Megan Hill is entering her first season as Head Softball coach for the Jets. Megan comes to Enid from El Dorado High school in Kansas. While in El Dorado, Hill led 18 players to All-League honors in just four seasons, as well as earning the Coach of the Year honor in the League for the 2017 season. While Hill was in charge of the program, her teams set school records for team batting average, most doubles in a season and most hits in a season.
In addition to leading the El Dorado program, Megan also managed a competitive softball organization in the Wichita (Kansas) area. She looked over the functionality of the eight team organization while implementing her philosophy and goals in the entire program. Throughout the eight seasons in the organization, Hill was also head coach for the U14-U18 age groups, competing at the highest tournaments in the region, focusing on the organization goal of getting the athletes recruited. Megan’s organization saw 50 athletes live their dream of playing at the college level in just eight seasons.
Coach Hill earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Emporia State University. While at ESU, Megan was a part of the 2006 National Runner Up team. As a third baseman for the Hornets, Hill earned All MIAA honors all four years as well as All Region honors in three seasons and All American honors in two seasons. Megan was also a four time All Academic athlete. She left ESU with school and MIAA records in hits, doubles, home runs and RBI. Coach Hill was inducted into the ESU Athletic Hall of Fame in October of 2018.
Coach Hill is married to James Hill and they reside in Enid.