|Sport (s):||Women's Soccer|
Kristin Kinney Morrison ’98 received a B.A. in Health and Physical Performance: Sports Science with a Secondary Education Certification in Physical Education and Health. As a sophomore forward, Morrison was one of six Tigers on the 12-player all-conference team. DePauw dominated during their first year of Indiana Collegiate Athletic Conference play, outscoring opponents 27-0. She was voted conference’s Most Valuable Player after posting eight points in three league contests that year.
At the time of her induction, she still ranked second in school history in career goals (44), assists (36) and total points (124). Morrison assisted on 16 goals in her sophomore season, a school record that still stood at the time of her induction. As a senior, Morrison scored a school-record 22 goals which also stood as the most in school history at the time of her induction. Additionally, she earned second team all-Great Lakes Region honors as a senior after being named third team the previous two seasons. She also part of the 1997 team that earned the program’s first appearance in the NCAA Championships and also competed on the Indiana Blaze W-League soccer team.
Morrison was awarded the National Association of Sport and Physical Education Outstanding Major of the Year. She became a physical therapy aide at Quality Living, Inc. in Omaha, Nebraska. She worked as a high school health and physical education instructor and had several soccer coaching and training experiences. Morrison graduated with a Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy in 2008 from the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Morrison works at Hillcrest Health and Rehabilitation located in Nebraska, where she lives with her husband Bill, and children Taylor, Jacob and Alexis.