On Morris: A player who has improved with each successive year at the collegiate level … one of the fastest players on the team … has improved her stickwork skills and looks to start in the midfield this season.
2000 (Sophomore): Saw action in 10 games … scored one goal and had one assist … lone goal came against Old Dominion (3/25) … also collected four ground balls.
1999 (Freshman): Scored two goals in 1999 on just three shots … both goals came in the Brown game (3/22) … played in 10 games in a reserve role on the midfield.
Prep: A three-year letterwinner at Middlebury Union High School in Middlebury, Vt. … a three-sport athlete, playing lacrosse and field hockey, and a member of the alpine ski team … also earned two letters in field hockey and four letters in alpine skiing … captained the lacrosse team in 1997 and helped guide the team to the regular-season championship with an 11-3 record … a first team all-state selection in lacrosse … a Vermont/New Hampshire all-star … selected Middlebury’s Player of the Year … helped guide the field hockey team to a 16-0-1 record in 1996 and the Division I state championship … the 1997 field hockey team was ranked second in New England by NESN and allowed only three goals in 17 games … a two-time first team NVAC selection in skiing … also earned all-state honors two consecutive seasons … captained the ski team to an undefeated record in 1997 and the state runner-up trophy.
Personal: Annie Morris was born July 16, 1979 … is the daughter of Deborah and Daniel Morris … plans to major in art studio … a member of the student senate at Middlebury Union High School.
Year GP G A Pts. 1999 10 2 0 2 2000 10 1 1 2 Career 20 3 1 4
Goals: 2 vs. Brown, 3-22-99
Assists: 1 vs. Old Dominion, 3-25-00