|Hometown:||New Albany, OH|
|High School:||New Albany|
Junior: Rated one of the top kickers in Ivy League football history, his 212 career points and 39 career field goals are Brown records and rank third in the Ivy League record book... Named First Team All-Ivy and First Team All-New England as a kicker... Named Second Team All-Ivy as a punter... Led the team in scoring with 49 points connecting on 8 of 12 field goals and 25 of 26 extra points... Named to the Ivy League Honor roll for his performance in Brown's game against Rhode Island where he punted 3 times for a total of 153 yards (51 yards/punt) including a long punt of 72... Named Ivy League Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance in Brown's overtime win against Penn where he punted 5 times for 198 yards and completed all 3 of his attempted field goals with a long field goal of 36... Named to the Ivy League Honor Roll for his performance against Dartmouth where he punted 4 times for 178 yards and connected on both of his attempted field goals... Sophomore: Named First-Team All-Ivy and First-Team ECAC All-Star... An All-New England selection... Ranked 1st nationally in field goals with an average of 1.8 field goals per game... Set an Ivy League record for kick scoring with 98 points... Established a Brown record for field goals in a season, connecting on 18 of 23 field goals... Connected on 44 of 45 conversion attempts... Ranked 7th nationally in scoring with 9.80 points per game... Led the nation in points per game for a kicker (9.8)... Named Ivy League Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance against Fordham where he connected on 3 of 3 field goal attempts, including a 48-yarder, the fourth longest field goal in Brown Football history... Named to the Ivy League Honor Roll again for his performance against Penn where he connected on 4 of 4 conversion attempts and 2 field goals, including a 47-yarder, the 7th longest punt in Brown football history... His five field goals against Harvard tied a Brown and Ivy League record, and his 17 kick scoring points against the Crimson were an Ivy League record... Freshman: Named the 2004 Ivy League Rookie of the Year...Established a new Brown record for kick scoring with 65 points...Ranked 10th nationally in field goals made per game (1.3)...His 65 kicking points rank 12th in the Ivy League record book for a single season...Also earned second team All-Ivy honors for kicking and honorable mention All-Ivy honors as a punter...He was named Ivy League Rookie of the Week in games against Albany, Rhode Island, and Princeton...Against Penn he had eight punts for 303 yards, including four punts inside the 20-yard line. Also kicked three field goals against the Quakers, including a 40-yarder...Connected on 26 of 26 extra points...Booted a season high 45-yard field goal against the wind late in the fourth quarter in an overtime win over Fordham...Kicked a season long 53 yard punt vs. Princeton and had a 51 yard punt vs. Yale...Converted two field goals against Harvard, URI, Fordham and Columbia...Secondary School Background: A graduate of New Albany High School where he lettered in soccer, football, and basketball...Named to 1st Team All-State, All-District, and Mid-State League for football...Set the school record for longest punt of 60 yards, longest field goal of 45 yards, and the most field goals in a season with 7...Also received 1st Team All-State honors and All-Midwest Region Team honors for soccer...He was an All-District and Mid-State League selection for basketball...Member of National Honor Society...Personal: Steven Thomas Morgan, born June 26, 1985...Son of Steven and Elizabeth Morgan...Has a brother, Matt...Enjoys music, movies, and friends...Econcomics concentrator.