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Kevin Morrison
Position: Associate Head Coach
Hometown: La Verne, Calif.
Alma Mater: Cal Poly Pomona
Experience: 2 Years

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Kevin Morrison is entering his second season as an assistant women's basketball coach at the University of Washington.

Morrison was a part of the staff that led Washington to 20-14 record and a trip to the quarterfinals of the WNIT.

Morrison brings plenty of Pac-12 experience with him to Seattle. For the past four years, the La Verne, Calif., native served as an assistant coach at California under coach Joanne Boyle, where he assisted with recruiting and contributed in the Golden Bears ability to continually bring in highly ranked classes.

Morrison will serve as the recruiting coordinator at Washington, in addition to being responsible for player development of the teams forwards and post players. In his first season at Washington, Morrison helped center Regina Rogers earn 1st Team All Pac-12 honors while leading the team in scoring (16.8 points) and rebounding (8.6).

While at California, Morrison was a part of a successful Golden Bears program that reached the postseason in each of his four seasons at Berkeley, including the Sweet Sixteen, along with a WNIT Championship. During the 2007-08, and then later in 2008-09, the Golden Bears set a school record for wins with 27.

Some of the players Morrison brought to California include McDonalds All-American's: DeNesha Stallworth, Eliza Pierre, Gennifer Brandon, Lindsay Sherbert, and Afure Jemerigbe. Layshia Clarendon, another Cal signee, was a WBCA All-American. Overall, Cal signed three recruiting classes that were ranked in the Top-10 by ESPN Hoopgurlz, Blue Star, and All-Star Girls Report.

Prior to joining the college ranks, Morrison was the president and head coach of the West Coast Elite AAU program, where he helped 74 players sign with Division I teams, including 17 McDonald's All-Americans and six Gatorade State Players of the Year and one Gatorade National Player of the Year.

Morrison is a 1994 graduate of Cal Poly Pomona with a degree in social work. He spent over nine years as a social worker and high school guidance counselor. Kevin and his wife Heather have one son, Jayce.

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