Cheerleaders

Megan D.

Megan D.

  • Occupation: Doctor of Dental Surgery Student at Indiana University School of Dentistry
  • Hometown: Springfield, IL
  • Tenure: Rookie

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Favorite Book:  The Help

Favorite Movie:  The Little Mermaid

Favorite thing about Indy: The energy of the Colts community!

Favorite Phone App:  Instagram

Favorite Workout:  Reformer Pilates and HIIT at Core Pilates

Favorite Meal:  My grandmother’s Thanksgiving dinner

Interesting Fact:  I am a natural redhead.

Guilty Pleasure:  Puppy chow!

Hobbies:  I enjoy deep sea fishing at my family’s Florida home, dancing, going to concerts, and having Pinterest baking parties with friends.

3 Must-haves if you were stranded on a desert island: iPhone, my mom, and sunblock

3 Words to describe yourself: Driven, caring and loyal

Greatest Accomplishment: Graduating with honors from the University of Missouri and then being accepted into Dental School

Hardest thing about being a Colts Cheerleader: It’s hard to focus on things outside of being a Colts Cheerleader sometimes.

Most important thing in life: Family, friends, faith and giving back to your community.

Best advice you ever received: Look back at your life and say “I can’t believe I did that,” instead of saying “I wish I did that.”

VIEW MEGAN'S SWIMSUIT PHOTO GALLERY

Favorite Book:  The Help

Favorite Movie:  The Little Mermaid

Favorite thing about Indy: The energy of the Colts community!

Favorite Phone App:  Instagram

Favorite Workout:  Reformer Pilates and HIIT at Core Pilates

Favorite Meal:  My grandmother’s Thanksgiving dinner

Interesting Fact:  I am a natural redhead.

Guilty Pleasure:  Puppy chow!

Hobbies:  I enjoy deep sea fishing at my family’s Florida home, dancing, going to concerts, and having Pinterest baking parties with friends.

3 Must-haves if you were stranded on a desert island: iPhone, my mom, and sunblock

3 Words to describe yourself: Driven, caring and loyal

Greatest Accomplishment: Graduating with honors from the University of Missouri and then being accepted into Dental School

Hardest thing about being a Colts Cheerleader: It’s hard to focus on things outside of being a Colts Cheerleader sometimes.

Most important thing in life: Family, friends, faith and giving back to your community.

Best advice you ever received: Look back at your life and say “I can’t believe I did that,” instead of saying “I wish I did that.”