2010 (SENIOR): Was named the SEC Player of the Year for the second consecutive season ... recipient of the Lowe's Senior CLASS award ... named NFCA second-team All-American ... was tabbed first-team ESPN the Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-American ... garnered All-SEC first-team honors ... was named SEC Player of the Week (March 22) ... broke the SEC career RBI record in the series finale against Mississippi (April 18) ... finished the season with a .361 average, 17 home runs and 74 RBI ... has collected 14 multi-hit games and leads the team with 19 multi-RBI games ... paced the conference during league games in home runs (9), RBI (36), slugging percentage (.848) and finished second in the league in walks (30) ... hit her first home run of the season and drove in two against Ohio State at the Hatter Invitational in Deland, Fla. (Feb. 19) ... hit a three run homer and drove in four against Nebraska at the NFCA Leadoff Classic (Feb. 27) ... hit a home run, collected two hits and drove in four against Liberty (March 9) ... hit a grand slam and walked twice in the series finale at Georgia (March 14) ... hit a pair of home runs and drove in five in the series opener at Kentucky (March 16) ... added another home run in the nightcap against Kentucky ... hit a three run home run and walked twice in game two against South Carolina (March 20) ... batted a perfect 3 for 3 and scored three runs while driving in two in the series finale against South Carolina (March 21) ... collected two hits and drove in four in the series opener against Florida (March 27) ... hit a home run, drove in two and scored twice in the series finale at Auburn (April 3) ... hit a home run in four straight games (April 10 - 17) ... hit two home runs and drove in five in two games against Northwestern (April 10 - 11) ... hit a home run and drove in three at Mississippi Valley State (April 13) ... started off the Mississippi series with a home run and five RBI (April 17) ... hit a grand slam against Troy (April 20) ... hit a two run home run in game two at Arkansas (April 24) ... hit her first career triple and scored three times against Georgia Tech (April 28) ... hit a home run in the SEC regular season clinching win at Mississippi State (May 9) ... has appeared 18 times in the circle and made 16 starts ... posts a 7-2 record with a 3.42 ERA ... has struck out 58 in 86 innings ... struck out 10 and allowed just three hits in a complete game effort in her first start of the season on opening day against Missouri (Feb. 13) ... went the distance to earn the win and struck out four to open the NFCA Leadoff Classic against Maryland (Feb. 26) ... pitched five innings and allowed just one run to earn the win in game two at Auburn (April 3) ... allowed one run and struck out four in a complete game win at Arkansas (April 24) ... earned the win by tossing six innings and allowing two earned runs against Tennessee in game two (May 1) ... tossed a complete game and allowed an earned run at Mississippi State (May 8) ... went a combined 5 for 8 with seven RBI in the Tuscaloosa Super Regional against Hawai'i (May 29-30).
2009 (JUNIOR): Played and started in 61 games in her junior campaign ... named a NFCA first-team All-American ... tabbed an Easton All-American ... named an ESPN the Magazine Academic third-team All-American ... was named to the Women's College World Series All-Tournament team ... was named the SEC Player of the Year ... was named to the All-SEC first team ... is a USA Softball Player of the Year top 10 finalist ... named to the SEC All-Tournament team ... named to the NFCA All-District team ... was an All-SEC preseason selection ... was named an ESPN the Magazine All-Academic District 4 first team selection ... became the first player in Alabama history with three 50 or more RBI seasons ... led Alabama with a .406 (67-for-165) batting average, 11 home runs and 59 RBI ... led the team with a .673 slugging percentage and a .505 on base percentage ... led the country with eight sacrifice flies .... Scored 30 runs and added 11 doubles while tallying 111 total bases ... collected 15 multi-hit games and 15 multi-RBI games ... won the SEC batting title during league games with a .447 (34-for-76) batting average ... hit five home runs and paced the conference with 34 RBI over that span ... slugged .671 and had a .521 on base percentage during SEC play ... sported a career-best 17-game hitting streak from Feb. 21 - March 21 ... opened the 2009 campaign with a 3-for-4 effort at the plate with a home run, two runs and five RBI against Northwestern State on Feb. 7 ... drove in two and went deep against BYU to open the Cathedral City Classic on Feb. 19 ... hit a solo shot against No. 19 Southern Illinois at the Leadoff Classic on Feb. 27 ... smacked a solo home run against No. 24 Baylor at the Easton Challenge on March 7 ... batted 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBI against Mississippi State on March 14 ... batted 2-for-3 with three RBI at Mississippi on March 21 ... drove in another trio of runs against Mississippi on March 22 ... batted 3-for-4 with a double against Troy on April 1 ... hit a home run and drove in three against No. 6 Georgia on April 4 ... drove in three runs in the second game of a doubleheader at South Carolina on April 10 ... batted 3-for-4 with two RBI in the series finale at South Carolina on April 11 ... went 2-for-3 with a RBI against Kentucky on April 14 ... was named the SEC Player of the Week on April 20 for batting .714 (10-for-14) with two home runs and eight RBI against Kentucky and Arkansas ... batted .778 in the series against Arkansas with two home runs and seven RBI ... batted 2-for-3 with a home run in the series opener against Arkansas on April 18 ... followed that up with another home run on three hits and added two runs in the night cap against Arkansas ... was a perfect 2-for-2 with four RBI in the series finale against Arkansas on April 19 ... walked three times in the night cap at No. 20 Georgia Tech on April 22 ... batted 3-for-3 with two runs against Auburn on April 25 ... drove in three runs and smacked a double against Arkansas in the SEC Tournament opener on May 7 to become the first player in Alabama history with three 50 or more RBI seasons ... batted 2-for-3 with three runs and a home run against No. 1 Florida on the SEC Championship game ... home run was the first allowed by SEC Pitcher of the Year Stacey Nelson ... hit a home run and drove in two in the Tuscaloosa Regional championship game against Texas on May 17 ... hit 3-for-4 with three RBI and a home run in Alabama's 14-0 win over No. 9 Arizona at the WCWS on May 30 ... batted 1-for-3 with a run scored against No. 1 Florida at the WCWS on May 31 ... appeared in 31 games and started in 23 in the circle ... went 18-6 with a 1.80 ERA with 124 strikeouts in 144 innings ... walked only 21 batters and sported a .221 opposing batting average ... threw 14 complete games and seven shutouts ... went 6-4 with a 2.48 ERA during SEC play ... struck out 63 and walked 10 in 62 innings over that span ... tossed a shutout and struck out six against Oregon on Feb. 19 ... allowed no runs over seven innings and struck out 10 against Hawaii on Feb. 21 ... struck out a career-best 12 in a win against Mississippi State on March 14 ... earned two wins and did not allow an earned run in two appearances against Arkansas ... struck out nine and allowed an unearned run in her start against Arkansas on April 18 ... pitched her first career no-hitter in game two of a doubleheader at No. 20 Georgia Tech on April 22 ... struck out five and was perfect until the fifth inning in a six inning, complete game shutout ... allowed just a single hit in a complete game shutout at No. 15 Tennessee on May 2 ... went four innings and earned the win against Arkansas in the SEC Tournament opener on May 7 ... earned the win with two innings of scoreless relief against Kentucky in the SEC Tournament semifinals ... pitched a complete game shutout against Texas in the Tuscaloosa Regional championship game on May 17 ... earned the win in the circle against Arizona by scattering five hits in five innings of work to earn her 18th victory of the season.
