Emily  Morrow

21Emily Morrow

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Argyle, Texas

High School:
Marcus

Height:
5-4

Position:
D

CAREER HIGHS

  • Points: 1, 9x, last vs. Texas A&M (10/9)
  • Goals: N/A
  • Assists: 1, 9x, last vs. Texas A&M (10/9)
  • Shots: 2, 2x, last at American (9/4/16)
  • SOG: 1, 2x, last vs. Alabama (11/3/14)
  • Minutes: 110, 7x, last at Kentucky (10/14/16)

AS A SENIOR (2016)

  • Named to Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week (10/11)
  • Started 17 games on UT back line this season
  • Finished tied for fourth on the team with three assists
  • Played all 90 minutes in 2-0 shutout victory over Ole Miss in the first round of the SEC Tournament (10/31)
  • Played full 90 minutes and assisted on Hannah Wilkinson's game-winning goal in shutout victory over Texas A&M (10/9)
  • Posted second assist of the season in 3-1 win at LSU (10/6)
  • Played all 103 minutes in double OT loss to Vanderbilt (9/30)
  • Recorded first assist of the season in 3-0 win over Middle Tennessee (9/11)
  • Had two shots in 47 minutes of action at American (9/4)
  • Played full 90 minutes in 1-0 shutout win over Liberty (8/21)

AS A JUNIOR (2015)

  • Member of the 2015-16 VOLeaders inaugural class
  • Started every game, averaging 78.5 minutes per game, in the 2015 season; assisted on three goals
  • Played the full 110 minutes vs. Kentucky (10/25)
  • Serviced the ball into the box for an Anna Bialczak goal (86') and played 90 minutes at Alabama (10/11)
  • Provided the corner kick for an Amy Neal goal (60'), playing the full 90 minutes vs. Georgia (10/2)
  • Played the full 110 minutes at Vanderbilt (9/27)
  • Appeared in all 110 minutes at Mississippi State (9/25)
  • Played the full 90 minutes vs. No. 14 Auburn (9/20)
  • Recorded an assist on an Amy Neal goal in 52 minutes vs. Navy (9/4)
  • Played the full 110 minutes at No. 7 Virginia Tech (8/30)
  • Shot twice over 59 minutes in the season opener vs. Lipscomb (8/21)

AS A SOPHOMORE (2014)

  • Named NSCA Strength and Conditioning All-American
  • Played the full 110 minutes vs. No. 8 Florida in the SEC Tournament (11/5)
  • Provided the assist for Wilkinson's goal (54') and shot once in 90 minutes of action vs. Alabama in her SEC Tournament debut (11/3)
  • Played the full 90 minutes vs. Vanderbilt (10/19)
  • Provided the assist on Creighton's goal (81') during 90 minutes of play vs. LSU (10/17)
  • Put one shot on-goal while playing the full 97 minutes vs. Arkansas (10/10)
  • Played a career-high 110 minutes at Auburn (10/5)
  • Shot once in 76 minutes vs. Mississippi State (9/28)
  • Saw 73 minutes of action vs. Alabama (9/26)
  • Played 30 minutes at ETSU (9/21)
  • Appeared in four minutes of action vs. No. 23 BYU (8/29)
  • Played 21 minutes at Wisconsin (8/24)
  • Saw 57 minutes of action in the season opener vs. Milwaukee (8/22)

AS A FRESHMAN (2013)

  • Played career-high 48 minutes vs. WKU (9/15)
  • Saw 23 minutes off the bench vs. James Madison (9/1)
  • Played 45 minutes at Samford (8/25)
  • Posted her first career assist on Caroline Brown's goal against Oklahoma (8/23)

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB

  • Four-year soccer letterwinner and one-year captain at Marcus High School
  • Enjoyed her best year as a junior, when she scored six goals and had 15 assists
  • As a junior, she earned Dallas Morning News first-team all-area, first-team All-District 8-5A, All-VYPE Denton County MVP and District 8-5A co-MVP honors
  • As a sophomore, she had five goals and five assists to earn first-team All-District 8-5A accolades
  • Played club soccer for Solar Chelsea 95

PERSONAL

  • Majoring in Kinesiology
  • Chose Tennessee over Arkansas, Oklahoma State and Middle Tennessee State
  • Went on a mission trip to Guatemala with NEXT Worldwide
  • Was a member of the student council in high school
  • Parents are Doug Morrow and Lori Donoghue
  • Has two younger brothers: Tyler Morrow and Matthew Morrow
  • Emily Lynn Morrow was born on Oct. 1, 1994, in Dallas, Texas
  • Recipient of the Patricia Purvis-Kim Crane Scholarship
  • Recipient of the Sam & Flora Grigsby Athletic Scholarship Endowment
 

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