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Gorman Grad Megan Jacobs transfers to CSU

By: Robert Vendettoli, Editor in Chief 

Class of 2016 Bishop Gorman graduate Megan Jacobs has announced her intentions to transfer from PAC 12 program Utah to Mountain West program Colorado State on Wednesday.


A two-year contributor for the Utes women’s basketball program, Jacobs played in 29 games this past season as a sophomore, averaging 13.4 minutes per game, where she averaged 3.9 points, 1.9 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game.


Jacobs addressed the Utes family with a heartfelt update on Facebook.


“As a new chapter of my life is about to take off I just wanted to thank the University of Utah for the past two years. I learned a lot, faced a lot of adversity, and became a better person because of it. I met some incredible people and made friendships that I will cherish for a lifetime. I am beyond excited to spend the next 3 years at COLORADO STATE and continue to better myself as a basketball player and a student! #Take2 🎥 🐑 @ Fort Collins, Colorado”

A three-star prospect coming out of Bishop Gorman, Jacobs was a four-year starter, twice helping the Gaels reach the 4A state tournament (2015 and 2013).


An established ball handler with a knack for scoring, Jacobs was twice an All-Silver State selection (2016 and 2015) and twice a All-Rising Star selection (2014 and 2013).


Ecstatic to coach his new forward, Colorado State head coach Ryun Williams issued a statement on jacobs arrival.

"Megan has an incredible skill set and the ability to play all over the floor, both offensively and defensively. She has a very high basketball IQ. We're excited to bring in a player like Megan, whose skills allow her to affect a game in so many ways."


Forced to sit out this next season, Jacobs will have two years of eligibility remaining after transferring from the Utes.


Photo provide by: Utah Athletics 

April 25, 2018
7:02 p.m.