Women's Soccer

    Megan Ohai
    Megan  Ohai


    Draper, Utah

    High School:
    Alta HS




    Megan Ohai enters her senior season at USC as a powerful striker with great skill and scoring ability, ranking No. 10 all-time in career goals with 14 and holding seven career game-winning goals on the way into 2010.

    Ohai appeared in all 21 games and started 20 as a junior... Was third on the team in scoring with three goals, including a game-winner vs. Arizona State... Also had three assists to finish with nine points overall... Moved up in the all-time rankings to No. 10 in career goals (14) and hold the seventh-most career game-winners with six.

    Ohai appeared in every game and started 17 as a sophomore... Was one of four Trojans to score five goals on the year, and also tallied two game-winning goals... Scored the lone goal for USC in a win at Oregon State... Had a goal and an assist against LMU... Now holds the eighth most career game-winning goals at USC with five.

    Ohai appeared in all 25 games and started 24 as a freshman... Was second on the team in scoring with six goals and five assists for 17 points... Opened her career with back-to-back game-winning goals, scoring the first and second goals of the season for a two-goal game in USC's home opener... Became the first USC player since 1998 to score three goals in USC's first two games of the year, and the first-ever Trojan to notch back-to-back game-winning goals to open the season... Earned national freshman honors as SoccerBuzz First Team Freshman All-American and Soccer America Second Team All-Freshman... Regionally, named to SoccerBuzz Second Team All-West Region and NSCAA/adidas Third Team All-West Region as well as SoccerBuzz West Region All-Freshman... Received All-Pac-10 honorable mention and named to Pac-10 All-Freshman Team... Named to SoccerBuzz Elite Team of the Week on Oct. 2 after her two assists in USC's win over then-No. 2 Portland.

    Ohai competed with the Under-23 U.S. national team in England in July 2009... Was a member of the U.S. Under-15 and Under-16 National teams... Invited to 2008 U.S. U-20 training camps.

    Ohai was a four-time all-region selection out of Alta High in Salt Lake City... Team was undefeated in 2007, ranked No. 2 nationally at 20-0... Scored four goals in state championship game... Set school scoring record with 97 goals and 64 assists... Team was 75-5 overall in four years... An honor student with cumulative 3.95 GPA... A three-time First Team All-State selection by the Salt Lake Tribune-Deseret News... Named 2006 NSCAA Youth All-American and High School All-American... Named 2006 5A Utah State MVP by the Deseret News and was 2006 Utah Gatorade Player of the Year... Played club for Utah Avalanche... Won eight state championships... 2006 Western Region finalists... Member of the ODP Region IV U-15, U-16 and U-17 teams... Traveled to Costa Rica and Japan with ODP teams... Played in the WPSL with the Utah Spiders during the summer.

    Ohai is majoring in psychology... Parents are Cindy Cook and Ben Ohai... Father Ben was a two-time NCAA All-American wrestler at BYU and an NCAA finalist... Has three sisters, Cami, Aubrey and Kealia... Lists Magic Johnson as her biggest sports hero... Would like to play professional soccer and live on the beach after graduation... Lists `Disturbia' as her favorite movie... Born July 22, 1989.


    2007 (Fr.)	25-24	49	6	5	17	3
    2008 (So.)	23-17	30	5	2	12	2
    2009 (Jr.)	21-20	39	3	3	9	1
    Career	        69-61	118	14	10	38	6