Navy's No. 1 player on the ladder, turned in a 13-15 record during the year ... played the No. 3 spot against Air Force, as Navy honored its two senior members last season with the top two positions on the ladder ... played four or five-game matches just five out of the 28 matches ... produced the Mids' lone singles win against Williams in the first round of the CSA Team Championship, defeating Daniel Bisson in five games ... defeated Ankur Gupta of Denison in the first round of the CSA Individual Championship, 9-2, 9-2, 9-1.
Despite battling injuries most of the season, he produced an 11-6 record as a sophomore ... turned in a 9-6 record at the No. 3 spot on the ladder, while undefeated on one match apiece at No. 2 and No. 5 ... like his teammates, played a majority of his matches in three games (14 of the 17) ... one of three players to compete at the CSA Individual Championship ... rebounded from an opening round loss to Greg Clement of Bowdoin (3-0), to defeat Cal Berkeley's Jahan Engineer in a 3-0 match ... dropped a tough 3-2 decision to Hobart's Gavin Johnstone-Butcher in the consolation match ...
Had an impressive rookie campaign, posting a 17-7 record ... played primarily at the No. 4 slot, but also saw matches at No. 1 (1-0), No. 2 (1-0) and No. 3 (2-1) ... won eight of his first-10 matches, including the first five ... won a pivotal 3-2 match against Bowdoin's Tom Costin ... came back from two games down to defeat Costin, 9-3, in the fifth game and helped lead the Mids to a 6-3 team victory.
A 2001 graduate of Rye Country Day School, Morrison was coached by Peter Briggs, a former All-America squash and tennis player for Harvard ... lettered in both squash and lacrosse ... as a senior, he held the No. 1 spot on the squash team and was a nationally-ranked juniors player (ranked among top 25) ... majoring in international relations ... son of Bruc and Shelley Morrison ... born March 30, 1983, in New York.