Megan Readler
                                                                             Megan Readler
                                                                              Class of 1994

 

Megan Readler - Class of 1994. Eleven varsity letters in basketball, volleyball, and softball. Leading the basketball team in scoring and named Most Valuable Player in 1994, Megan was voted All Conference and All Area while helping her team to become District Champions. She continued her success by being named All Conference and All Area in volleyball, as well. In softball, Megan helped the team to become Regional Champions, a first for MHS softball. Her efforts earned her All Conference, All Area, All County, and All State. In Megan's junior year at Milford, she was selected as the Outstanding Female Athlete of the year. After high school, Megan earned four varsity letters in softball at Kalamazoo College, where she received numerous accolades: 1st Team All-Conference for two years, 2nd Team for two years, Captain, Most Valuable Player, Conference Player of the week three times, and selected Outstanding Female Athlete her senior year. Graduating with a degree in Human Development and Social Relations, she began her career in non-profit work, heading a community organization to promote stabilization and integration. She then moved on to oversee a region of Chicago Youth Centers, dedicated to after school programs for underserved neighborhoods and children. Megan currently owns a personal training business in Chicago and is the head softball coach at St. Ignatius College Prep.