|| Kinsey Morrison
Kinsey Morrison on being at Stanford: "I feel as though I have been given a gift. For me to be at this university means that many others who wanted to come here could not. Therefore, I feel it is important to utilize the amazing resources that are provided for me and never take for granted the wonderful opportunity to be here."
As a Senior in 2006: A team captain...appeared in all 18 matches for the Cardinal and started eight...an MPSF All-Academic selection...led the Cardinal defense with 21 ground balls...also notched 11 caused turnovers and six draw controls...recorded first career assist against UC Davis on April 10...also collected three ground balls and caused three turnovers in that match...tied a career high and jumped onto the Cardinal single-game charts with four caused turnovers against California.
As a Junior in 2005: Started and played in all 18 games...Recorded 22 ground balls, seven draw controls and 15 caused turnovers...Earned MPSF Academic-All Conference Honors...Led the Stanford defense with four ground balls and one caused turnover against Cal.
As a Sophomore in 2004: Battled injuries throughout much of her sophomore campaign, appearing in four games...Recorded three ground balls, two draw controls, and two caused turnovers...Both of her caused turnovers came in the Cardinal's 16-5 win over Denver (3/28)...Also saw action in MPSF semifinal win over UC Davis (5/6), collecting a ground ball and registering a draw control.
As a Freshman in 2003: Appeared in six games, starting all of them...Scored one goal on the season...Lone goal came in the Cardinal's 15-9 win over Denver (3/2)...Registered six ground balls, four caused turnovers, and five draw controls on the season.
High School: Played lacrosse, field hockey, soccer and squash in high school...In lacrosse, she was named First-Team All-Mid-Atlantic in the national tournament following her junior season and a "Rising Senior" All-Star team selection...In field hockey, she was Second-Team All-State as a senior and First-Team All-City as both a junior and senior...Under-19 state squash champion as a junior...White Blazer Award as a senior for excellence in three varsity sports.
Personal: Parents are Alfred and Katherine Morrison...Hobbies include squash, traveling and spending time with friends and family.
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