Meghan Malloy

Writer

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My name is Meghan and I am a *fairly* recent college graduate from James Madison University. I currently work as the Development Writer in the Office of Alumni and Development at Perkiomen School in Pennsburg, PA. My first ever novella was published just over a year ago, so be sure to check that out at the link below! These are just a few of my writing samples from my time at JMU and various other publications. Enjoy!

Questions? You can reach me at [email protected] or (609) 502-9340

Portfolio
James Madison University
08/18/2016
Forward Ashley Herndon Focused on Senior Season, Future Pro Career

Recently, JMU's women's soccer program has been generating more than just CAA Championships. In the past few years, head women's soccer coach Dave Lombardo has seen a handful of standout players take their careers beyond the college level. This year, the Duke who is looking to move up in the ranks is none other than junior forward/midfielder Ashley Herndon.

The Breeze
01/21/2015
Sam Lofton prepares for pro career with Boston Breakers

Anyone who has ever played a sport growing up remembers all too well the dream of someday playing professionally. For former JMU women's soccer's defender Sam Lofton, that dream finally came true. On January 16, Lofton was drafted by the Boston Breakers in the third round of the 2015 National Women's Soccer League draft, as the 20th overall pick.

James Madison University
04/19/2016
Senior Kacy Edsall Thrives Amid Health Challenges and Academic Rigor

Women's Swimming and Diving | | Meghan Malloy '17 Senior swimmer Kacy Edsall isn't a typical athlete. Her family is more involved than most and her body constantly fights her whenever she dives into the pool. Still, Kacy continues to swim and set a high standard for the James Madison swimming and diving program.

The Breeze
09/16/2015
Men's tennis uses offseason to hone its skills

In its debut performance of the fall season last weekend at the East Carolina University Fall Shootout in Greenville, North Carolina, the JMU men's tennis team didn't hold anything back. On the first day of competition, JMU went 4-4 in singles play and 2-2 in doubles.

James Madison University
02/24/2016
Manager Games Gain Significance at JMU and Nationwide

HARRISONBURG, Va. - While many people are at least vaguely aware of college basketball games, only a select few know that some important games in college basketball take place the night before the tip-off. At JMU, the men's basketball team managers (@JMUMBBManagers) are well aware of these games.

James Madison University
03/31/2016
Monroe Making Most of Years at Madison

After achieving national acclaim at the University of Miami, many were shocked to find out that graduate student track and field athlete Amber Monroe would be leaving her national success in the Sunshine State to transfer to JMU. In some ways, the University of Miami had been holding her back.

The Breeze
10/14/2015
Husband and wife team up to lead Dukes

With a 16-3 overall record and an undefeated record in the Colonial Athletic Association (6-0) thus far in the season, the JMU women's volleyball team has seen recent success. One contributing factor to that is the Dukes' coaching staff.

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