Ali played defense for Mercyhurst University in Erie, PA. While Ali was at Mercyhurst, she was in a starting defensive position all four years. Mercyhurst competed in their conference championship all four years Ali was there. Ali was placed on the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) Division II Academic Honor Roll for my junior and senior year. Ali earned the Pennsylvania Scholar Athlete award all four years of college. In her junior and senior year, she earned MVD (most valuable defender) for the lacrosse team. In her college career Ali had a total of 82 ground balls, 30 draw controls, and 33 forced turn overs. Ali graduated with a degree in Early Childhood and Special Education in 2015 with honors.
Currently, Ali is a special education teacher for Ring Factory Elementary. Ali is also an assistant lacrosse coach for North Harford High school.
Ali went to high school at Bel Air, where she played field hockey and lacrosse (defensive positions in both sports). She was a one-time all county player for field hockey and a one time all county player in lacrosse.
Megan is currently a junior midfielder for Notre Dame of Maryland University's lacrosse and field hockey teams. Her freshman year she was named CSAC Rookie of the Year for both lacrosse and field hockey. Megan also earned All-CSAC First Team honors for lacrosse during her first two seasons. During her first year she accumulated a CSAC best with 64 goals, 83 draw controls, 29 ground balls, and 13 caused turnovers. Megan set a single-game school record with 11 goals. Megan finished her sophomore season with two top-25 NCAA statistical rankings. She also recorded her 100th goal and has moved into 10th place in Notre Dame's record books for career goals.
Prior to Notre Dame, Megan attended The Catholic High School of Baltimore and was a four year varsity starter for both lacrosse and field hockey. Megan is a 2015 Looney's alumni.