|High School:||Monroe HS|
Playing her first year of collegiate volleyball, Birch saw action in 28 of the Tigers' 30 matches throughout the year, playing on the right-side of the Tigers' offense. At the pin, Megan produced 93 kills in 290 attempts while also defensively adding 42 blocks to Pacific's efforts. She finished the year with 115.5 points after picking up one ace to go along with her kills and blocks. Picking up one double-digit kill effort on the year, Megan produced a season best 12 kills on just 17 swings, hitting .529, in the Tigers' 3-0 sweep of Siena on Aug. 28 at the Texas A&M Tournament to start the year.
Megan comes to Pacific out of Monroe High School in Monroe, Wash. Guiding a young varsity squad as the lone senior starter, Birch led the Bearcats to their fourth straight WesCo division title while extending a 34-match league winning streak in her final season in 2009. For her efforts, Birch was named to the first team all-area and all-league teams as well as earning all-state honorable mention honors at the conclusion of the season. Birch led her team in every major statistical category at the net in her final season of action for Monroe.
Born in Monroe, Wash., Megan Birch is the daughter of Kris and Mike Birch. She has one sister, Jordan. Megan is a communication major in her second year at Pacific.