MORRIS' CAREER STATS
2013-14 (Senior): Played in five games, making four starts…Finished the season with 100 saves, an .826 save percentage and a 4.74 goals against average…Was 0-4-0 overall and 0-3-0 in ECAC Hockey play.
2012-13 (Junior): Saw action in 19 games, making 18 starts and seeing 1,091:54 of action…Was 8-7-3 on the season, including 6-5-2 against ECAC Hockey opponents…Had a .915 save percentage and a goals-against average of 2.14…Allowed just three goals in his first three starts of the season (2-0-1), including posting his first career shutout with an 18-save blanking of visiting Rensselaer on Nov. 9… Allowed just one goal and turned aside 31 shots in a 4-1 victory over then-No. 2 New Hampshire in front of a sold out Thompson Arena crowd on Dec. 30…Turned aside a career-high 37 shots in a 2-2 tie at Union on Feb. 1 in a game aired live to a national audience on the NBC Sports Network…Earned the ECAC Hockey Goaltender of the Week award twice during the season (Nov. 14 & Jan. 1) for solid back stopping performances against Union, RPI, UNH and UMass…Held Clarkson to just one goal in a 5-1 Dartmouth win on Jan. 26, stopping 20 shots in the process.
2010-11 (Freshman): Played his only game of the year with a start against Rensselaer, making 17 saves...Struggled with injury late in the season.
Before Dartmouth: Finished near the top of every statistical category in the United States Hockey League while playing with the Indiana Ice...He was ranked by the NHL Central Scouting service in 2009...Invited to the Chicago Blackhawks Prospect Camp...Was the USHL Goaltender of the Week three times during the 2009-10 season...Named to the USHL East Division All-Star team...Was a member of the USHL All-Rookie team...Went to the 2010 IIHF USA Hockey World Junior Goaltending Camp...Went to the USA Hockey Select U-17 Festival...Went to the Hotchkiss School before graduating from Cathedral High School...Played both baseball and hockey while in high school...Hockey team was the Illinois Tier I state champion three years in a row... Member of Model United Nations and the Round Square Exchange Program...Named an Illinois State Scholar his senior year...Graduated with honors.
Personal: Born in Chicago, Ill. ...Parents are Cabell and Linda Morris...Has one sister.