Morgan Brian has two goals and an assist to lead Virginia
HONORS: 2003--2nd team VaSID all-state ... Offensive MVP of the Dartmouth/Hypertherm Tournament ... ACC Honor Roll. 2002--ACC Honor Roll. 2001--Soccer America Team of the Week (Oct. 3, Oct. 24) ... SoccerBuzz Elite Team of the Week (Oct. 8, Oct. 22) ... ACC Player of the Week (Oct. 22)... second-team All-ACC ... ACC All-Freshman Team ... first-team All-State (VaSID) ... NSCAA first-team All-Mid-Atlantic ... NSCAA third-team All-America ... SoccerBuzz first-team All-Mid-Atlantic ... SoccerBuzz second-team All-America ... SoccerBuzz first-team Freshman All-America ... SoccerBuzz Freshman All-Mid-Atlantic ... Soccer America All-Freshman team ... collegesoccer.com honorable mention All-American..
AT VIRGINIA: 2003--Started all 21 games ... tied a career high with seven shots at Ohio State ... had two assists vs. Santa Clara ... had two goals vs. USC ... scored in each game of the Dartmouth Tournament ... had a career-high three assists at NC State ... had a goal at Richmond and in the ACC Tournament vs. Duke ... second on the team with 21 points ... moved into 10th place in career points and goals at UVa. 2002--Appeared in 17 games, starting 15 ... finished fourth on the team in scoring with 4 goals and 4 assists for 12 points ... scored the first goal of the season for the Cavaliers, the first game-winning goal for UVa that year ... returned to action at Maryland after missing five games due to injury...scored a season-high 2 goals vs JMU ... had a goal and assist in NCAA win over Dayton. 2001--Appeared in all 23 games, starting 18 ... scored all of her 37 points in her 18 starts ... led team with 88 shots ... tied Angela Hucles' (1996) record for the most goals scored by a UVa first-year player ... joined Hucles as the only other player in school history to score at least 17 goals in a season ... 37 points is the second-highest single-season total in school history ... led the team with seven game-winners and four multi-goal games ... tied for the conference lead in goals, while leading the ACC with 0.77 goals per game ... had the second three-goal game and second seven-point outing of her career in a 4-0 victory over Cincinnati in the NCAA Tournament ... she figured in every goal in that game ... scored the game-winner in an NCAA Tournament win over William & Mary ... scored a goal in five of the final six regular season games ... scored the first goal of the game against North Carolina, marking the first time the Tar Heels trailed all season ... picked up her second multi-goal game of the season at Richmond ... added a game-winner in overtime at Duke three days later ... assisted on Erin Engelhardt's game-winner in overtime to defeat Duke in the ACC Tournament on Nov. 8 ... broke on the scoring scene with three goals and an assist against Liberty in her first career start on Sept. 26.
PREP & PERSONAL: A standout at Livonia Stevenson High School ... three-time NSCAA All-America selection ... also a Parade High School All-American ... team captain and MVP for the basketball team ... named All-Conference for basketball, an All-Division selection and Team MVP for three consecutive years (1998-2000) ... team captain her senior year ... named to "Dream Team 2000" as a senior for the soccer team, while also being named first-team All-State, All-Conference, All-District, All-Region and All-Area ... a member of the U.S. National U-16 and U-17 soccer National teams ... helped her U-18 team to a championship with UVa teammate Jamie Fabrizio ... a member of the Michigan Olympic Development Program ... played for the Michigan Hawks soccer club, where she was team captain for six years, leading the Hawks to six state cups and one regional championship ... helped her club team to a National Championship in 2001 ... full name is Lindsay Marie Gusick ... born January 15, 1983 in Dearborn, Mich. ... daughter of Margaret and Dennis Gusick ... has two older brothers, Ryan and Justin.