2013: Started every match and was the only Rebel who played in every set ... Finished fourth on the career kills list at Ole Miss (927) ... Her 29 service aces placed her in a tie for second in single-season program history ... Finished sixth all-time in program history with 857 digs ... Had 12 digs and seven kills on her Senior Night vs. LSU ... Notched a team-high tying 14 digs at Auburn ... Dug 13 balls vs. Texas A&M ... Had 10 kills on a season-best .526 hitting pct and eight digs at Tennessee ... Had 14 digs at Mississippi State ... Logged a career-high 20 digs and a season-high three block assists vs. South Carolina ... Had her second double-double of the season with 10 kills and a team-high 13 digs vs. Tennessee ... Recorded seven kills and nine digs vs. Auburn ... Had 11 digs at LSU ... Had eight kills and 14 digs at Georgia ... Had 11 digs at No. 19 Kentucky ... Had nine kills and nine digs vs. Louisiana ... Named to the TCU Nike/Molten Invitational All-Tournament team ... Had 10 kills, eight digs, three assists and three total blocks at TCU ... Had 14 kills and just one attacking error vs. Stephen F. Austin ... Had 10 digs vs. Georgia Southern ... Had a double-double vs. Maryland with 12 kills and a team-high 17 digs ... Opened the season with a team-high 13 kills and nine digs ... Member of the Rebels' leadership team.
2012: Led Ole Miss offensively with team-high 311 kills (3.02 k/s), the third most in single-season history ... Led Rebels with team-high 30 service aces, the most in single season history ... Recorded six double-doubles this season, second most on the team ... Recorded double-digit kills in team-high 18 matches this season ... Averaged 2.06 digs/set and totaled 212 digs on the year ... Had team-high 16 kills, nine digs and seven assists vs. Texas A&M ... Had 10 kills, nine digs and four service aces vs. Alabama ... Finished with 14 kills and 15 digs at LSU ... Had 19 kills, six assists and six digs vs. Missouri ... Led Ole Miss at Florida with 11 kills and eight digs, both team highs ... Had team-high 14 kills and eight digs vs. Arkansas ... Named to Magnolia Invitational All-Tournament team ... Recorded career-high 20 kills in five-set victory at Xavier, and was just two digs shy (16) of tying a career-high ... Had 15 kills, 11 digs and eight service aces vs. Wofford ... Opened year w/ double-double at Miami (Fla.), recording a dozen kills and 11 digs.
2011: Started all 28 matches, playing in all 109 sets on the season ... Second on the team with 266 kills and averaged 2.44 kills per set ... Also averaged 2.14 digs per set, third best on the team ... Posted a team-high 24 service aces ... Turned in seven double-doubles on the year ... Tallied 14 double-digit kill performances, including a career-high 18 kills at No. 20 Tennessee (10/9) ... Posted eight double-digit dig performances, including a career-high 18 digs in the season-ending win over Alabama (11/25) ... Turned in a career-high four service aces against Alabama (11/25) in the season finale.
2010: Played all 30 matches, drawing the start in 22 of them ... Drew her first start in the season-opener against UT-San Antonio (8/27) at the Rice Invitational ... Turned in her best hitting performance against Texas Tech (8/28) at the Rice Invitational ... Hit .615 with a season-high nine kills as she went 9-for-13 with one error ... Tallied five double-digit dig performances, including a season-high 15 digs against Southern Miss (9/10) at the Magnolia Invitational ... Put down a season-high 5.0 blocks (5 BA) at Alabama (10/24).
HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four years at Pickens High School under head coach Jennifer Gravely ... Four-time CAWS All-Region and All-State selection ... Named to play in the CAWS All-Star Game in 2009 ... Named the Class 3A State Player of the Year in 2008 by High School Sports Report ... Named an All-State selection in 2006 by High School Sports Report ... First and only Pickens varsity girl to score more than 1,000 points for her career ... Helped lead Pickens to the State Championship in 2006 and 2008 ... Named one of the top 10 freshmen in the nation by High School Sports Report in 2006 ... Named to the All-Tournament Team at the Border Bash (2006, 2008, 2009), Eastside Invitational (2009), RAM Invitational (2009), Pickens Invitational (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009) and the TOC (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009) ... Lettered four years in basketball ... Named Team MVP and an All-Region selection all four years ... All-State selection in 2008 and 2009 ... Selected to play in the North-South game in 2009 ... Lettered six times in softball.
CLUB EXPERIENCE: Played with Club South in 2010.
MISCELLANEOUS: Daughter of Chris and Gina Morgan ... Born September 18, 1991.
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