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Kyle Morris

Goalie
Position
5'11''
Height
195 lbs.
Weight
Sophomore
Class
Baltimore, Md.
Hometown
Gilman School
High School
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TIFFANY ON MORRRIS
2023 – “What an impact this first-year made in his collegiate debut.  At The American Boy Project Fall Brawl scrimmages held at Centreville HS, Kyle was an absolute stalwart netminder versus an aggressive Penn State offense.  If not for Kyle’s 16 saves in the first three quarters, the scoreboard would have been quite lopsided in favor of the Nittany Lions.  The more shots Kyle faces, the better he is.  His outlet passes are proving to be effective at kick-starting our transition offense, allowing us to play at the pace we crave.  Kyle has been so impressive that we are hopeful to extend his career here and redshirt him this season.”

2023

  • Ranked the No. 52 overall incoming freshman in the nation, according to Inside Lacrosse
  • ACC Academic Honor Roll

HIGH SCHOOL

  • Two-time MSLCA First Team All-State (2021-22)
  • Two-time First Team All MIAA (2021-22)
  • C Markland Kelly Award nominee (2021-22)
  • Registered over 400 career saves
  • Gilman’s career and single-season saves record holder
  • Three-year varsity member
  • Team captain
  • Nike All-American
  • Gilman William Cabell Bruce Jr. Athletic Prize
  • Gilman Lacrosse Cup Award
  • Two-time NHSLS All-Tournament Team selection
  • Also played football and ice hockey at Gilman
  • Won back-to-back MIAA ice hockey titles (2018-19) and was All-MIAA
  • Played club for Kooper’s Lacrosse Club (2014-21) and Slainte Lacrosse (2018-22)

PERSONAL

  • Son of Chip and Elise Morris
  • Sister, Hailey, plays lacrosse at Haverford College
  • Enjoys skiing, cooking, watching sports, especially the NFL, and video games
  • Major is undeclared and is currently studying in UVA’s College of Arts and Sciences

WHY UVA?

  • “I chose the University of Virginia to compete in the best lacrosse conference in the world. I wanted to come to UVA to play in high-level, high-pressure games and compete for national championships.”