Maegan Sours

#13 Maegan Sours

POS. F
YR. Jr.
HOMETOWN Erie, Colo.
PREVIOUS SCHOOL Monarch HS

2019: Made 17 starts in her 18 appearances before suffering a lower leg injury to put her out the final two games of the year…scored three goals and an assist on the year for seven points on the wing…opened the season with a goal from distance against King (Aug. 22)…recorded an assist in 5-0 win against South Carolina State (Sept. 30)…scored her second goal of the season against Samford (Oct. 4) on a season-high three shots…scored the third goal in a 3-1 win over The Citadel (Oct. 20) with a volley…played a season-high 99 minutes in the double-overtime contest with Mercer (Oct. 18).

2018: Appeared in 18 games with three starts ... Scored one goal on the season, finding the net unassisted in a 3-1 win against VMI on Oct. 12 ... Took 10 shots with four shots on target ... 2018-19 Southern Conference honor roll. 

2017: Appeared in 10 matches with five starts ... Scored in her collegiate debut vs. South Carolina State on August 18, posting her first career goal and first career assist in Bucs' 8-0 win ... Recorded second assist in 2-0 win vs. Davidson Aug. 27 ... Scored second goal of career in 3-0 win vs. Chattanooga Sept. 22 ... Made starts vs. Davidson, Virginia Tech, Eastern Kentucky, Chattanooga and Samford.

Prior to ETSU: Graduated from Monarch High School in Louisville, Colorado, about 20 minutes away from her hometown of Erie ... Led the Coyotes in goals with eight her senior season while leading the team to a 33-16-1 record and back-to-back-to-back 5A playoff appearances over the span of three years ... Was a 2017 first team all-conference selection by the CHSSA and made the ODP Region IV Colorado team in 2015 and 2016 ... Academic all-state selection from 2015-17.

Personal: Born March 1, 1999 ... From Erie, Colorado ... Daughter of Sam and Darlene Sours ... Majoring in Biology / Pre-Vet ... Cites a deciding factor in coming to ETSU was her coach back in Colorado, former ETSU player Lena Summers, who was instrumental in building the ETSU program in its early stages from 1998-2002.