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Morgan Johnson
Morgan  Johnson

Benton, Ill.

High School:
Benton HS

Graduate Assistant



Volleyball vs South Alabama

Volleyball vs South Alabama

Had a solid spring season ... Leading candidate for a starting position in the middle ... Expected to provide leadership ... Good blocker at the net ... 2006 (Jr.): Played in 23 matches and started 21 ... Missed 10 matches with an ankle injury ... Fifth on the team in kills with 149 ... Second on the team in blocks with 100 ...Averaged 1.18 blocks per game ... Had four matches with double-digit kills ... Recorded a career-high 12 blocks against UNO (9/20) ... Received all-tournament honors at the Colorado Invitational ... Led the team in blocks in 14 matches ... Led the team with 18 block solos ... Moved into the top 25 in all-time kills with 550, block assists with 187 and total blocks with 216 ... 2005 (So.): Played and started all 25 matches ... Played in 88 games ... Finished with 201 kills ... Second on the team in total blocks (73) ... Had a team-high 10 block solos ... Led team in attack percentage (.253) ... Led team in blocks eight times ... Led team in kills six times ... Received all-tournament honors at the WIU Pizza Hut Invitational ... Recorded 13 aces ... 2004 (Fr.): Played in 27 matches and 92 games ... Started 26 matches ... Ranked second on the team in kills (200) ... Recorded 12 service aces ... Had 182 digs and 43 total blocks ... Had a .093 attack percentage ... Finished the season second on the team in total points (234) ... Recorded season and career-highs in kills (16) and digs (21) against McNeese State (9/4) ... Recorded a season-high seven block assists against Houston (10/1) ... High School/Club Team: A three-four letterwinner at Benton High School, where she led her team to a two elite-eight state appearance, three conference titles and a 122-25 record ... Received first-team all-state honors as a senior ... Named the Southern Illinois Player of the Year ... A three-time all-South and all-conference selection ... Twice voted her team's most valuable player ... Set records in single-season kills (421) and blocks (102) ... Finished her career with 1,055 career kills and 320 career blocks ... Also earned four letters in basketball and led her team to three conference titles and one "Sweet 16" appearance ... A two-time all-state selection and a three-time all-South and all-conference selection in basketball ... Scored over 1,500 points in her career and voted her team's MVP three times ... An Illinois state scholar, class vice president and ranked number one in her class ... Also earned letters in track and a three-time all-South and all-conference selection ... Personal: Born April 9, 1986 ... She is the daughter of Gerald and Julie Munbower and Donnie and DeeDee Johnson ... A sport administration major.

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