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Milanna

Morgan

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Defensive Specialist
Height: 5'4"
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Lee's Summit, Mo.
High School: Lee's Summit West
Club: Club North

Bio

Gives N.C. A&T an experienced back row defensive player … Does a nice job of creating angles and getting the ball to target on serve-receive … Brings tons of energy to the court and she is comfortable with taking on powerful attack attempts … Head coach Hal Clifton referred to her as a team player and an encourager on the floor … Clifton is also impressed with her skill set as a back-row player and the way she relentlessly pursues the volleyball … She is a strong competitor in practice and in matches.

2018 Season: Was slowed down by injuries ... Played in 13 sets and recorded three assists and two digs during the season.

2017 Season: Played in 27 matches with two starts in 80 sets played … Totaled 207 digs (2.59 per set), 23 assists and 19 service aces … Ranked second on the team in digs and fourth in both service aces and assists … Had 10 double-figure dig matches...Had a season-high 18 digs against Gardner-Webb ... Had three service aces against N.C. Central and four assists versus Jacksonville State. 

High School: Played at Lee’s Summit West High School … Broke the school record for digs in a season as a senior … Finished third all-time at Lee’s Summit West for digs in a match … Finished in the top-10 all-time in serve receive … Led the district in total digs ... Was a second-team all-conference selection as a senior … Led the Southwind Rising Volleyball Club to a second-place finish at the Sunflower Tournament ... As a senior was named player of the year and team captain at Lee's Summit West ... 

Personal: Full name is Arletha Milanna Morgan ... Daughter of Maria and Quentin Morgan ... Has two siblings, Ryan and Adonis ... Was born on February 9, 1999, and majors in marketing ... Father played football at Northwest Missouri State University.

 

 
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