LA Tech athletes continue to excel in the classroom
Four Lady Techsters made the LSWA Collegiate Team
Techsters finished 12-5-4 and finished No. 4 in the WAC
Freshman forward Laura LeFevour had the lone Techster goal
LA Tech kicks off at 3:30 p.m. (CT) today in their first round match versus Seattle
2012: Earned Academic All-WAC ... Earned second team All-WAC honors ... Named to LSWA first-team ... Was named second team All-WAC by College Sports Madness ... Played in all 21 games while starting 20 ... Tied former Scotti Culton for most career starts as a Lady Techster with 72 and surpassed Culton for first all-time in most minutes played with 6307 ... Anchored a backline that only allowed 15 goals and recorded 12 shutouts on the season, both program records ... Selected as WAC Defensive Player of the Week in week two after registering two shutouts versus Central Arkansas (8/26) and Louisiana College (8/28), and only allowing one goal in the final seconds against Southern Miss (8/24) ... Had the lead pass assist for the game-winning goal against the Bears ... Selected for the second time as WAC Defensive Player of the Week for week five where she played 70 minutes in a shutout win over Jackson State (9/14) while only allowing four shots, and played all 90 minutes and allowed only four shots against Southeastern Louisiana (9/16) while also having an assist on the game-tying goal ... Four different times she played all 110 minutes of double overtime matches.
2011: Earned Academic All-WAC ... Played in 18 games while starting 17 ... Recorded two goals and three assists on the year ... Had a goal and an assist at LSU-Shreveport (8/23) ... Credited with an assist at Jacksonville State (9/4) ... Had one assist and tied career-high with four shots against Southeastern Louisiana (9/25) ... Scored a goal at Nevada (10/7) ... Split time between the midfield and defense on a squad that allowed 17 goals on the season, the fewest in program history.
2010: Earned Academic All-WAC ... Played in all 21 games while starting in 20 ... Recorded one assist at Hawai'i (10/22) ... Took a season high four shots against Arkansas-Pine Bluff (9/3) ... Played the majority of the season as a defender after starting as a midfielder ... Was named the team defensive player of the year as the top defender on a squad that allowed just 21 goals on the season, the third-best mark in school history as well as recording eight shutouts.
2009: Played in all 20 games while starting in 14 ... Tied a school record with three assists in a game against Delta State (9/13) ... Also had one goal against Delta State for five points ... Tied for third on the team in goals with five ... Took 23 shots, 11 on goal.
High School: Lettered three years at Judge Memorial Catholic High School for coaches Wayne Voorhees and Jim Ngo ... Received the Playmaker Award as a senior ... Named Offensive Player of the Year as a sophomore and Rookie of the Year as a freshman ... Also lettered one year in basketball and tennis ... Was a scholar athlete every season and was named to the honor roll all four years.
Club: Played four years for Utah Rush '91 under coaches Jamie Schock and MJ Tate ... Team placed first in league's premier division in 2007 and 2008 ... Named teams captain both years ... During the 2007 season, her team made it to the state semifinals ... Team was a state cup finalist in 2006 and a quarterfinalist in 2005.
Personal: Full name is Morgan McMahon Christina Rockwell ... Goes by "Mo" ... Daughter of Brad and Charlie Rockwell ... Has one brother, Tyler ... Born April 10, 1991 in Rochester, N.Y.
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