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#20 Morgan Manchester
Position: Defender
Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Spokane Valley, WA
High School: East Valley
Experience: 3 Letters
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HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters in for coach Gabe Escobar at East Valley High...earned All-Greater Spokane League second-team honors her senior season...4-year letterwinner in basketball and 3-year letterwinner in softball...first team All-GSL performer in basketball her senior season.

MORGAN MANCHESTER'S COLLEGIATE CAREER

FRESHMAN (2009): Appeared in all 20 matches, making 14 starts...recorded three assists...played on back line that posted four shutouts...picked up her first career assist after her long throw-in was headed in by Lori Conrad in the win at Eastern Washington University...recorded an assist against Portland State University...picked up an assist in the win over University of San Francisco.

SOPHOMORE (2010): Started all matches...notched two assists...assisted match-winning goals against Portland State University and Eastern Washington University...helped the Gonzaga defense post four shutouts.

JUNIOR (2011): Played and started all 19 matches...finished the season with two assists and two points...assisted the game winning goal in the Zags 2-1 victory over Air Force, Aug. 26...had the assist on the Bulldogs lone goal in their tough 3-1 setback to the University of Washington, Sept. 18... as a member of the defense, helped the Zags to seven shutouts on the year; against Boise State, Weber State, Eastern Washington, Idaho, Seattle, Montana and Loyola Marymount...named West Coast Conference All-Academic honorable mention.

SENIOR (2012): Was named All-West Coast Conference honorable mention… Named West Coast Conference All-Academic  honorable mention…played in and started all 20 matches for the Bulldogs…only had two matches with less than 90 minutes played…finished the season with five points…scored her lone goal on her only shot of the season; in a 3-2 overtime setback against Saint Mary’s College, Oct. 7…her goal tied the game with 26 seconds remaining in regulation...had three assists coming against the University of South Dakota, Boise State University and at the University of Oregon…the defender also helped the Bulldogs to four shutouts; coming versus Austin Peay University, Vanderbilt University, the University of Nevada and Loyola Marymount University…played a season high 100 minutes twice in back-to-back games against Saint Mary’s and the University of Portland.

Misc: 4.0 high school GPA...high school valedictorian...female scholar-athlete in 2009...sister, Kristina played soccer at Spokane Community College...sister, Bryana played soccer and basketball at Skagit Valley College.

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