Women's Golf

    Victoria Morgan
    Victoria Morgan


    Pasadena, Calif.

    High School:
    Polytechnic School




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    THIS SEASON: Victoria Morgan, a 2015 junior, was a solid contributor last year and will compete for a chance to continue the role this season.

    2014: Morgan, as a 2014 sophomore, saw action in three events, twice as a starter. She debuted as a Trojan at the Matador Invitational, where she opened with a pair of 72s and, despite a final round 81, tied for sixth at 9-over 225 ... Morgan made her first appearance in USC's starting lineup at the Liz Murphey Invitational. She helped USC finish fourth in stroke play and won one of her three match play matches to help Troy take first at the event ... She started again at the Silverado Showdown, tying for 25th at 7-over 223 (77-74-72), helping USC to second place. She finished the season with a stroke average of 76.0 ... Morgan had a successful summer, winning the Collegiate Players Tour event in Norco, Calif., by seven strokes in June and reached the final of the California State Women's Amateur, where she lost 1 down. She won four match play matches to advance to the final ... She also made the cut at the 112th Women's North & South Amateur at 7-over 229, tying for 42nd.

    2013: Morgan joined the Trojans as a 2013 freshman but did not see any action in her first year on the team ... Following the season, she finished 23rd at the California Women's Championship and competed at the Maui Open, winning her flight. She finished the summer taking third at the Women's Southern California Golf Association Championship with a 153 (76-77).

    HIGH SCHOOL: Morgan prepped at Polytechnic School in Pasadena, Calif., where she captained and was the MVP of the Boys Varsity Golf Team as a 2012 senior and was a co-captain and an All-CIF performer as a 2011 junior. She was also team MVP in 2010 and 2009 ... Morgan also played tennis at Poly, earning All-CIF, All-League and team MVP recognition as a senior. She was also team MVP as a sophomore and a junior. She was the editor of the school yearbook as a senior as well.

    PERSONAL: Born in Jan. 31, 1994, her parents are G. Edward and Karen Morgan. She is a philosophy and politics and law major.

    Lowest 54-Hole Score: 223 (Silverado Showdown)
    Lowest Round: 72 (twice)
    Highest Finish: 6th tie (Matador Invitational)


    Who is your favorite professional athlete and why?
    Peyton Manning because of his incredible leadership, "never say die" perseverance, and dedication to his community through charity.

    If you could play with any 3 people in the history of the world, who would it be?
    Bobby Jones, Ben Hogan, Peyton Manning.

    Why did you choose to come to USC?
    The inspiring school spirit and loyal Trojan family (not to mention the warm weather)!

    What is your favorite golf course?
    Augusta National Golf Club.

    What is your favorite band or musical artist?

    What is your favorite USC home golf course?

    What is your greatest golf memory?
    Realizing the childhood dream of playing golf for USC.

    What is your favorite type of food?
    Cappuccino ice cream.

    What do you like to do when you're not playing golf?
    Play other sports and hang out with friends (ideally a combo of the two).

    Tell us something about yourself that people don't likely know about you.
    I've traveled to all seven continents of the world and have over 150 toy soldiers collected from many of the places I've visited.