Congratulations Meg Dillon, Indiana University!

Commitment story by PhilaFH:

Class of 2020
Villa Maria Academy High School
The Mainline Mayhem Field Hockey Club

College Commitment: Indiana University
NCAA Division I / BIG 10
committed June 2019

Will major in: Biology

On choosing Indiana: “I chose Indiana University because along with the up and coming field hockey program, the campus has already started to feel like home. I feel confident that I will find my place at Indiana academically and continue to grow my love for the game at the collegiate level.”

Other colleges considered: Bucknell University, American University, and the University of Massachusetts.

Field hockey honors: 2nd Team All-Area, 2017 PIAA State Champions,

Other activities: Lacrosse, Student Council, currently employed at Duck Donuts

Other honors: 1st Honors (1st and 2nd semester; junior year)

Best field hockey moment: “When my high school team won the PIAA State Championship in 2017. This has been the highlight of my career because I was able to compete with the best teams in the state. Being able to come on top with a lot of eyes watching was such a thrilling experience and feeling that I will never forget.”

Field hockey goals: “My goals as a field hockey player are to continue extending my passion for the game and sharing it with others. I want to make an impact on team performance by being the best athlete I can be with hard work, positivity, consistency, and having fun!”

Dillon’s shout-out: “I would like to thank my parents and family, for their continuous love and support throughout my field hockey career and for sacrificing many hours so that I could do what I love. I would like to thank my coaches Katie Evans, Alex McMahan, and Daan Poulders for their efforts on and off the field that have made me a better person and athlete. As well as their guidance, wisdom, and sportsmanship that I hope to carry into college. Finally, I would like to thank my teammates from high school to club, for their support and making this sport most memorable.”