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NAME: Megan Zimmerman
SCHOOL: Cincinnati Country Day
SPORT(S): Basketball-Soccer-Lacrosse
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: Back-to-back state champions in soccer
BIRTHDATE: 8/4/2006
HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 5'9"-140 lbs.
RESIDENCE: Indian Hill
PARENT: James & Mary
FUTURE GOAL: Major in the STEM field in college

Versatile all-star athlete Megan Zimmerman, a senior at Cincinnati Country Day School, is part of CCD's multi-sport-playing triplets that include twin sister Elizabeth and brother Andrew.

In basketball, Megan is the fifth player in school history to score 1,000+ career points and has even gone over the 2,000-point mark. During the regular season, she led the MVC in scoring, averaging about 20 points a game, to go along with eight rebounds per game and 4.5 steals per game. Her numerous double-digit scoring games include those vs. Seven Hills (36 points), Williamsburg (32 points), Norwood (31 points), CHCA (29 points), and Providence School (28 points). She was this season's Southwest Ohio District Div. III Co-Player of the Year and first-team all-state. The Nighthawks ended the season with a 21-5 record and were regional semifinalists in Div. III.

Her siblings are also all-star basketball players. Sister Elizabeth averages about 15 points-six rebounds a game and was first-team SWO District Div. III. Andrew averages about 19 points-12 rebounds a game. He also is co-president of the senior class, is a Div. VI first-team all-state kicker for the football team and plays baseball for the Nighthawks. He was this season's MVC Basketball Player of the Year and second-team all-SWO District Div. III.

In soccer, midfielder Megan has been a key part in the team's back-to-back Ohio state championships. This past season, Meagan scored 29 goals and had 17 assists for 75 points and was named MVC Player of the Year., and first-team all-city Div. III by the Enquirer. She is also a finalist for Cincinnati Soccer Player of the Year by the Cincinnati High School Sports Awards.

Megan helped lead the Nighthawks to four district titles in addition to the back-to-back Div. III Ohio state soccer championships. A memorable moment was when she scored the game-winning goal in the state final game with an assist from her sister Elizabeth, who was Cincinnati Div. III Player of the Year (Enquirer), District Player of the Year and first-team all-state. Older sister Sarah plays soccer at Washington and Lee University, where both Megan and Elizabeth will be competing in college beginning next year.

A great student (4.4 GPA) who is a member of the Cum Laude Society and who is active in community service, Megan also is a four-year varsity Lacrosse player for the Nighthawks.

Her favorite athlete is Rose Lavalle, favorite entertainer is Zach Bryan, favorite book is The Hunger Games, favorite movie is Notting Hill and most-like-to-meet is Taylor Swift.

COACH'S QUOTE – “Megan is superior on and off the court! She excels at being a great captain and player, and her leadership shines when I hear her cheering on the younger players. Megan's determination and hard work are going to take her far in life! Way to go, Megan!”
— John Snell, Varsity Basketball Coach.

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