Indiana women’s soccer adds transfer Megan Wampler
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Indiana Women’s Soccer has added sophomore transfer Megan Wampler, a defender who spent last season at Dayton. Wampler will be eligible to play this fall.
A native of Carmel, Ind., Wampler played club for Indiana Fire Juniors, where she led the team to a pair of ECNL Playoffs and a top-six national finish during her sophomore season.
Wampler played all four seasons at Guerin Catholic High School, earning a pair of All-State, All-Conference and All-District selections. In addition, the two-time team captain was named All-County and All-Region in her senior campaign as she earned Hamilton County Player of the Year accolades and was a nominee for the Indianapolis Star Player of the Year. That senior season saw Guerin win its first Regional title since 2010 and advance to the State Championship. Wampler also earned All-Region and State Star honors from TopDrawer in her senior year.
Off the field, Wampler earned Academic All-State accolades and was a member of the National Honor Society. The daughter of Carolyn and Doug, she has two siblings, John and Abbi. Wampler is intending to double major in Elementary and Special Education through the TAL (Teaching All Learners) program at Indiana.