23 Megan Van Tatenhove
23 Megan Van Tatenhove
Height: 6-1
Year: Junior
Hometown: Sheboygan Falls, Wis.
High School: Oostburg
Position: F

Career Stats

As A Junior (2010-11)
| Game-By-Game Stats 
Named to the Atlantic 10 All-Conference Second Team and the A-10 All-Academic Team ... started in all 33 games ... averaged a team-best 14.5 points per game and 16.2 in conference play ... averaged a club-leading 5.6 rebounds per game ... second on the team in minutes per game at 29.9 ... played 30+ minutes 21 times ... shot 80.2 percent from the charity stripe, good for second on the team ... tied for second on the Bona roster with 59 assists ... led the team in blocks with 23 and steals with 50 ... recorded a career-high five assists at Buffalo (Dec. 10) ... her 477 points on the year increases her point tally to 1,050 for her career, ranking 16th overall in program history … became the 18th member of the 1,000-point club ... the 477 points was the 13th-best single-season scoring output in school history ... scored in double figures in 25 games ... scored 20+ points six times ... scored a career-high 35 points in an overtime loss to Dayton (Feb. 2) on 12-22 shooting, 2-3 from deep and 9-11 from the free throw line while playing a career-high 42 minutes ... recorded three double-doubles … the first one of the season came at Indiana (Nov. 15) where she scored 18 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, then again at Marist (Dec. 4) with 10 points and 10 boards and her last one came at home against Massachusetts (Jan. 29) when she scored 20 and hauled in a career-high-tying 13 caroms while blocking a career-high three shots and recording a career-high-tying six steals.

As A Sophomore (2009-10) | Game-By-Game Stats
Garnered an Atlantic 10 Honorable Mention for her constant impact on the floor … started 31 games and played in 32 … only missed one full game due to an injury … averaged 27.8 minutes per game while playing a fourth-highest 889 minutes … was third on the team in total points with 368 … played a career-high 35 minutes three times throughout the season … landed second on the team in field goal percentage (.492) … topped the team in points seven times, including two in conference play … led the team in rebounding seven times as well … had the third-best rebounding total (131) and average (4.1) … was perfect at the line nine times and finished with a .785 free throw percentage … scored 15 or more points in six games while tallying a total 18 double-figure scoring games … opened up play at the Reilly Center with 11 points after going 5-for-12 from the field against Akron (Nov. 15) … hit a career-high nine field goals against Little 3 rival Niagara (Nov. 19) … followed that performance with a 17-point game at Lafayette (Nov. 24) on 7-of-13 from the field including a long ball … also grabbed a season-high nine rebounds against the Leopards … exploded at Quinnipiac (Dec. 2), tossing in a career-high 27 points off of 9-of-13 from the field and 9-for-12 from the line … was named Atlantic 10 Player of the Week for her performance ... combined to score 24 points against perennial powers Marist (Dec. 6) and Bowling Green (Dec. 12) … played a career-high 35 minutes against Big Ten foe Michigan State (Dec. 21), while dropping in a team-high 19 points … grabbed nine rebounds and added 10 points in the win at La Salle (Jan. 20) … matched a season-high while grabbing nine rebounds in the loss against Xavier (Jan. 23) and chipped in 10 points … scored double-digits in six consecutive games from Jan. 27 – Feb. 14 … added 12 points in the win at Temple (Jan. 30) in a career-high-matching 35 minutes of work … went 7-of-8 from the floor for a season-high .875 shooting percentage at Massachusetts (Feb. 2) … scored 16 of her 18 points in the second frame in the first round of the Atlantic 10 Championships against Saint Louis (Mar. 5) … went 8-for-8 from the line against the Billikens … played 35 minutes for the third time during the season in the loss against Dayton (Mar. 6) … tallied 20 points in the WNIT games against Robert Morris (Mar. 18) and Northwestern (Mar. 22).

As A Freshman (2008-09) | Game-By-Game Stats
Landed third on the team in points with 205 ... topped the team in shooting percentage (53.5) ... saw action in all but one game ... topped the team in rebounds in eight games ... second on the team in rebounding (123) ... stopped opponents with 19 steals ... dished out 28 assists ... had a stellar performance against Richmond (Jan. 20) going 10-for-10 from the line while adding three baskets and a long ball to put up a season-high 17 points ... also scored nine consecutive points in the first half and grabbed a team-high eight caroms ... put up seven field goals against Duquesne (Feb. 18) ... had a double-double against Saint Louis (Feb. 25) shooting for 10 and pulling down a season-high 10 rebounds ... tossed six baskets, one from behind the arc and four from the line, to match her career-high 17 points against Temple (Mar. 7) in the quarterfinals of the A-10 tournament.  

High School
Named the 2007-08 Associated Press Wisconsin State Player of the Year after guiding Oostburg to an unblemished 27-0 mark and a Division 3 state championship ... averaged 19.7 points, 8.9 rebounds, 3.8 steals, 2.5 assists and 1.9 blocks per contest ... participated in just 22 minutes per contest as a senior due to the dominating display from the Flying Dutchmen ... connected at a blistering 73.3 percent clip from the floor ... 2007-08 Sheboygan Press All-Area Player of the Year ... named Co-MVP of the 2008 Wisconsin state tournament ... compiled season tallies of 15.6 points, 8.3 boards, 3.3 steals, 2.4 helpers and 1.2 blocks during junior campaign ... earned a spot on the 2006-07 Associated Press All-State fourth team ... three-time Sheboygan Press All-Area first team and two-time Women's Basketball Coaches Association Division 3 All-State team selection ... tallied 11.9 points, eight rebounds, 1.5 steals and 1.0 blocks as a sophomore on varsity ... capped high school career as Oostburg's all-time leading scorer with 1,347 career points ... also owns program marks in steals (249) and 3-point field goal percentage (52.7), while ranking second in rebounds (706) and made free throws (305) ... became the fourth player under 2007-08 AP Coach of the Year Tom DePagter to reach the Division I level ... guided Flying Dutchmen to a 93-8 overall mark during four-year high school career.

Born on May 11, 1990 ... daughter of Phil and Mary Jo Van Tatenhove ... has two sisters, Mal (20) and Madison (6), and one brother, Sam (16) ... academic honor roll student throughout high school ... also participated in volleyball and softball ... played with AAU clubs Dykstra Engineering (2002-07) and Gibbsville Cheese (2008) ... elementary education major.