On Morrison: Quick midfielder who was a mainstay on the third midfield in 2008 ... could compete for a spot on the second units this season ... is a good inverter ... switched from No. 46 to No. 6 prior to the 2007 season ... joined by fellow Landon alum Mike Griswold on the Terps' squad.
As a junior (2008): Made his season debut in 11-6 win at No. 4 Georgetown (2/23) ... one groundball in 13-5 win over Providence (3/3) ... scored the first two goals of his college career in 16-4 win over Air Force (3/16) ... scored his first game-winning goal in 13-7 win over No. 1 Virginia (3/29) ... one groundball in 5-4 loss to No. 9 Navy (4/4) ... one groundball in 9-4 win over Penn (4/19).
As a sophomore (2007): Missed the first eight games due to injury ... saw his first playing time of the season in 14-10 win at Penn (4/21).
As a freshman (2006): Picked up a groundball in his collegiate debut in 10-4 season opening victory at No. 7 Georgetown (2/25) ... saw his most extensive playing time in 14-2 win over Dartmouth (3/21) ... one groundball in 15-5 loss to No. 1 Virginia (4/1).
Before Maryland: Three-year letterwinner for Coach Rob Bordley ... helped lead the Bears to a 20-2 record and a share of the IAC championship ... Washington Post second team all-Metro ... all-county selection by The Gazette and The Journal ... scored 15 goals and added 11 assists ... scored a hat trick and added an assist in a 12-7 victory over DeMatha and Terp teammate Danny Gallagher ... all-IAC ... won the 2005 Jack Crawford Most Valuable Midfielder Award ... member of the 2004 Maryland Freestate team ... also excelled on the soccer field ... named the Bears' rookie of the year in 2003 as a defender ... moved to the midfield in 2004 and was named the team's offensive MVP ... also garnered honorable mention all-county honors ... switched to forward as a senior ... named all-IAC.
Personal: Son of Joseph and Barbara Morrison ... brother of Joe, Matt and Calla ... majoring in kinesiology.