A four-year letter winner for the University of Maryland Terrapins from 1986 to 1990, she was an integral part of Maryland winning its eighth Atlantic Coast Conference championship and reach its third Final Four in 1989. As a senior, Winters-Scott was named to first-team All-ACC, ACC All-Tournament, Kodak All American, and All-East Region selection as she led the Terps in scoring with 17.8 ppg. In November 2002, Winters Scott was named to the ACC’s Fiftieth Anniversary team.
Winters-Scott coached at a number of local universities such as Maryland, Georgetown, and George Mason for 10 years. She handled the recruiting efforts and was responsible for on-court practice preparation for the post players, film breakdown, and scouting reports. Following her coaching career, she accepted a position with Comcast SportsNet as a color analyst. From October, 2010-present, Winters Scott is serving as a color analyst for Comcast Sports Net, Fox Sports, and Raycom, and covered ACC, Conference USA, and CAA Women’s Basketball games. From October 2011 to present, she is serving as a color analyst for ESPN for ACC, SEC, Big East, NEC, and MEAC Women’s Basketball games.
In November of 2006, Winters Scott was inducted into the University of Maryland’s Athletic Hall of Fame, and in May of 2006, she was inducted into the first class of the South Lakes High School Hall of Fame along with the Phoenix Suns Grant Hill. During his induction speech, Hill said, “It feels good to be recognized as the male Christy Winters.” During the 2010 ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament, Winters Scott was named an ACC Women’s Basketball Legend.
A former MVP point guard at Humber College in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and a graduate of the school’s Radio Broadcasting program, Meghan shattered barriers as the first female play-by-play broadcaster in the National Basketball League of Canada. On top of that, the Canadian native continued shattering barriers, becoming the first and only female play-by-play broadcaster in the NBA G- League (formerly NBA Development League).
In October 2018, Meghan became the first female play-by-play broadcaster in 30 years to call an NBA game, which featured the Washington Wizards take on the Detroit Pistons in pre-season action for Monumental Sports Network. She was also announced as the play-by-play broadcaster for the Capital City Go-Go, the G-League affiliate for the Washington Wizards, as they embarked on their inaugural season. The 2019 WNBA season became Meghan’s first covering the league, as she was announced the play-by-play broadcaster for the Washington Mystics.
Prior to joining Monumental Sports & Entertainment, Meghan was the voice of Raptors 905, the G-League affiliate of the Toronto Raptors. She also hosted pregame, halftime, and postgame for the Toronto Raptors 2016-17 NBA season on TSN 1050 radio, and was an occasional guest analyst on NBA TV Canada “The Hangout” along with Bell TV “Open Gym: Fast Break.”