COLUMBIA, Mo. - Stephens College head soccer coach Lance Gordon announced the addition of Morgan Lange, an outside midfielder and back from Marquette High School, to the Stars' roster for 2017-18.
When asked what Morgan will bring to the table, Coach Gordon stated "Morgan will bring passion and intensity and that fire that will spark the other teammates and kind of be that moral center that if it is not a victory then it is probably not good enough."
Morgan started playing soccer when she was four years old and spent three years on the varsity team at Marquette High School. She received the Coach's Choice Award and was named the hardest working team member. She also plays for the Lou Fusz-Angels, a premier club team based out of St. Louis, Mo.
Morgan is a standout in the classroom as she was named to the honor roll in the Fall of 2016 and is a part of the Renaissance Winners Circle and Renaissance Marvelous Mustangs. Gearing toward her career goals, Morgan won first place in the Lindenwood University Fall High School Fashion Show.
Morgan chose Stephens because the school has a top-ranked fashion design program. When asked what she most looks forward to at Stephens, Morgan said, "playing soccer, making new friends and just starting college."
Morgan, the daughter of Holly Lange and Alan Westmoreland, plans to major in fashion design at Stephens.