Meghan Sheehan-Dizon Athlete Profile

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Meghan Sheehan-Dizon

Height: 5-9 Class: Senior Roster Years: 2011-2015 Hometown: Murrieta, CA Last School: Murrieta Valley High School

Personal:

  • Majoring in broadcast journalism
  • Has two brothers and one sister
  • Brother Corey played tennis in college
  • Recruited by NAU, BU, SJSU and SDSU

Before BYU:

  • Ranked No. 117 Nationally
  • Ranked No. 25 in Southern California
  • Reached the finals of the 2011 sectionals in doubles
  • Undefeated in league play in 2011 (53-0)
  • Southwest League singles champion in 2010 and 2011
  • First-team all-league for four years
  • Led Murrieta Valley High School to its first CIF semifinals in school history

Stats

Year Singles Doubles
2011-12 21-14 20-11
2012-13 12-17 15-13
2013-14 12-18 15-12
Career 45-49 50-36


2011-2012 | Freshman Year

  • Went 8-5 in singles and 5-4 in doubles during fall tournament play
  • Was undefeated at home during the season
  • Had a seven-match winning streak during the spring
  • Posted 22 singles wins during the year, tying for a team-high
  • Played at the No. 1 doubles position most of the year with partner Megan Price
  • Had a team-best 14-7 doubles record when playing with Price
  • Named to the WCC Commissioner's Bronze Honor Roll

2012-2013 | Sophomore Year

  • Earned a team-high six wins with doubles partner Desiree Tran during the fall season
  • Stated the regular season with four straight wins
  • Split time at the No. 1, 2 and 3 singles positions during regular season play
  • Named to the All-WCC Second Team in singles and doubles
  • Finished the last five matches at the No. 1 singles position

2013-2014 | Junior Year

  • Won the singles title at the BYU Invitational
  • Won the doubles title with Mayci Jones at the BYU Invitational
  • Compiled 7-3 singles record in fall
  • Named WCC Doubles Team of the Week with teammate Morgan Anderson-Littlewood March 19
  • Beat opponent in upset win against No. 38 Saint Mary's, 6-3, 6-0
  • Played at No. 2 and No. 3 singles
  • Assembled a stifling 10-1 record with doubles partner Morgan Anderson-Littlewood, going 7-1 in conference play
  • All-WCC Honorable Mention in doubles with teammate Anderson-Littlewood