Meeta began playing ultimate in high school at Phillips Exeter Academy. She thought it would be cool to learn how to throw a flick and play a crunchy sport. In college at Dartmouth, she played with both A and B teams (Princess Layout and Princess B-Ride) and even captained the B team for a semester. She learned how to be a competitive player while also incorporating the spirit of the game at each turn. After graduating, Meeta moved to Washington DC and worked at a healthcare consulting company while also playing with mixed club teams Death By Jubilee and Stormborn. Meeta continued her move down south to Richmond two years later, and joined the women’s club team Rebellion. She wanted to continue being involved in the community and has helped at practices for University of Richmond and VCU. Meeta then ran for the seat of Richmond Ultimate treasurer and helped lead the Richmond Gender Equity Summit.
Though Meeta wishes she could spend all her time playing ultimate, she is currently finishing a Master’s at Virginia Commonwealth University and excited to start medical school later this year. She looks forward to coaching this summer with Ultimate Peace and sharing her enthusiasm for the sport.