#23 Morgan Schwegler
Pos: F
Height: 6-1
Year: JR
Major: Biology (pre-medicine)
Parents: Michael & Shandi
Birthday: 3/27
Hometown: Santa Clarita, CA
High School: Tumwater
2010-11: After two years in the program, she's ready for a breakout season…much of that will depend on a successful physical and mental recovery from offseason ankle surgery…experience and renewed confidence should give her the starting nod at the four spot…jumps well and runs the floor fluidly...will score a lot of hustle points…coaching staff is looking for her to be more of a force inside, becoming a lock-down defender, rebounding with authority and powering to the rim for points. 

2009-10: The second-year post player put up similar numbers to her freshman campaign in a quest for consistency…finished third on the team in rebound average, posting 15 games with four rebounds or more…had a season-high eight boards to go with 11 points vs. La Sierra on 12/17/09…yanked down eight more rebounds vs. Biola on 1/19/10…may have had her best game of the year against defending champion Union of Tennessee on 11/20/09 when she tallied 13 points and seven rebounds. 

2008-09: Highly-touted freshman blossomed into a key part of the regular rotation and showed tremendous promise with a sterling post game…recorded six double-digit outings, featuring a season-high 18 points vs. Hope International on 2/21/09…converted eight free throws vs. Cal State Los Angeles on 11/17/08…pulled down a season-best eight rebounds vs. Dominican on 11/15/08 and Concordia on 2/10/09.

Tumwater HS: A three-year starter for the T-Birds, she was a standout on a team that qualified for the state tournament each of her four years on the squad…in her junior year (2006-07), the T-Birds finished second in the state 2A tournament…a consummate frontcourt player, she averaged 11.5ppg and 6rpg over her prep career, finishing as the third-highest scorer (1039 points) in school history…she was a three-time, first-team All-Evergreen League selection and a two-time all-area choice…voted league MVP in her senior year…she was named 2A first-team all-state as a junior and second-team a year later.