Meghan Sullivan is back for a fourth season with the CUA coaching staff, bringing a wealth of basketball knowledge to the Cardinals' sideline. The Elmira, N.Y., native graduated Magna Cum Laude from Elmira College in 2010, where she was a four-year member of the basketball program. Sullivan was a key component to the success of the Soaring Eagles, providing great leadership at the point guard position. During her tenure at EC, the program witnessed one of its most fruitful seasons in school history, posting a 21-7 record and winning the Empire 8 Conference Championship in 2007.
Sullivan attended Thomas Edison High School, where she also played four years of varsity basketball. In her junior season, Sullivan led the basketball program to a Division Championship. She also ran track and cross country for four years, leading the cross country team to a State Championship in 2006. Sullivan was named Athlete of the Year and Salutatorian as a senior for her athletic and academic accomplishments.
A business administration major, Sullivan is no stranger to the CUA community. In 2009, she completed her internship with the Cardinal Basketball Academy. She currently resides in Washington, D.C.