Morgan joined the Academy as a goalkeeper in the summer of 2010 when she was 15. She was one of the finest goalkeepers in the country when she played and is now one of the finest young coaches in the country. She attended McDonogh High School, where she led the team to numerous championships and numerous personal awards and honors in the toughest private school league in the country. She was multiple times All-State, All-Conference, All-County, and was named one of the top 100 players in the nation stated by Soccer America. She finished her high school soccer career as one of the greatest players to have ever played at her school. Morgan was also a member of the National Honor Society and played Varsity Softball. More than her high school accomplishments, Morgan was among the best club goalkeepers in the country. She was a three year member of the US National team. She was a four year member of the Region I ODP team and a four year member of the Maryland State ODP team. During her junior year, Morgan's club team won the Virginia State Cup, the Region I Championship and finished second at US Nationals (Before the days of US Soccer Academy or ECNL). Morgan went on to achieve the Golden Glove Award at the Adidas ESP Camp for the top 100 players in the nation. Morgan changed to a more local club team in her senior year and led them to national prominence in tournament and state cup play. In the fall of her junior year, Morgan committed to a scholarship to play at Louisiana State University. Sadly, a severe hip injury in the first days of her college career harshly restricted her ability to play. Even with a brutal hip injury that required multiple surgeries, she was still able to play some in college. More remarkable was that in her senior year, she was named the Goalkeeper Coach while still a player. After graduating from LSU, Morgan was hired at Loyola University in Baltimore, Maryland as an Assistant Coach. She coached at the US Soccer Academy level with Washington Spirit - Baltimore Armour where she was the Director of Goalkeeping and Assistant Coach. After a couple years as a full time university coach, Morgan was called back into the playing ranks joining the Washington Spirit as a goalkeeper at the highest level of women's professional soccer. Morgan finished the year with the Spirit in 2018 and returned to her coaching. Morgan left Loyola University and took a position with nationally prestigious Northwestern University as an Assistant Coach. She takes Academy One to the Midwest. Words do not express how proud we are to have Morgan and one of the Academy's Directors. Her knowledge and insight into goalkeeping and overall coaching are without measure. Morgan currently lives in the Chicago area with her beloved dogs.