2008 (SOPHOMORE): Morgan developed into one of the most dominating collegiate softball players in the country as a sophomore ... one of 10 finalists for the ASA/USA Softball Player of the Year and a first-team Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-American ... a first-team Easton All-America ... first-team NFCA All-South Region and first-team All-SEC ... garnered third-team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America honors and first-team All-District 4 accolades ... a member of the 2008 SEC Spring Academic Roll ... named to the Women's College World Series and SEC Tournament All-Tournament teams ... USA Softball and Louisville Slugger National Player of the Week (April 7) and a two-time SEC Player of the Week (March 25 and April 7) ... the only player in the country to rank in the top 30 nationally in batting average, home runs and earned run average ... led the nation in total RBI with 79 while ranking second in RBI per game a 1.22 ... the 79 RBI set both Alabama and Southeastern Conference single-season records ... at the plate finished with a .417 batting average, 19 home runs, 19 doubles, 156 total bases, a .813 slugging percentage and a .489 on-base average ... averaged a home run every 10.1 at bats ... averaged an extra-base hit every 4.9 at bats ... averaged an RBI every 2.4 at bats ... hit .458 (39 for 83) with runners in scoring position ... posted a .471 average (33 for 70) with two outs and led the team with 30 two-out RBI ... had a team best 19-multiple RBI games and 26 multiple-hit games ... hit in 33 of her last 39 games of the season ... in the circle recorded an 18-2 record with a 1.27 ERA over 104.1 innings ... notched seven-complete games and four shutouts ... allowed just 1.14 walks per seven innings ... led the SEC in home runs (.29 per game) and ranked 15th nationally ... ranked 10th nationally in total home runs (19) ... finished 25th nationally and fourth in the SEC in batting average while ranking second in the league in doubles and 41st in the country (.29) ... second in the SEC and 12th nationally in slugging percentage (.813) and tied for sixth in the league and 42nd overall in on-base percentage (.489) ... tied for ninth in the SEC and 76th nationally in win in the circle (18) ... ranked 27th nationally and second in the SEC in ERA (1.27) ... tied for third in the SEC and 20th nationally in sacrifice flies (four) ... Morgan opened the season by garnering Bama Bash! All-Tournament honors after going 5 for 10 with four doubles, four runs scored and four RBI ... set a school record with eight RBI vs. McNeese State on Feb. 13, hitting a grand slam, the second of her career, two doubles and scoring three runs ... was named to the Crimson Classic All-Tournament team after 5 for 10 with three RBI and two runs scored ... connected for her second home run of the season on Feb. 23 at Florida International in the adidas Golden Panther Invitational ... was 1 for 3 with a home run and two RBI at UAB on March 6 ... was 2 for 2 with a RBI and a run scored in the second game of the Tennessee series on March 9 ... suffered a stress fracture in her foot during the Mississippi State series, but went 3 for 9 with a RBI and a double ... Morgan was in a walking boot the remainder of the season when not on the field ... following the stress fracture to her foot, Morgan posted a .453 batting average with 16 home run, 54 RBI a .957 slugging percentage and a .511 on-base percentage ... the following weekend at Kentucky, Morgan went nuts with seven hits in 10 at bats (.700), including a school-record two home runs in back-to-back games of a doubleheader on March 22 ... drove in 12 runs vs. the Wildcats while also earning a win in the circle in the final game of the series ... garnered SEC Player of the Week honors for her work in Lexington ... was 2 for 2 with a home run, double and three RBI in the series finale with Ole Miss on March 30 ... threw five scoreless innings in the circle in game two of the series on March 29, allowing just four hits and striking out four ... Morgan swept the National Player of the Week honors (Louisville Slugger/NFCA & ASA/USA Softball) and was named the SEC Player of the Week after hitting .500 in a sweep of LSU ... connected for a 10th-inning walk-off home run to win the opener and then tossed complete-game wins in the final two games of the series in the circle ... collected her third three-hit game of the season with her 49th RBI at Troy on April 10 ... won two more games in the circle at Auburn to improve to 11-0 on the year and hit two home runs with three RBI at the plate ... continued to do everything for the Tide in a five-game stretch vs. Arkansas and South Carolina ... went 2-0 on the mound with 11 straight scoreless innings and hit .471 with two home runs and seven RBI ... ended the game first game vs. USC with a two-run home run in the sixth inning that gave the Tide an 8-0 win ... ripped a game-winning single in the eighth inning vs. No. 11 Northwestern on April 29 to complete the Tide's dramatic comeback win over the Wildcats ... hit .667 at Georgia (6 for 9) with a home run and four RBI while collecting two hits in each game ... was named to the SEC All-Tournament team after connecting for her 16th home run of the season, driving in three runs and drawing four walks ... went 2 for 5 in the NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional with a home run and two RBI ... also drew three walks - two intentional and was hit by two pitches ... In the circle, she was 1-0 with 5.1-scoreless innings with six strikeouts vs. Chattanooga ... continued her hot play in the super regional, going 3 for 7 at the plate, including her third career grand slam in game two ... also earned her 17th win in the circle, allowing just three hits with four strikeouts in four innings vs. Missouri ... Morgan showcased her skills on the national stage by hitting .308 (4 for 13) with a home run and four RBI in four games at the Women's College World Series ... turned in a 1-for-4 night vs. eventual national champion Arizona State in the opening game with a RBI double ... exploded against two-time defending national champion Arizona in the Tide's second WCWS game on May 31, going 3 for 3 with a towering solo shot and a two-RBI single ... pitched the Crimson Tide into the WCWS semifinals with a complete-game win over Louisiana-Lafayette in the second game of the day on May 31, allowing just one run on five hits with three strikeouts and just one walk.
