I can only hope she stays healthy and in the fold. I suspect that more than a few schools will take a run at her over the next year before she signs next November. Sounds like her visit to the hill was a homerun and reading between the lines, that the team is very enthusiastic and happy.
How could she not be? Seriously, the are going to have an odd roster next year with an abundance of 6' ish guards/wings, Munt, Huber, Davis, Petro & Cassidy who all seem to have the same skill set. Minutes maybe an issue.
MEGAN CAHLAHAN- ST. JOHN VIANNEY- JUNIOR She took every single post player this year she faced and shut them down. She did not lose a single matchup all season. Her ability to guard in the post without fouling had no match. But it was her ability to move, help and recover that was so special. She also was a masterful defensive rebounder. Something she got little credit for this season. Her ability to run in transition allowed her to guard big strong post players or the athletic post player. Megan Cahahan was somebody Coach Karpell could count on every night against top competition and post players. This is why Megan Cahlahan makes her first appearance on THE ALL DEFENSIVE TEAM