Megan Krebs was born in Wilkes-Barre Pennsylvania. She was active in Field Hockey, Soccer, and Basketball. She held a starting position all four years at GAR Memorial High School in these respective sports. Megan was awarded First Team All-State for Field Hockey in 2004 and 2005. She was also selected for, Who’s Who Among High School Athletes 2004-2005. Megan was presented the GAR Scholar Athlete award for her senior class in 2006. Megan participated in the National Field Hockey Festival in California with her team capturing the National Title and Gold medal in 2003. She also participated in the Keystone State games in 2004 with her team earning the Silver medal, and in 2005 earning the bronze medal. In the winter months Megan competed in National Indoor Qualifier Tournaments with her team placing 1st in 2004 and 2005. This qualified her team for the National Indoor Tournament in 2005. This Indoor Field Hockey team ended the tournament as the National Indoor Champions of their pool. Megan was presented with an athletic scholarship and attended Bucknell University where she was a Varsity starter all four years on the field hockey team. Megan earned Rookie of the week in her first year. Megan’s sophomore year she was named Damon’s Athlete of the week, Offensive player of the week, First Team All Patriot League, Second Team All-Region, and was the recipient of the Elizabeth Goodall Award for Merit, a Class of ’96 Award. In 2008 Megan was selected by the Pennsylvania High Performance Training Center to represent the state on the High-Performance Squad. Megan went on to earn First Team All Patriot League as well in her senior year. Megan also made Dean’s List the second semester of her senior year. Megan graduated with her bachelor’s degree in Education. In 2020, Megan was asked to appear on the Bucknell Through the Decades podcast. After college Megan volunteered to coach a youth field hockey team as they competed at the Wyoming Valley Sports Dome one day a week. After that Megan became the Jr. High School Assistant coach to the Wyoming Area field hockey team and then the following year, she became the head coach of Wyoming Area’s High School Varsity field hockey team. Megan went on to get married a few years later. She and her husband Bryan Kriso, reside in Maryland.