2007 (FRESHMAN): Morgan took the Southeastern Conference by storm as a freshman in 2007 ... named to the NFCA All-South Region second team as well as earning second-team All-SEC honors and Freshman All-SEC accolades ... was named the league freshman of the week three times ... posted a .358 batting average, 11 home runs and 52 RBI ... collected eight doubles with a .606 slugging percentage and a .443 on-base percentage ... drew 26 walks while striking out just 12 times in 165 at bats ... also posted an 8-2 record in the circle with a 2.92 ERA ... pitched 52.1 innings, making seven starts and throwing three complete games ... hit an identical .358 in SEC play with seven home runs and 28 RBI ... her seven home runs and 28 RBI were the most in the league during conference action ... slugged .642 in league play with a .418 on-base percentage ... ranked sixth in the SEC in RBI, tied for sixth in home runs, ninth in slugging percentage and first with six sacrifice flies ... hit a home run in seven of the 10 SEC series ... had 14 multiple-RBI games ... recorded two or more hits in a game 15 times with a season-high four against Tennessee Tech in the NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional ... started in 62 games with 53 starts at first base seven on the mound and two as the designated player ... drove in four runs three times against LSU, Georgia and Tennessee Tech ... had a career game against Tennessee Tech in the NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional going 4 for 5 with two home runs, four RBI and two runs scored ... tallied hits in 20-of-22 games from March 17-April 6, including an 11-game hitting streak ... hit a grand slam against Georgia on March 31 ... reached base in all six plate appearances in a doubleheader against Louisiana Tech going 4 for 4 with one home run, four runs scored, three RBI and two walks ... had a bases-loaded double in the NCAA Seattle Super Regional game against Washington ... reached base in her first four collegiate plate appearances with two singles and two walks ... connected for her first collegiate home run against Toledo in the BAMA BASH! ... went 2 for 2 with three RBI a home run and a run scored vs. Mississippi State on March 11 ... went 4 for 9 with two multiple-hit games in the Auburn series with four RBI ... hit .416 at Ole Mis with a home run and four RBI ... batted .351 (26 of 74) with runners in scoring position and .429 (3 of 7) with the bases loaded ... had just 12 strikeouts in 165 at bats and two errors in 394 total chances in the field ...earned first collegiate victory over Texas-San Antonio in the Century-Tel Classic ... tossed 1.2 innings vs. Mississippi State to pick up first career save ... recorded a career-high eight strikeouts against Louisiana Lafayette on March 4.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Morgan was one of the most highly decorated incoming freshman in Crimson Tide softball history ... chose Alabama over UCLA and Texas ... played her first three years of high school at Moreno Valley High School before transferring to neighboring Valley View High School for her senior year ... a three-time first-team All-League honoree (2003-04, 06) ... garnered second-team All-League honors as a junior in 2005 ... earned first-team Team All-County honors in 2003 and 2006 ... League MVP in 2003 and the Valley View High Scholl MVP in 2006 ... Valley View Female Athlete of the Year (2006) ... league Rookie of the Year (2003) ... Moreno Valley High School Scholar-Athlete (2003-05) ... outstanding basketball player and team MVP on the 2003 league championship team ... graduated Magna Cum Laude at Valley View High School after finishing 13th in her class ... Daughter of Chris Morgan and Lori Morgan ... stepmother is Margaret Morgan ... has three brothers, Anthony Morgan, Shawnn Johnson, Bryan Johnson, and two sisters, Jenna Morgan and Jayme Johnson ... started playing softball at age nine ... born on June 5, 1988 in Riverside, Calif.