- Abby Morrow
- United States
- Bothell, Wash.
- University of Oregon (DI)
- Current Team
- Seattle Stars FC Women
- May 22, 1996
2017 (Senior): Appeared in all 19 matches during her senior season making nine starts … Earned an assist on Marissa Everett’s game-winning goal in Oregon’s 1-0 win over Idaho (Sept. 8) … Tallied 11 shots on the year with a season high three shots at UC Irvine (Sept. 10) … Recorded one shot on goal against North Carolina State (Aug. 18) and Colorado (Oct. 29) … Earned Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention.
2016 (Junior): Contributed one shot in Oregon’s 2-1 win over Gonzaga (Aug. 21) … Scored the game-winning goal – her first of the 2016 season – in Oregon’s 1-0 victory over Nebraska (Aug. 26) … Notched two shots with one on goal in the Ducks 3-0 win vs. Stephen F. Austin (Aug. 28) … netted the game-winner in the Ducks’ 2-1 comeback win over Boise State (Sep. 2) … Tallied first assist of the season in Oregon’s 3-0 victory vs. North Texas (Sep. 4) … Attempted two shots each in games against UC Irvine (Sep. 9) and Cal State Fullerton (Sep. 11) … Had one shot attempt in a 1-0 loss to Portland (Sep. 19) … Made first start of the season at No. 1 Stanford (Sep. 24) … Attempted two shots with one on goal vs. No. 9 USC (Sep. 29) … Scored her third goal of the season vs. No. 11 UCLA (Oct. 2) … Picked up her second assist of the season at Colorado (Oct. 6) … Had one shot attempt at Utah (Oct. 9) … Attempted one shot vs. No. 10 Cal (Oct. 15) … Attempted one shot in a 1-0 win vs. Arizona (Oct. 20) … Put away goal number four on the season in a 4-0 victory over Arizona State (Oct. 23) … Recorded three shot attempts in a game at Washington (Oct. 27) … Had one shot on goal in a 1-1 tie at Washington State (Oct. 30) … Earned Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention.
2015 (Sophomore): Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention … Played in all 19 games and started in seven … Logged 1,094 minutes at midfielder … Had three assists on the year to lead the team … Recorded her first career multi-assist game against Air Force (Sept. 11) … Had an assist on the opening goal by Marissa Everett in the 12th minute and then also assisted on the final goal by Miranda Schulz in the 63rd minute to help the Ducks win 3-0 … Recorded her third assist at Arizona (Oct. 23) when she sent a service into Kyra Fawcett, who tied the match up at one-all in the 45th minute … Her three points were tied for third-best on the team … Took 25 shots on the season, nine of which were on target.
2014 (Freshman): Played in 15 games, started in one … Played a season-high 60 minutes in a loss to California … Logged 56 minutes in a win over Cal State Fullerton and 50 in a win over Saint Mary’s … Took eight shots on the year.
Personal | Club | High School
Daughter of Joe and Teresa Morrow … Has two siblings, Alex and A.J. … Three-year letter winner at Inglemoor High School … Three-time First Team All-Kingco selection (2011-13) … Voted team MVP in 2011 and 2013 … Selected team captain as a junior and senior … Led team to a fourth place finish in the state championship, tallying the second-most goals and assists in the conference … Scholar Athlete, Honor’s Society member and winner of the Kingco Academic Award … One-year letter winner in basketball … Member of the Northwest Nationals (2006-09) and Eastside FC (2010-12) club soccer teams … Led Eastside FC to the 2013 state championship, semifinals of the 2012 Region IV championships and the finals of the 2011 Surf Cup … Member of the 2013-14 Crossfire ECNL team … Member of the Washington ODP team (2009-12) and was named team captain … Named to the All-Tournament First Team of the ODP Region IV Championships … Selected to the 2012 National Development Camp.
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