Junior Year (2009-10)
Against West Virginia, led the team with 23 points and a team-best five assists and five steals • Did not play at DePaul • Against Connecticut, was one of three players to lead the team with 11 points • At Rutgers, led the team with 17 points while handing out a game-high seven assists and six steals • Against Cincinnati, dished out a career-high tying nine assists in a season-high 40 minutes • At Villanova, had 10 points, a game-high six assists and matched season-bests in offensive rebounds with four • Against Marquette, shot 7-of-7 from the free-throw line and dished out a team-high six assists and five steals • Against Notre Dame, was one of four players to score in double-digits with 14 points and seven rebounds • Against St. John’s, dished out a game-high seven assists • At Louisville, shot 8-of-13 from the field and 5-of-7 from behind the arc while pulling down a season-high six defensive rebounds en route to a team-best 23 points • At South Florida, led the team in assists with three, had one block and was one of five players to score in double-figures with 11 points • Against Rutgers, dished out six assists and shot 2-of-3 from 3-point range en route to 10 points • Against Brown, matched a career-high with six steals • Against Rider, registered four offensive rebounds and five defensive rebounds for a career-high tying nine total rebounds • At at Ohio, shot 2-of-3 from behind the arc, dished out four assists and scored 14 points • Against Wagner, made 5-of-10 field goals, including 2-of-5 from behind the arc and pulled down four boards • Named BIG EAST Player of the Week and Most Outstanding Player of the Thanksgiving Cancun Classic for her performance against Butler and Old Dominion • Against Butler, matched a career-best 29 points, made a season-best 10 field goals and pulled down six rebounds • Against Binghamton, made four 3-pointers and tied her career-best with nine assists • Against Alabama State, played 33 minutes and registered five rebounds • Against Presbyterian, she was one of six players to score in double figures with 11 points and had a team-high three steals • Against Fairleigh Dickinson, scored 10 points, a team-high four assists and pulled down two rebounds.
Sophomore Year (2008-09)
Led the team and was fifth in the BIG EAST with 2.4 steals per game • Connected on 2.0 3-pointers per game, which was best on the team and ranked eighth in the conference • Was in the top 20 in league scoring and second on the team with 15.7 points per game • At Bowling Green in the WNIT, scored 11 points • Against Canisius in the WNIT, recorded 25 points behind 9-of-16 shooting • Against St. John’s at the BIG EAST Tournament, scored nine points and recorded a game-high three steals • Against Providence, netted 13 points and dished out a season-best and game-high seven assists • At West Virginia, finished with 11 points, five rebounds and a pair of assists • At Notre Dame, scored a club-best 18 points, recorded a pair of steals and six assists • Against Georgetown, dished out six assists • Against DePaul, led the team with 19 points, matched a season-high with four offensive boards and handed out two assists • At. St. John’s, finished with 13 points, a game-high five assists and tied a career-best with nine rebounds • Against South Florida, scored nine points, pulled down six boards and doled out three assists • At Louisville, Morrow matched a career-best with six steals for the third time, handed out a team-best three assists and scored 12 points • At Marquette, collected four defensive rebounds and gave out a team-high six assists • Against Pittsburgh, scored 16 points behind a 4-of-6 performance from 3-point land to go along with five steals • At Connecticut, tallied eight points and posted three steals • Against Seton Hall, scored 14 points and recorded four steals • At Cincinnati, recorded a career-high two blocks and a game-high four steals • Against Rutgers, Morrow led the team with 17 points • Named to the BIG EAST Honor Roll for the second consecutive week after averaging 25.0 points, 2.5 rebounds, 2.5 steals and 2.0 assists at Georgetown and against Princeton • At Georgetown, scored a career-high 29 points and she matched a season-high with five 3-pointers in 35 minutes of play • Against Princeton, tallied a game-high 21 points • Named tot he BIG EAST Honor Roll for her performance at St. Bonaventure • At St. Bonaventure, scored a game-high 23 points and made a career-best 13 trips to the line, converting nine free throws • Against Ohio, matched a career-high with six steals and scored 19 points behind a 7-of-7 performance from the line • Against Niagara, totaled 15 points, five rebounds and three steals • Against Delaware State, picked up nine rebounds • Against Lehigh, canned five 3-pointers, matching her season-high, and recorded two steals • Against Alaska Anchorage, tallied 24 points and collected eight rebounds • Against Jackson State, connected on five 3-pointers and scored 24 points • Against Portland State, posted 27 points while playing a career-high 41 minutes • At Ohio State, scored a game-high 23 points coupled with 10 made field goals and four defensive boards • At Siena, set a career high with six steals and scored 25 points • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for the fall semester • Selected to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team.
Freshman Year (2007-08)
Was named to the BIG EAST All-Freshman squad • She was second on the team with 13.9 points per game and second with 3.6 assists per outing • Finished in the top-20 in scoring in the BIG EAST • Her 64 steals were first on the team and fifth in the conference • Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll on March 3 • Against Hartford in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, scored 17 points • Against South Florida in the first round of the BIG EAST Championship, notched a team-best 24 points • At Rutgers, scored a team-high 15 points in 40 minutes of action • Against Georgetown, she scored 22 points and drained the game-winning 3-pointer • Against Cincinnati, scored 16 points, grabbed eight rebounds, dished out six assists and made three steals • Against Notre Dame, scored 19 points and was 9-of-9 from the charity stripe • At Seton Hall, scored 23 points behind five 3-pointers • Named the BIG EAST Freshman of the Week on Feb. 11 • At Georgetown, scored eight points and dished out eight assists • At DePaul, she scored 15 points and dished out four assists • Against St. John’s, scored 14 points • At Villanova, scored five points • At South Florida, scored 15 points • At Pittsburgh, scored 11 points and dished four assists • Against Louisville, posted 19 points and a career-high tying nine rebounds • Against St. Bonaventure, scored 12 points and dished out five assists • Against Siena, registered eight points and five assists • Named BIG EAST Freshman of the Week on Dec. 24 after her performances versus Saint Peter’s and Maryland Eastern Shore • Against Saint Peter’s, scored 13 points • Against Maryland Eastern Shore, had 11 points and four steals • At Princeton, had nine points and a career-high tying nine rebounds • Against Northeastern, scored nine points • Against Penn State, totaled 15 points • At Louisiana Monroe, dished out five assists • Against Eastern Kentucky, posted 10 points and a career-high nine assists • At Colgate, registered 11 points • Against Lehigh, scored eight points • At North Carolina, registered 17 points • Against Coppin State, made her first career start and tallied 14 points • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for the spring semester.
McDonald’s All-American • WBCA All-American • Parade All-American • Averaged 24 points, seven assists, three rebounds and two steals for Murry Bergtraum HS • Scored 17 points in her last high school game to lead the Lady Blazers to the girls Class AA State Federation title with a 47-33 win against Rush-Henrietta • Guided Murry Bergtraum to a 27-0 record her senior year • 2006 Street & Smith All-America Honorable Mention • 2006 adidas Top Ten All-America Camp All-Star • 2005 New York Newsday All-City First Team • 2005 New York Newsday All-Manhattan First Team • 2004 and 2005 Street & Smith All-America Honorable Mention • 2004 Student Sports Freshman All-American • 2004 New York Newsday All-Manhattan Second Team • 2004 New York Daily News All-Manhattan Second Team • Four-time city champion, two-time state champion and won national championship in 2003-04 • Teammate of current SU freshman Shakeya Leary.
Erica R. Morrow • Born August 1989 • Daughter of Gloria Smith and Stephen Morrow • Has two older twin sisters • Majoring in information management and technology.