|Title:||Volunteer Assistant Coach|
Megan Ferrick joins the Wildcats' coaching staff as a volunteer for the 2016 season. Ferrick earned All-CACC in both seasons as a Wildcats after transferring in from Wayneburg University. Ferrick captured the CACC Women's Runner of the Year award as a senior after earning medalist honors at the CACC Championship.
Below is a history of Megan Ferrick as a collegiate runner:
2015: CACC Runner of the Year - CACC Championship Individual Champion - All-CACC - CACC Runner of the Week (10/12) - competed in five events in her senior season as a Wildcat - was the team's top finisher in all five events she ran - capped the season with her individual championsip at the CACC Championship, finishing the 5K in 19:54.5 - also placed third in two events, first at the WUXC Invite to start the season and again at the Jack St. Clair Championship - placed 12th at the Panorama Farms Invitational in 20:50.6 - ended the season with a 41st place finish at the NCAA Division II East Regional Championships with a 6K time of 23:12.0.
2014: All-CACC – competed in all seven events in her first season as a Wildcat – top female finisher for the Wildcats in all seven events – best finish was second overall at the University of Delaware Invite #1 with a 5K time of 25:04.09 – fastest 5K time was at the Greater Louisville Classic, placing 36th overall with a time of 19:40.35 – placed fourth at the CACC Championship with a time of 20:19 – fastest 6K time was during the NCAA Division II East Regional Tournament, finishing 26th overall in 22:55.3.
At Waynesburg University: Competed in both cross country and track at Waynesburg University as a freshman and a sophomore – finished 25th overall at the PAC Championship as a sophomore, helping the team to a second place finish with a time of 24:47.10 – placed 149th at regionals as a sophomore, finishing in 24:41 – named All-PAC Honorable Mention as a freshman after placing 18th overall at the PAC Championship – placed fifth overall at the PAC Championship in the 10K run, helping the team to a fourth place finish as a sophomore.
High School: Ran both cross country and track at Elkton High School – holds the school record for the one mile run, crossing the line at 5:40 – Honor Roll student – Student Council member.
Personal: Megan Jordan Ferrick – daughter of James Ferrick – has three sisters, Ashley, Brittany, and Morgan – twin sister Morgan also runs cross country at Wilmington University – majoring in mid level education with a concentration in mathematics at Wilmington University – from Elkton, Md.