|Soccer, Alpine Skiing, Lacrosse|
Meg Bonney, a member of the Class of 2003, excelled in three sports at Middlebury. On the soccer field, Bonney scored more goals (53) and recorded more points (119) than any other player in school history. She earned NESCAC Rookie of the Year honors in 1999 and was named the league’s Player of the Year in 2000. In each of her four seasons, Bonney was named to the All-NESCAC First Team. Her teams were a combined 46-15-3, winning the program’s first NESCAC Championship in 2000. The team advanced to the ECAC Championship in 1999, taking part in the 2000 NCAA Tournament.
Bonney was a member of the alpine ski team for two years, as a regular scorer for the Panthers on the carnival circuit. In 2001, she earned All-American honors with a ninth-place finish in the giant slalom at the NCAA Championships.
On the lacrosse field, her teams earned a 51-1 mark with two NCAA and three NESCAC titles during her three seasons. She scored five goals in the NESCAC Championship game as a junior, finding the back of the net twice in the NCAA title game. Bonney finished her career with 80 goals and 22 assists for 102 points.