CLEVELAND HEIGHTS,Ohio - All-American lacrosse player Meg Lentz is the all-time leading scorer for Cleveland Heights High School. Her play on the lacrosse field is getting some attention.
"Meg is probably the most dominate player in the Midwest. She is the most difficult player to play against. She's typically double teamed and triple teamed," said head coach Terry Saylor.
Meg is not only dominate in lacrosse, she's also a four-year letter winner in soccer. But on the academic side, she is the class valedictorian and a member of National Honor Society with a 4.6 grade point average.
"I love playing sports and I love school I love what I do it's all fun," said Meg Lentz.
Meg's future is bright because the next Lacrosse season she'll be playing for Stanford University.
Congratulation Meg Lentz for being all that you can be and the McDonald's student athlete of the week.
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