|High School:||Owen J. Roberts|
Career: Third team NFHCA All-America selection as a senior … Graduated ranked 15th in program history with 32 career goals … Two-time NFHCA All-South Region honoree, garnering first team recognition as a senior … Three-year starter at forward with 85 contests played for her career … Guided the Blue Devils to two NCAA semifinals appearances in 2013 and 2015 … Represented Duke in the 2016 NFHCA Division I Senior Game … Team field captain as a senior … Four-time NFHCA National Academic Squad selection … Named to the All-ACC Academic Team twice.
2016: NFHCA All-America third team selection as a senior after recording 11 goals and three assists… Also earned spots on the NFHCA All-South Region and All-ACC first teams … Represented Duke in the NFHCA Division I Senior Game … Ranked third on the squad in points (25) and goals with three multiple-goal efforts … Found the back of the cage twice in a season-opening 8-4 win over William & Mary, contributing to Duke's highest scoring output since 2012 … Turned in a career-high four goals against James Madison (9/11) … The performance tied for third on the program's single-game goals list … Named the Ronald McDonald House Charities Duke Student-Athlete of the Week for her effort against the Dukes … Earned ACC Co-Offensive Player of the Week honors Oct. 4 after recording three goals in wins over No. 13 Boston University and No. 15 Boston College … Tallied the game winner against the Terriers in overtime … Served as Duke's field captain … All-ACC Academic Team and NFHCA National Academic Squad.
2015: NFHCA All-South Region second team selection as a junior after guiding the Blue Devils to the NCAA semifinals and a 14-7 ledger … Paced the squad in points (26) and goals (11) … Tied for first on the team with three game-winning goals, including an overtime tally that lifted Duke to a 1-0 victory at Boston University (10/11) … Turned in the second hat trick of her career against William & Mary (9/13) … Notched career-high two assists in a win over No. 9 Louisville (10/2) … Tabbed the ACC Offensive Player of the Week Nov. 3 after recording two goals, including the game winner in overtime, at Liberty (10/31) … Found the back of the cage against Virginia in the NCAA quarterfinals (11/15) … All-ACC Academic Team, NFHCA National Academic Squad and ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2014: Started all 20 contests at forward in 2014, notching seven points on two goals and three assists … The three assists tied her for third on the team … Recorded a point in three consecutive contests in September, tallying assists against Virginia (Sept. 19) and William & Mary (Sept. 21) and adding a goal in a win over California (Sept. 26) … Named to the NFHCA National Academic Squad.
2013: Saw the field in all 24 games as a rookie, earning three starting assignments during NCAA tournament play ... Posted eight goals for 16 points to rank third on the team ... Second in shots on goal with 33 for the season ... Collected a hat trick in only her second collegiate game, scoring three goals against Drexel (Sept. 1) ... Also had scores in NCAA first and second round victories over New Hampshire and UMass ... Selected to the NFHCA National Academic Squad.
Prior to Duke: Guided the U21 national team to the bronze medal at the 2012 Junior Pan American Games … Member of the U19 national team and the women's Indoor Pan American championship team … Earned a bronze medal at the 2010 Junior Olympics … Lettered two years at The Hill School and two seasons at Owen J. Roberts … Second team all-league and all-area selection as a senior … Topped the 100-goal mark for her career during her final season … Led her team to conference and division titles her junior year … Set a school single-season record and ranked eighth in the country with 43 goals as a junior … Single-season scoring record holder at The Hill School … Member of the WC Eagles and Xcalibur club teams, capturing National Indoor Tournament championships with both squads.
Personal: Born Oct. 26, 1994 … Daughter of Jack and Patti Morris … Has one sister, Nicole, who played field hockey at Boston College (2011-14) ... Majoring in earth and ocean sciences.