|| Stephanie Morrison
Rowed in Varsity eight the last two years ... received second place in the 2007 Pac-10 Varsity 8 ... received 2005 Pocock All-Region Second Team honors ... is one half of "The Canadian Steph's"-the other half being former teammate Steph Connolly, in Canada Steph Morrison and Steph Connolly are referred to as "The Stanford Steph's" ... a two-time member of the Canadian Under-23 National Team ... raced in the Canadian U-23 eight that finished 4th at the 2007 World Chapionships ... raced in the Canadian U-23 four that finished 4th at the 2006 World Championships ... in 2005, competed as the Canadian U-23 pair with Connolly ... a two-time Canadian National Rowing Champion ... a qualified Level 1 Theory Coach in the Canadian National Coaching Certification Program and has Weight Training Level 1 certification as well ...
High School: Was an honor student at L.V. Rogers High School in Nelson, British Columbia and graduated a semester early ...in 2001, she completed the Royal Conservatory Grade 4 flute examination with honors ... a member of the Canadian Junior National Development Rowing Team ... represented Canada at 2003 Can-Am-Mex Regatta in 2x and 4x ... won the 2003 Canadian Indoor Rowing Championships ... a member of the Victoria City and Nelson Rowing Clubs
Personal: Enjoys skiing (water, downhill, and cross-country) ... is fluent in French ...
Getting to Know Stephanie Morrison
|Parents||Bruce and Lois Morrison|
|Activities Outside of Rowing||Tutoring in East Palo Alto and off-campus intern at an aquatic rehabilitation facility|
|I am most grateful for||My family|
|When I was a kid I was terrified of||Cows|
|Favorite food||Fudge and fresh vegetables (but eaten in separate bites|
|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.|