|Hometown:||Palos Verdes, Calif.|
|High School:||Palos Verdes High School|
|Major:||Leavey School of Business|
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2014-2015: Fall Singles: Record of 2-8 … tallied a win against Andie Mouzes (SAC) at the Cal Invitational … picked up a win against Claire Meunier (UCD) at the USTA/ITA Regionals … Fall Doubles: Posted a record of 1-1 with partner Nabila Farah at the Cal Nike Invite ... Spring Singles: Posted a record of 1-4 … earned a win in the Broncos’ final match over Julia Norlin of LMU 6-3, 6-3 … Spring Doubles: Partnered with Zeina El Tawil for most of the season at Position 3, posting a record of 3-8 … defeated Montana’s Kincaid and Sulz 6-3 on March 27 … had a key 6-2 win over Boncheva and Labintseva of Pacific on April 11.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Palos Verdes High School in 2014 … was the Bay League Doubles Champion senior year … won the Ojai Valley Girls 18 Doubles Championship junior and senior year … tallied a 25-5 singles record senior year … posted a perfect 6-0 doubles record senior year … reached the third round of CIF Division I playoffs sophomore year … was the CIF SS Academic Champion in 2011 … was World Team Tennis National Champion in 2011 … made it to the final round of the Bay League Doubles Championship as a freshman … four-time All-Area First Team … named team MVP all four years … member of the National Charity League, National English Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society … president of the Class of 2011 National Honor Society … was involved with Link Crew and Project Runway.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Peter and Jennifer Morgan … father graduated from University of Pacific and works in commercial real estate … mother graduated from University of Oregon and is a consultant … has one younger sister Eden (17) … hobbies include drawing, going to the beach and hanging out with friends … studying in the Leavey School of Business.
ON WHY SHE CHOSE SANTA CLARA:
“I chose Santa Clara University because of the beautiful campus, the welcoming tennis team and coach and its unique location in Silicon Valley. The reputation of the Leavey School of Business is very impressive, and I think it would suit me well as I discover what I would like to study in the field of business. I also like that the school has a Jesuit element to it because I would explore my faith more while in college.”