goal vs. Ball State ... registered three shots in overtime contest at Oakland and against Ball State.
2001: Saw time in all 19 games, starting five ... recorded 806 minutes on the field ... scored one goal and tallied one assist for three points ... took eight shots with five on goal for a 62.5 shot on goal percentage ... scored her first collegiate goal, unassisted, at Minnesota in the Boilermakers' 3-0 shutout on Oct. 7 ... recorded her only assist of the year and first collegiate point on the road at Portland State on Sept. 9 with Krystal Pepper's goal in the 28th minute ... part of all seven Purdue shutouts and all three tie games.
High School: Earned four varsity soccer and track letters ... soccer MVP as a freshman ... all-conference as a junior and senior ... all-state as a senior ... member of 2000 conference championship team ... track all-conference honorable mention as a sophomore ... two-time track all-conference ... track MVP as a junior ... four-event state track qualifier as a junior ... member of Dakota Gold Dynasty and St. Paul Blackhawks club teams ... two-time Blackhawks co-captain ... team won the 1999 Dana Cup in Denmark, 2000 President's Day Cup and 2000 USA Cup ... National Honor Society member.
Personal: Given name is Meghan Dybvig ... born Dec. 9, 1982 ... enrolled in the School of Liberal Arts ... enjoys art ... parents are Bruce and Joan Dybvig ... has an older brother, Eric, and a younger brother, Ross.