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Stephanie Morrison

Player Profile

Nelson, BC, Canada

High School:
LV Rogers HS



Rowed in Varsity eight the last two years ... received second place in the 2007 Pac-10 Varsity 8 ... received 2005 Pocock All-Region Second Team honors ... is one half of "The Canadian Steph's"-the other half being former teammate Steph Connolly, in Canada Steph Morrison and Steph Connolly are referred to as "The Stanford Steph's" ... a two-time member of the Canadian Under-23 National Team ... raced in the Canadian U-23 eight that finished 4th at the 2007 World Chapionships ... raced in the Canadian U-23 four that finished 4th at the 2006 World Championships ... in 2005, competed as the Canadian U-23 pair with Connolly ... a two-time Canadian National Rowing Champion ... a qualified Level 1 Theory Coach in the Canadian National Coaching Certification Program and has Weight Training Level 1 certification as well ...

High School: Was an honor student at L.V. Rogers High School in Nelson, British Columbia and graduated a semester early ...in 2001, she completed the Royal Conservatory Grade 4 flute examination with honors ... a member of the Canadian Junior National Development Rowing Team ... represented Canada at 2003 Can-Am-Mex Regatta in 2x and 4x ... won the 2003 Canadian Indoor Rowing Championships ... a member of the Victoria City and Nelson Rowing Clubs

Personal: Enjoys skiing (water, downhill, and cross-country) ... is fluent in French ...

Getting to Know Stephanie Morrison

ParentsBruce and Lois Morrison
Sibling(s)Kurt (25)
MajorHuman Biology
Activities Outside of RowingTutoring in East Palo Alto and off-campus intern at an aquatic rehabilitation facility
I am most grateful forMy family
When I was a kid I was terrified ofCows
Favorite foodFudge and fresh vegetables (but eaten in separate bites
If you go to Canada you should visitThe Kootenays
Best things about my hometownLaid-back lifestyle, the beautiful mountains, and the amazing glacier-fed lake
Best thing about Stanford athleticsEvery team is full of elite athletes who really value academics and have goals beyond their sport.
Favorite Class at Stanford"Environmental Changes and Emerging Infectious Diseases"
Did You KnowSteph's family lives in a cabin run off of micro-hydro, solar, and wind power during the summer months.
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