Meg is a native of Spring Creek Nevada. She was a two sport athlete in high school … Earned a letter all four years in softball and twice in basketball … Was named to the all-state team her final three seasons … Earned the Elko County MVP her senior season … Helped SCHS to a state runner-up finish during her freshman season and a third place finish her senior year … Was also a member of the U.S. Triple Crown team that traveled to Australia and New Zealand for a competitive tour.
Meg moved on to play two seasons at Southwestern Oregon CC 2008-2010. Meg was the starting left fielder and captain for two seasons. In two seasons she was named all NWAACC tournament team … Led the Lakers to a second place finish at the NWAACC tournament in 2010 … She earned NFCA Louisville Slugger All-America status and was the Southern Region co-MVP.
From 2010-2012 Meg earned a Scholarship at Montana State Billings were she helped lead the Yellow jackets to two successful seasons. Meg again started in left field both seasons. Her senior year her Batting average was .365 with 15 home runs (tied school record), 48 RBI’s (School Record), 104 total bases, .759 slugging percentage, 26 walks, and a .464 on base percentage. Her freshman year she received all MSUB Desert Stinger All-Tournament honors (Feb. 11-13) … Was named GNAC Player of the Week once (Feb. 21-27) … Earned GNAC Newcomer of the Year honors … Was named to the All-GNAC first team. Her sophomore year she was also named ALL-GNAC first team and Division II 2nd team all –West Region.
Meg also had the Honor on March 28, 2012 was named the National Division II player of the week. Harasymczuk was nearly unstoppable as she went five for seven at the plate with 11 walks, 10 of which were intentional. She finished the week with 11 RBIs, 10 runs, four home runs, two stolen bases and a double. Her numbers on the week bordered the absurd with a .714 batting average, a .889 on-base percentage, and a 2.517 slugging percentage.