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Morgan  Stearns

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
San Antonio, Texas

High School:
Johnson

Height:
5-10

Position:
GK

02/22/2017

Three Virginia Student-Athletes Earn ACC Postgraduate Honors

Mason, Rauth and Stearns honored with Weaver-James-Corrigan Award

02/07/2017

Four Named To All-ACC Academic Women's Soccer Team

Latsko, McNabb, Shaffer and Stearns honored for academic and athletic achievement

10/27/2016

Latsko, Stearns Named CoSIDA Academic All-District

Cavaliers recognized for academic achievement, qualify for Academic All-America honors

09/04/2016

No. 3 Virginia Blanks No. 25 Pepperdine, 2-0

Cavaliers set school record for consecutive scoreless minutes

08/21/2016

No. 4 Virginia Defeats George Mason 2-0 In Home Opener

Senior Morgan Stearns sets school record for wins with shutout victory

10/29/2015

Women's Soccer vs. Florida State (by Matt Riley)

Women's Soccer vs. Florida State (by Matt Riley)

10/29/2015

Women's Soccer vs. Louisville (by Matt Riley)

Women's Soccer vs. Louisville (by Matt Riley)

09/27/2015

Women's Soccer vs. Duke (by Kelsey Grant)

Cavaliers end home stand with a 1-0 win over No. 19 Duke!

12/07/2014

Virginia vs. Florida State - NCAA Championship (USATSI)

Cavaliers fall 1-0 to Seminoles in bid for national title.

12/06/2014

2014 Virginia Women's Soccer

2014 Virginia Women's Soccer Year in Review

2015 SEASON
• Appeared in all 23 games and started 15 games in goal this season
• Moved into starting role vs. #6 Notre Dame (9/24)
• Played second half in first eight games of 2015
• Picked up wins: at #8 UCLA, vs. #19 Duke, at #5 Clemson, at Wake , at Boston College, Louisville, #1 FSU, at NC State, at Pitt , vs. #6 Clemson, Howard, #11 USC
• Took the loss vs. #6 Notre Dame (9/24)
• Draws came at #19 Pepperdine (9/6), vs. #4 FSU (11/8)
• Posted a season-high 6 saves vs. #19 Duke (9/27) and matched it vs. #11 USC  (11/22)
• Had eight solo shutouts (eight combined)
• Recognized on the ACC Academic Honor Roll

2014 SEASON
• First-Team VaSID All-State
• Started 25 games in goal this season
• Had a school-record 23 wins
• Had a 357-minute shutout streak to open season
• Shutouts vs. Villanova, Alabama, Wake, Virginia Tech, North Carolina and Rutgers
• Career-high seven saves vs. FSU in ACC final
• Recognized on the ACC Academic Honor Roll

2013 SEASON
• First-Team Soccer America All-Freshman
• ACC All-Freshman Team
• Second-Team VaSID All-State
• Started 21 games in goal
• Had a 0.66 goals against average and a .729 save percentage
• Has nine shutouts, including five in ACC play
• Two shutouts in NCAA Tournament
• Posted first career shutout vs. Santa Clara
• Had two shutout streaks of over 350 minutes
• 21 starts are the most in goal by a true freshman in UVa history
• 19 wins are a school record for wins in a season

INTERNATIONAL
• Current member of the US U-20 National Team
• Member of the 2012 US U-17 World Cup Team
• Also represented US at the U-15 level

PREP & CLUB
• 2012 and 2013 NSCAA All-American
• 2013 All-State Team
• Two-time All-District and All-City
• Led Johnson HS to 2013 State semifinals
• Also played high school basketball
• Member of McLean Power club that won the 2012 ECNL B-Flight National Championship

PERSONAL
• Morgan Leigh Stearns
• Daughter of Chris and Laurel Stearns
• Has a younger sister, Amber, and a younger brother, Luke
• Father played football at Virginia (1987-90) and signed with the Washington Redskins
• Mother and grandfather also attended Virginia

CAREER STATISTICS

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