Washington is one of just two teams that returns a pair of Top-25 NCAA finishers from 2011.
The UW women return six of seven runners from their NCAA runner-up squad.
The Husky women have been in the top-four at 20 of the last 22 conference meets.
Washington will run against dozens of ranked opponents in the last race before Pac-12s.
2011-12: Saw her first official action as a Husky, scoring in her first race, as she placed ninth at the Sundodger Invitational in 21:38, which was fourth on the team ... traveled to Minneapolis for the Roy Griak Invite, placing 87th overall and seventh among Huskies in 22:09 ... ran in the B-race at the Wisconsin Invitational, placing 53rd overall and second among Huskies ... had her season ended early by stress fractures ... earned honorable mention on the Pac-12 All-Academic squad ... (Track): Came back from injury late in the season to run once, running the 3,000m at the UW-WSU Dual and finishing eighth ... picked up honorable mention on the Pac-12 All-Academic Team.
2010-11: Redshirted the cross country and track seasons to preserve a year of eligibility ... did not compete unattached.
High School and Personal: Born in San Diego, California ... parents are Gretchen and Bill Morgan ... has one younger sister, Emily ... father swam in college for San Diego State and Aunt Sue Hooten was a 1984 Olympic rower ... led Torrey Pines to the Division-I California state title in 2009, finishing second overall as the top finishing senior in 17:16 over 5k ... finished 17th at the 2009 National Foot Locker Cross Country Championships ... the runner-up at the 2009 Foot Locker West Regional meet to qualify for nationals ... as a junior, was 24th at Foot Locker Nationals following a fifth-place finish at the West Regional Championships ... as a junior in 2008, was fourth at the California state cross country meet ... on the track, took third at the 2010 Division-I California state meet in the 3,200-meters, after finishing eighth as a junior ... Avocado League champion in cross country from 2007-09 and the 3,200m champ in 2009-10 ... fifth at the prestigious Arcadia Invitational in 2009 in the 3200m, running 10:31.91, then moved up to third in the same race in 2010 ... placed eighth at the California state meet as a junior in the 3200m in 10:33.58 ... won the 2009 Mt. SAC Cross Country Invitational in a course record 16:59 over the 3-mile course ... named All-State and All-CIF as a junior and senior ... North County Times Scholar Athlete of the Year and Torrey Pines Scholar Athlete of the Year as a senior ... earned CIF Sportsmanship Award as a senior ... multiple San Diego Union All-Academic Team honors ... also competed in the World Mountain Running Championships in Campodolcino, Italy in 2009, finishing second overall, the highest-placing American junior in the history of the event ... hobbies include playing the piano, tap dancing and traveling ... interested in studying journalism communications, marketing and anthropology.
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