Megan Judson grew up in Rancho Cucamonga, California where she was a 4-year varsity player at Etiwanda High School, where she earned 3-time 1 st team all-league and 2-time 1st team Inland Valley. In the summer of 2016, she played in the World Games in Canada with the Cal A’s and won the Canada Cup. She then continued her education at GCU winning the WAC conference and WAC first team.

Megan transferred to California State University Northridge to finish her college career. Her sophomore year she broke the 25-year doubles record, was 2nd in Big West with RBI’s (48) and 3rd with HR’s (13). In her junior year, she was 1st team all-conference, NFCA 2nd team all-region and led the Big West in: Batting AVG (.430), 2B (26), RBI (55), SLG% (.866), OB% (.535) and BB (30).

Before Senior year was cut short by Covid, she was named in the USA Top 50 watchlist for D1 Player of the Year. Led the Big west in 2B (10), BB (15), SLG% (.859), OB% (.548), and 2nd for Batting AVG (.413). She finished her career with an ERA of 4.29. Megan graduated in 2020 with a bachelor’s in Child and Adolescent Development and works and coaches at Centennial High School.