- U.S. National Team: U-17 WNT
- Position: Midfielder
- Date Of Birth: March 25, 1995
- Height: 5-9
- Hometown: Milford, N.H.
- Previous National Teams: U-15 GNT
- Club: FC Stars of Mass.
U.S. National Teams: The captain of the U.S. U-17 Women’s World Cup Team … A member of the U.S. team that won the 2012 CONCACAF U-17 Women’s Championship in Guatemala and qualified for the 2012 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup, she started all five games, scoring one goal on a blistering free kick against Panama … Also had two assists … Heading into the Women’s World Cup, she is tied for second on the team with career U-17 caps at 18 … Has started all 13 international games in which she’s played this year, logging 1,080 minutes which is third-best on the team … Her other goal this year came against the England U-19s in March in La Manga, Spain … Attended the U.S. Soccer U-14 I.D. camp as 12-year-old in 2008 and then again 2009 … Played up with the U.S. U-15s in several training camps in 2009 … Played with the U-15s with her age group in 2010 … Participated in numerous camps with the last cycle of the U.S. U-17s, but did not make the qualifying roster … Was called into the U.S. U-23 Women’s National Team training camp in October of 2011 as a 16-year-old … Was a finalist for the U.S. Soccer Young Female Athlete of the Year in 2011.
College / High School: Has verbally committed to attend Notre Dame in the fall of 2013 … Attends Milford High School … Was the Gatorade National Girls Soccer Player of the Year for 2011 and had her award presented by U.S. WNT defender Ali Krieger … She was the New Hampshire Gatorade Girls’ Soccer Player of the Year as sophomore and junior … Was the NSCAA Girls’ National Player of the Year in 2011 … A three-time NSCAA All-American … Selected to the USYSA Best IX for the national championship tournament.
Club: Has played for the FC Stars of Mass. since U-13s and started playing up as a 10-year-old … Has always played up in age group until this year … From the ages of four to 10 she played for any team – indoor or outdoor – where she could get a game, totally at least 20 different teams.
Personal: Full name is Morgan Elizabeth Andrews … Nicknames are Morgs, Morgy, Mo and Bubba … Is the place-kicker on her high school football team and as a junior made First-Team All-State, the first girl to ever earn All-State in football in New Hampshire … Played in four football games before she left for the U-17 Women’s World Cup and will likely be able to kick for the Spartans at the end of the season … The three words that best describe her off the field are “mature, passionate and optimistic” … The three words that best describe her on the field are “dedicated, leader, beastly” … In the National Technical Honor Society … In the History Club … A member of “We the People” the Constitutional Debate club at her high school … Also a member of the Debate Club … Knows how to shoot a bow and arrow, but will never shoot an animal, just targets … Is getting into photography … Enjoys skateboarding on her longboard … Founder of “Kicks for Cans” a charity that runs a soccer clinic for kids 12 and under with the only fee being to bring a can of food and no kid is denied entry … The motto for “Kicks for Cans” is “Feed the Goal” … Her motto is “work will win when wishing won’t” … Her brother Matt is a Green Beret in Army and her brother Mike teaches sixth grade in inner city Boston … Craziest ambition is to back-pack through Europe … Dream job would be a sportscaster on ESPN … Favorite food is her mom’s stuffing … Favorite soccer players are Michelle Akers and Wayne Rooney … Favorite soccer moments were her first international game against Germany and getting coached by Pia Sundhage … Has two pug puppies, Gomez and Louie … Favorite musical artist is Dave Matthews … Favorite dessert is Half-Baked Ben and Jerry’s ice cream