||Mary Institute Country Day School
• 2012 SEC Academic Honor Roll
• 2010 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2011-12 (Senior): Named an ITA Scholar Athlete and to the 2012 SEC Academic Honor Roll... Finished the season with a record of 4-14... Defeated Kentucky's Misha Testerman 7-6, (8-6), 6-3.
2010-11 (Junior): Posted a 7-3 overall ... Defeated Alex Dachos of MTSU to earn a dual-match victory ... Went 3-0 in singles and 2-1 in doubles with Rachael Dillon at the SEC Fall Coaches Classic ... Defeated Northwestern's Natalie Edell at the Furman Fall Classic ... Advanced to the finals of the Peterson draw at the June Stewart Invitational.
2009-10 (Sophomore): Named to the 2010 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll ... finished 3-10 in singles ... went 0-2 in singles during the spring season, including 0-1 in dual play ... defeated Elizabeth Hall (Mississippi State) at the SEC Fall Coaches Classic for her first collegiate win ... played first SEC match of career against Claire Bartlett of Florida on April 2 ...went 3-8 in singles and 2-5 in doubles during the fall ... went 2-1 in singles at the Kentucky Invitational (Oct. 9-11).
2008-09 (Freshman): Joined the Commodore squad at the beginning of the spring season ... did not see action during the spring.
Prep/Juniors: 2007 MWAA singles champion ... went undefeated in singles play during senior year ... led high school team to four top-three finishes at the Missouri state championships ... named first-team St. Louis All-Metro ... Missouri consolation doubles champion ... ranked in the top-20 of Missouri Valley region (six-state area) in Juniors ... St. Louis Post Dispatch Scholar Athlete ... coached by Kenny Powell and Brad Heinemann.
Personal: Megan Elise Gornet ... born June 4, 1990 ... parents are Matthew and Valerie Gornet ... father played hockey at Boston College ... has two brothers, Zachary (17) and Cameron (13) ... majoring in Biology ... lists her dad as the person she admires most ... career goal is to become a physician ... elected to high school foreign language hall of fame ... member of cum laude society and French honor society ... chose Vanderbilt for its great academics and great school spirit.