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Kim Morgan
Kim Morgan

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Seattle, Wash.

High School:
Highline

Height:
5-6

Position:
M/F

Birthdate:
06/21/1981

Experience:
3V



Washington State Career

CAREER NOTES - Has appeared in 57 matches, including 56 starts, putting her just 15 matches from the WSU's top 10 in matches played, and 5 from matches started...tied for fourth in game-winning goals with five...12th in points with 28...tied for ninth in goals with 11.

JUNIOR (2002) - Played in 20 matches, starting 19...scored WSU's first goal of the year just four seconds before halftime in a season-opening, 2-0 win over Minnesota...provided two assists in the first 16 minutes of 8-1 win over Montana...continued torrid early season production with a goal and assist against Idaho in 2-0 win...helped WSU improve to 5-0 for the first time in program history by knocking in a goal at San Jose State...rebounded a shot by Rachel Rodrick and scored on the putback to give WSU a two-goal lead against Washington...sparked a 2-0 win over No. 7/11 California by heading in a free kick in the fourth minute...once again got WSU going early against USC, taking a cross from Nicole Wilcox and burying at the 4:02 mark...earned Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention...shared co-most valuable player honors with fellow junior Shay Hobby.

SOPHOMORE (2001) - Started all 17 matches...extended consecutive matches started streak to 37...was fifth on the team with five points...knocked in two goals and had one assist on the season...scored game-winner in overtime against New Mexico to give the Cougars a Rocky Mountain road trip sweep over Air Force and New Mexico...scored second goal of the season off a Beth Childs' corner kick at UCLA...provided assist for Katrina Stroh goal in the 71st minute against Portland State...took 23 shots on the season, including a team-high 14 on goal.

FRESHMAN (2000) - One of seven players to start all 20 games...Pac-10 All-Conference honorable mention... made Soccer America Team of the Weeks Nov. 20...named the team's rookie of the year...scored three goals...scored the game-winner in the double overtime victory over the No. 2 Huskies Nov. 3...had a goal and an assist in the win over Portland State Sept. 24...scored Oct. 1 against UNLV...had an assist in the win at Utah.

HIGH SCHOOL - Earned 11 varsity letters...four-time letterwinner as a midfielder for coach Jon Guttormsen...received four letters in tennis and three in basketball...FRESHMAN - second team All-Seamount League...SOPHOMORE - first team All-Seamount...JUNIOR - first team All-Seamount...SENIOR - first team All-Seamount...basketball and tennis team captain.

PERSONAL - Born Kimberly Anne Morgan June 21, 1981, in Seattle, Wash...parents Dennis Morgan and Tamara Vanden Berg...one brother Stephen and two sisters Jessica and Katrina...played for the Washington ODP team in 1997 (coached by Steve Crum) and 1998 (Mike Washington)...member of the FBLA...1999-2000 DECA treasurer/secretary as well as state competitor...SADD member...will pursue a business degree.

Career Numbers
YEAR		MP	MS	S	SOG	G	A	PT	GWG	PK
2000		20	20	28	13	3	2	8	1	0-0
2001		17	17	23	14	2	1	5	1	0-0
2002		20	19	35	19	6	3	15	1	0-0
Totals		57	56 	86	46	11	6	28	3	0-0

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