Megan Griffith enters her third year with women's basketball program. Griffith was announced as an assistant coach on May 30, 2012 after spending two seasons as the Tigers' Director of Basketball Operations.
In her new role with the program, Griffith will serve as the team's recruiting coordinator and work primarily with the perimeter players.
no stranger to the Ivy League as a 2007 graduate of Columbia University
four-year letterwinner for the women's basketball team. She captained
for three seasons and was named All-Ivy League in 2006 and 2007.
just the eighth Lion to score over 1,000 points during her career,
10.1 points per game. During her junior year, Griffth ranked 22nd in the
in assists, averaging 5.5 per game, while chipping in 15.2 points per
was twice named Academic All-Ivy and was a member of the Arthur Ashe
Scholar Team two straight years.
graduation, Griffith played three years of professional ball in Europe.
joined FoA Nice Basketball in Forssa, Finland during the 2007-08 season
named the team's MVP at the close of the season. In 2008-09, Griffith
Espoo Basket Team to the National Finnish Championship and the Finnish
Championship titles. During the year she was also a youth basketball
Honka Basketball Club.
year, Griffith was a member of the Celeritas-Donar Basketball team in
Groningen, Netherlands. In addition she was named a U20 Dames 1
and U18 Northern Selection Team assistant coach, while working as a
and clinic director for Celeritas-Donar.
founded Back to Basics Basketball in 2008, an organization developed to
basketball skills, while provide training and mentoring in her hometown.
A native of
King of Prussia, Pa., Griffith graduated from Columbia with a degree in
economics in 2007.