Megan Coughlin ’00 was a 4-time all-conference selection who was a key figure on some of Ohio Wesleyan’s most successful women’s basketball teams. As a freshman, she averaged 15.1 points per game to lead the Bishops and rank fourth in the North Coast Athletic Conference. She was named to the All-NCAC tournament team and was a first-team all-conference pick, also garnering NCAC Newcomer of the Year honors. As a sophomore, she led the team and ranked second in the NCAC in scoring with an average of 17.5 points per game, and her total of 403 points ranked seventh on the OWU season list. She also ranked second on the team and seventh in the NCAC in assists and was a first-team All-NCAC selection. No longer counted on to be the team’s primary scorer her junior year, she still ranked 10th in the conference in scoring with an average of 12.2 points per game, and she led the team with 108 assists, tying for third place on the OWU season list, and ranking third in the NCAC in that category. She hit a pair of free throws with :02 left to give the Bishops a 74-72 win over Wittenberg in the NCAC tournament championship game, capping a 21-7 season and sending the team to the NCAA tournament. She was named to the NCAC all-tournament team and was a first-team all-league selection. Her senior year, she averaged 10.3 points per game and again led the team in assists, ranking 14th and seventh in the league in the respective categories. She was a second-team All-NCAC pick as Ohio Wesleyan went 23-3 and won the NCAC championship with a 14-2 record. Her career total of 1308 points was fifth on the Bishop list, while her 327 assists ranked third. She set career records in all 3-point shooting categories: made (157), attempted (463), and percentage (.339). During her 4 years, Ohio Wesleyan went 72-33 and won 2 conference titles.