Hickey Heading to Boston University

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The Saints Peter and Paul Athletic Department is pleased to announce that Senior Megan Hickey has signed her letter of intent to play lacrosse for Coach Liz Robertshaw’s Boston University Terriers next year. Boston University is a Division I program that competes in the prestigious Patriot League.

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Parents Ryan & Julie Hickey and sister Maddie join Megan at her Letter of Intent signing.

At Saints Peter and Paul, Megan has been a three-year Varsity Lacrosse starter, team captain, and was named All ESIAC Conference Co-Player of the Year last year. A member of the Eastern Shore National Lacrosse team, Megan has also been recognized as First Team All Mid-Shore during her sophomore and junior years.

In addition her excellence on the lacrosse field, Megan is member of the Saints Peter and Paul High School National Honor Society, Key Club, Needlecraft Club, a four-year starter in Varsity Women’s Soccer and Basketball, and an active volunteer with Talbot Hospice, Special Olympics, and Diabetes awareness programs.

As she prepares for the next chapter of her life, Megan reflected that, “Saints Peter and Paul as been an essential part of my life since preschool, always challenging me to be the very best – in the classroom, as an athlete, and as a leader in my school and community. I am well prepared for the challenges of Boston University and I am extremely excited to become part of the Terrier community. Looking forward to making new friends, attending campus events, playing lacrosse at the highest level, and getting to know the city of Boston.”

According to Director of Athletics Tyler Larkin, “Megan is the epitome of the Sabre student-athlete. She is a real leader on the field and in the classroom. I’m are excited to see Megan join the rich tradition of student- athletes from Saints Peter and Paul to make it to the highest level of their sport.”

Megan will be majoring in Pre-Med at Boston University with the goal of getting her doctorate in physical therapy.

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