6 - Kevin Morrison
Kevin Morrison
Height: 6-5
Weight: 175
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Norfolk, Va.
Position: Opposite
Previous School: Salem HS

As a sophomore (2012): Played in seven matches, including one start…Tallied 13 kills…Posted three kills at Barton (Feb. 5)…Season-high six kills against Washington Adventist (Mar. 30).

As a freshman (2011): Played in 10 matches, including one start…Tallied 16 kills…Season-high five kills in both meetings against Washington Adventist (Feb. 17 and 27)…Posted a .714 hitting percentage in the Bobcats’ second meeting with Washington Adventist (Feb. 27), notching five kills on seven swings.

High School: Graduated from Salem High School in Salem, Va…Coached by Jeff Ernsberger.

Personal: Full name is Kevin Edward Morrison…Born on December 13, 1991 in Norfolk, Va…Son of Peter and Heidi Morrison…Has two brothers, Ryan and Ian, and two sisters, Erin and Robyn…Played club volleyball for Seven Cities, coached by Jason Zuidema…Majoring in mathematics…Plans to attend graduate school for engineering…Made the Dean’s List at Lees-McRae.

More about Kevin: Favorite midnight snack: Starburst Jelly Beans…Favorite movie: “Ocean’s Thirteen”…Favorite musical artist: Rebelution…Favorite song: “Courage to Grow”, by Rebelution…Favorite sports team: Miami Heat…Favorite athletes: LeBron James of the Miami Heat and Peyton Manning of the Indianapolis Colts…Favorite saying by Kevin’s head coach: “You’ve got the green light”…Kevin can’t live a week without: Macaroni and cheese…Kevin’s most memorable moment in sports: Beating Ball State University…Kevin’s advice to kids: “Stay in school”…Favorite color: Blue…Favorite food: Lasagna…Favorite sport other than volleyball: Snowboarding…People Kevin most admires: His parents…Best advice Kevin has ever been given: “Do what you love doing, love what you are doing”…The toughest player Kevin has ever played against: Josh Walker of the University of Hawaii Warriors…What people don’t know about Kevin: He was accepted into Johnson and Wales culinary school…When Kevin was a kid, he tried to be like: Karch Kiraly, former U.S. National volleyball player…When people first meet Kevin, they think: He is tall.