Craven, Morgan Put Down Double Digit Kills Against Wildcats
2011: Played in 19 matches, starting 17 of them ... Saw her last action of the season at LSU (10/23) before tearing her ACL and ending her season ... Averaged 1.47 kills per set and 0.86 blocks per set ... Put down a season-high 10 kills on three separate occasions ... Turned in 10 kills against UALR (9/9) and Northwestern (9/9) at the Magnolia Invitational ... Also put down 10 kills at Alabama (9/28) ... Turned in a season-high 8.0 blocks (1 BS, 7 BA) against Mississippi State (10/2) ...
2010: Played 11 matches, drawing the start in two of them, before suffering a season-ending injury when she tore her ACL ... Put down a season-high nine kills in two matches (vs. UT-San Antonio - 8/27; vs. UL-L - 9/11) ... Put down a career-high 8.0 blocks (8 BA) against Southern Miss (9/10) in the Magnolia Invitational ... Hit a season-best .357 against Texas Tech (8/28) in the Rice Invitational when she went 6-for-14 with one error ...
2009: Saw action in 18 matches, drawing nine starts on the season to earn her first letter ... Tallied 73 kills, 14 digs and 16 blocks with a 1.66 kill per set average on the season ... Saw her first action against Texas State (8/28) ... Made her first start against Alcorn State (9/5) at the Magnolia Invitational ... Turned in her best match of the season in a win over Georgia (11/20) ... Tallied a season-high 16 kills on 20 swings and hit .750 against the Bulldogs ... Also came up with 3.0 total blocks (3 BA) and a pair of service aces in the match ... Put down nine kills each against LSU (11/6) and Alabama (11/13) ...
HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letter winner at Wlter Payton College Prep under head coaches Joel Anderson and Casey Feeny ... Named the No. 89 senior in the nation by PrepVolleyball.com in 2008 ... Named 2008 All-Area first team by the Chicago Sun Times and All-Area second team by the Chicago Tribune ... Also earned All-Area third team honors from the Chicago Sun Times in 2007 ... Named 2007 and 2008 Chicago Public Schools Player of the Year by the Chicago Sun Times ... Also named 2007 Player of the Year by the Pioneer Press ... Named among the top 50 players in the state of Illinois in 2007 and 2008 by the Chicago Sun Times ... Helped lead Walter Payton Prep to the 2007 and 2008 Chicago Public School City Girls Volleyball Championship ... Also helped lead Walter Payton Prep to the 2008 IHSA State Final Four - the first appearance at that level for a Chicago Public School ... All-time kill leader at Walter Payton as she tallied a single-season record 435 kills in 2008 ... Named team MVP in 2008 and 2009 ... Named 2007 Offensive Player of the Year ... Named 2006 Rookie of the Year ... Also lettered two years in track and field, claiming the 2007 Chicago Public Schools Championship in the shot put ...
CLUB: Competed with the Lions Juniors and the First Alliance Volleyball Clubs ... Competed with the 2006, 2007 and 2008 USA Girls High Performance A2 Team ...
PERSONAL: Daughter of Luis and Yvette Cunningham ... Born: January 19, 1991 ... Majoring in Electrical Engineering.
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