Megan Creager
Megan Creager
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Milford, Ohio
High School: Milford
Major: Marketing

Career Notes: Finished her career ranked 10th in program history in birdies (75), 11th in career scoring average (82.0) and 12th in rounds played (76)…two-time member of the Horizon League All-Academic Team…one of nine players in school history to earn all-academic honors multiple times…three-time WGCA All-American Scholar...five-time member of the Horizon League Academic Honor Roll.

2018-19 (Senior): Participated in 10 tournaments and 21 rounds…named to the Horizon League All-Academic Team…averaged 81.4 strokes per round…earned two top-20 finishes and four in the top 25…finished tied for 18th at the NKU Fall Classic with a three-round total of 229 that featured two season-low rounds of 75…tied for 24th at the Roseann Schwartz Invitational with a two-round 160 (82-78)…posted a 2-1 record at the Motor City Cup Match Play event…tied for 15th at the Savannah State Spring Invitational with an 84…carded a single-round 84 to tie for 21st at the YSU Spring Invitational…earned her fourth letter.

2017-18 (Junior): Participated in all 10 tournaments and 23 rounds...averaged 81.7 strokes per round...named to the Horizon League All-Academic Team...earned two top-10 finishes and six in the top 25...was YSU's top finisher on three occasions...shot a career-low 74 to earn a first-place finish for the first time in her career at the Sand Ridge Shootout...finished eighth at the Marietta Pioneer Classic with a two-round total of 180 (95-85)...tied for 12th at Seminole State Spring Break with a 160 (82-78)...finished 16th at the Roseann Schwartz Invitational with a two-round 157 (79-78)...finished tied for 21st at the Shirley Spork EMU Invitational with a three-round total of 235 and a low round of 75...finished tied for 22nd at the Butler Fall Invitational with a 159 (77-82)...earned her third letter.

2016-17 (Sophomore): Participated in nine tournaments and 18 rounds...averaged 82.7 strokes per round...finished tied for 14th at the YSU Kickoff with a two round score of 156 (76-80)...finished tied for 18th at the NKU Fall Classic with a three-round score of 234 and a low round of 75...finished tied for 20th at the Roseann Schwartz Invitational with a two-round score of 164 (79-85)...finished tied for 15th at the YSU Spring Kickoff with a single round score of 84...earned her second letter. 

2015-16 (Freshman): Participated in 10 tournaments and 20 rounds...averaged 82.2 strokes per round...finished 17th at the Horizon League Championships with a three-round total of 246...had rounds of 86, 80 and 80 at the tournament...YSU counted all three rounds towards its team score...tied for 11th at the YSU Kickoff with a two-round 155 (76-79)...finished 11th at the Oakland Golden Grizzly Invitational with two-round 160 (79-81)...had a two-round total of 172 at the Roseann Schwartz Invitational...carded a three-round 246 at the Jackrabbit Invitational...posted a three-round total of 250 at the Bobby Nichols Intercollegiate...earned her first letter.

HIGH SCHOOL: A two-time Eastern Cincinnati Conference Player of the the Division I Ohio Golf Championships tied for 16th place with a 157 (79-78) playing as a a senior, won four tournaments, including firing a season-low 68 (two-under par) at the Fairfield Invitational...finished third at the district tournament and earned the final spot to state on the second hole of a playoff...had a stroke average of 74.8 per round.

PERSONAL: Major is the 2018-19 recipient of the Lester F. Donnell Scholarship.

More about Megan:

Why I chose YSU: I could see myself fitting into the school well. I was impressed by the campus and the facilities. I also loved the fact that I was going to a Division I school so that I could compete at the highest level. When I met with the team, all of the girls made me feel comfortable and like I belonged on the team. They were all friendly, supportive, and welcoming.

The best thing about Coach Miklos is: He puts in so much time and effort into building a strong team. Coach genuinely cares about each and every one of us.

The best thing about being a Penguin golfer: I mean who doesn’t want to be a Penguin?!?! Being a Penguin golfer allows me the opportunity to compete at the highest level and be in contention for the conference championship alongside my team.

The best thing about going to school at YSU is: Being a student-athlete offers me a lot of opportunities to excel in academics while still being able to compete. There is so much support and I feel at home on campus.

At 150 yards, I pull out my: 6 iron

My favorite club in my bag is: Anything that will get the ball in the hole.

My favorite golf course: Stonelick Hills Golf Club (Batavia, Ohio).

My favorite golfer: Rickie Fowler

My golf superstitions/rituals are: I always make sure I have 3 tees in my ponytail before my round.

Person I would love to play a round of golf with: Kris Bryant

My greatest sports moment: Winning a three-hole playoff during my senior year of high school to qualify for the Ohio state championship.

Best career competitive round: 68

Hobbies: Water skiing, wake boarding, snow skiing, and fitness

Post-college plans/ambitions: After I graduate from YSU, I will continue my education and get my Masters degree.