Height: 6' 3"
Hometown: Brooklyn, MI
High School: Napoleon
Freshman Morgan Berry redshirted the 2012-13 season.
HIGH SCHOOL ACCOMPLISHMENTS:
-Averaged 24.4 points, 14.2 rebounds, 4 assissts and 5 blocks, per game
-Two-time Team Captain 2010-12
-Won Cascades Conference Title, District Championship, Regional Championship 2008-09
-3rd in area for both scoring and rebounding 2009-10
-Two-time All-State Class C First Team 2010-11 and 2011-12
-Three-time All Conference selection 2009-10, 2010-11 and 2011-12
-Player of the Year for Jackson County Dream Team 2010-11 and named to the Jackson County Dream Team for three consecutive years: 2009-10, 2010-11, and 2011-12
-Named to the Detroit Free Press Dream Team First Team in 2012
-Broke school records: most points in a game of 42, most points in a season 513, and free throw percentage of 84.4%
-Broke Napoleon High School career scoring record with 1,342 points
-Also named All-State in track. Named all-conference, all-regional and was District Champion in the high jump. Broke her high school record for the high jump.
AAU Team: Greg Grant Basketball Club/Pistons
-USJN Indy 100 All Tournament Team
-US & Canada Border Battle All Tournament Team
-Michigan Roundball Classic All Tournament Team
-USJN Summer Final Midwest II All Tournament Team
-Morgan is the daughter of Sheryl Berry and the late Ed Berry. She has an older brother Brian and two sisters Kellie and Samantha.
-She was born Nov. 28, 1993.
WHAT THEY'RE SAYING:
“One of Morgan’s strengths is her ability to run the floor. She has incredible hands and great range. She is a good shot blocker as well and will have many more great abilities that will be more pronounced as she gets stronger. And on top of all that she is a very good person.”
-AAU Coach Greg Grant
“I am so excited that Morgan is going to be playing for Dayton. She is a remarkable young lady with a tremendous work ethic.She brings the ball up the floor, shoots the three, plays tough inside, and rebounds very well. She is also
a team leader in words and in actions. She is just a well-rounded player who we will miss dearly.”
-HS Coach Liz Hampton
“Morgan is a very skilled post player who can shoot the three with range and handle the ball. She has to get stronger to adapt to the college game but she fits the mold of the kind of player we’ve had here at Dayton.”
-UD Head Coach Jim Jabir