|| Steph Morrison
Co-captain for 2007-08 ... Rowed in the varsity eight in 2005, 2006 and 2007 ... Second at the 2007 PAC-10 Championships ...Tenth at 2007 NCAA's ... Three-time member of the Canadian Under-23 National Team... Fourth in the Women's 8+ at the 2007 Under 23-World Rowing Championships (Strathclyde, Scotland)... Sixth in the Women's 4- at the 2006 Under-23 World Rowing Championships (Hazewinkel, Belgium)... Sixth in the Women's 2- at the 2005 Under-23 World Rowing Championships (Amsterdam, Netherlands)...Women's Rowing All-Pac-10 Team...Received 2005 Pocock All Region second-team honors... Qualified Level 1 Theory Coach in the Canadian National Coaching Certification Program ... Has Weight Training Level 1 certification...Spent the first half of her senior year interning at the Betty Wright Swim Center in Palo Alto (in the Adapted Aquatics program working in with children with disabilities).
High School: Honor student at L.V. Rogers High School in Nelson, British Columbia ... Graduated a semester early ... Participated in the recreational leadership program and was weight-room supervisor...Eucharistic Minister...Member of the Canadian Junior National Development Rowing Team ... Represented Canada at 2003 Can-Am-Mex regatta in 2x and 4x ... Won 2003 Canadian Indoor Rowing Championships.
Personal: Born in Nelson, B.C., Canada ... Parents are Bruce and Lois Morrison, has an older brother, Kurt ... Majoring in human biology ... Plans to pursue a career in physical therapy ... Hobbies include water-skiing, downhill skiing, and cross-country skiing.
Getting to Know Stephanie Morrison
|Parents||Bruce and Lois Morrison|
|Activities Outside of Rowing||Tutoring in East Palo Alto|
|I am most grateful for||My family|
|When I was a kid I was terrified of||Cows|
|Other sports||Any kind of skiing (water, downhill, x/c)|
|If you go to Canada you should visit||The Kootenays|
|Best things about my hometown||Laid-back lifestyle, the beautiful mountains, and the amazing glacier-fed lake|
|Best thing about Stanford athletics||Every team is full of elite athletes who really value academics and have goals beyond their sport.|
|Favorite Class at Stanford||"Environmental Changes and Emerging Infectious Diseases"|
|Did You Know||Steph's family lives in a cabin run off of micro-hydro, solar, and wind power during the summer months.|