2010 (Junior): Appeared in five games in goal for the Greyhounds tallying just under 73 minutes of action, stopping three shots and allowing 14 goals... Made two saves in just under 11 minutes against Towson (Mar. 6)... Played in a season-high 24:45 against Stony Brook and recorded a ground ball and caused a turnover... Made a save in a win over Cincinnati (Apr. 3) and tallied a ground ball and caused turnover in a victory at Connecticut (Apr. 18).
2009 (Sophomore): Named to the All-BIG EAST Second Team after leading the conference in save percentage (.514)... Was even better during conference games, saving goals at a .547 clip in seven BIG EAST contests... Played in 16 game, starting 12... Recorded over 520 minutes in goals and had a 9.77 goals against average... Made 90 saves... Held four opponents to a combined seven first-half goals in consecutive games... Allowed just two goals to Davidson (3/15) and Cornell (3/18) before giving up three against James Madison (3/21)... Finished the stretch by shutting out Delaware (3/23) in the first half... Made 14 saves at Notre Dame (3/29)... Shutout Connecticut (4/3) in the second half, making nine saves, five on free-position shots... Recorded a career-high 18 saves against 11 goals as Loyola beat Georgetown (4/15)... Earned BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll mention following that game.
2008 (Freshman): Started every game in goal for the Greyhounds and played almost 900 minutes between the pipes... Made 152 saves and had a 13.16 goals against average... Also had eight caused turnovers and 29 ground balls... Recorded 15 saves against Towson (3/1) and stopped 10 shots, against just seven goals allowed, versus Delaware (3/5)... Caused three turnovers at Georgetown (2/23)... Made 12 saves at Notre Dame (3/22) and 10 at Penn State (3/30)... Allowed just three goals and saved seven against Cincinnati (4/4)... Made 12 saves and allowed only seven goals at Mount St. Mary's (4/6)... Saved a season-high 16 shots against Syracuse (4/19).
High School: Earned six letters, four in swimming and two in lacrosse, at Mount de Sales Academy in Catonsville, Md... Captain of the swim team as a junior and senior, and captain of the lacrosse team as a senior... Ranked third in the IAAM in saves as a senior... Played for Hero's Club Lacrosse Team for four years, helping the team to a 110-6-2 record... Her club team won 12 tournaments over two years, including the 2006 Vail Shootout... Earned First Honors academically while at Mount de Sales.
Personal: Megan Steffe... Daughter of Chip and Cathy Steffe... Born in Baltimore, Md... Has one brother, Rick... Father, Chip, played semi-pro football for the Baltimore Eagles from 1972-1979... Intends to major in speech pathology at Loyola.
Steffe's Career Statistics