The former Tupelo High standout led the Lady Indians in scoring with 14 goals despite missing four games due to an injury.
“Meghan was a great player for us this year,” said ICC head coach Mike Sullivan, who has led his Lady Indians to the post-season all three years he’s been at the helm of the program. “Every game she always had to deal with the other teams best defender and yet she still led the team in goals and had she not missed those games early in the season, I’m betting she would have been among the league leaders in scoring. Meghan is very deserving of this award and she will be missed next season.”
Joining Brown, who also had two assists this fall, on the all-state team were three more former Lady Wave standouts from THS; goalkeeper Megan Nichols, who allowed an average of only one and a half goals a game, defender Ashley Symes and midfielder Rhea McCord, who led the team with 10 assists to go along with her three goals. It was the second year in a row that all four of these Lady Indians made the all-state listing.
A pair of ICC Indians made the all-state squad, as well. Tupelo defender Colt Snell, who also received this honor both years at the College, and freshman defender Tyler Moore of Pontotoc.