Stacie Morris
Stacie Morris

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Burke, Va.

High School:
Lake Braddock Secondary School

Height:
5-5

Position:
All-Around

2011 Season: Competed in ten meets ... consistent competitor on the balance beam ... posted a career-high 9.650 vs. Denver (Jan. 30)

2010 Season: Competed in first three meets, before undergoing season-ending shoulder surgery ... charted a season-high 9.625 on the uneven bars vs. Central Michigan (Jan. 10) ... named to the AFNI Athletics Honor Roll.

2009 Season: Competed in every meet but three on the uneven bars ... scored a 9.725 on the uneven bars, marking a career-best, vs. SEMO (Jan. 4) ... competed on the balance beam and floor exercise twice ... named the first-ever recipient of the Northrip Endowed Scholarship ... named to the AFNI Honor Roll.

2008 Season: Competed on the balance beam, but also worked the floor routine and uneven bars in 10 meets ... scored a career-best on the balance beam in the State of Illinois Classic Meet with a score of 9.625 (March 22) ... scored a career-best of 9.050 on the uneven bars and a 9.675 on the floor routine ... All-MIC Academic Team ... all-state academic team ... named to the AFNI Honor Roll.

Lake Braddock Secondary School: Competed for Capital Gymnastics National Training Center, where she placed fourth on bars, fifth on floor, sixth on beam, fourth in the all-around and 10th on vault at the 2006 Region VII Championships ... 2006 national qualifier and took first on beam at the 2007 Beach Invitational ... placed fourth on the beam at the 2007 Capitol Cup ... named the Florida Post United States Association of Independent Gymnastics Clubs National All-Around Champion.

Personal: Born: Feb. 13, 1989 ... daughter of Kevin and Derenda Culligan ... major: exercise science ... minor: children's studies ... favorite gymnast: Dominique Moceanu ... favorite memory of ISU gymnastics: coming together as a team at SEMO last year, which happened to be on my birthday, and hitting 24 for 24 ... favorite quote: "Today I will do what you won't so tomorrow I can do what you can't."