April 12, 2019 RICHMOND, INDIANA – On Thursday, April 11, 2019, Megan Quinn, a senior at Richmond High School, signed a Letter of Intent to swim at Hanover College. Megan’s personal best times include 1:03 in the 100-yard butterfly and 2:18 in the 200-yard individual medley. She has competed in the 400-yard freestyle relay and the 200 medley relay. She is an officer for the RHS National Honor Society. She is also a Red Devil Mentor for incoming RHS freshmen.
RHS Swimming Coach and Megan’s mom Stephanie Hoober said, ”Megan has, without a doubt, made an impact on Richmond Swimming with her spirit and ability. She earned athletic recognition as a two time NCC Champion and the respect of her teammates as a leader. Megan has made me proud as both her coach and her mom. She is a great role model to future Red Devil Swimmers. I cannot wait to see Megan’s future achievements as she takes her skills to Hanover.”
Megan is excited about attending Hanover this fall and plans to major in Communications. “Hanover has a beautiful campus and every person I met was so genuine that I felt that I would grow as a student as well as a person,” she said. “I wouldn’t have been able to get this far [in swimming} without my family and my coaches who were able to help motivate me when I felt discouraged.”
Quinn signed the letter in front of her parents, coaches, and teammates at Richmond High School’s Tiernan Center. Megan is the daughter of Stephanie Hoober and Phil Quinn of Richmond.