| Amy Morrison
Volunteer Assistant Coach
Amy Morrison enters her fifth season with the Memphis women's soccer team as a volunteer assistant coach. Morrison had previously served as an assistant coach at both Kansas and Texas Tech.
In Kansas, Morrison coached with the Kansas Olympic Development Program for two seasons and also coached for two clubs, the KCFC Dynamos and the KC Strikers. She currently coaches club soccer for the Collierville Lobos. Her last collegiate coaching job came in 2002 when she served as a volunteer assistant at her alma mater, Kansas. Prior to her coaching stint in Lawrence, she held the post of assistant coach at Texas Tech for two seasons from 2000-01.
"I am so thrilled to be part of such a passionate group of coaches," Morrison said. "Brooks, Jodi, and Jonny have a tremendous amount of Tiger Pride. Brooks and Jodi have been a part of this program from the beginning and they continually find ways to make themselves better as coaches and as leaders. Their dedication to teaching these young women how to chase down their own successes is unsurpassed. Women's soccer at Memphis will continually get stronger and better with them on board."
A three-year letterwinner and a two-time captain for the Jayhawks from 1995-97, she was a member of the inaugural women's soccer squad at Kansas in 1995. Prior to her time at KU, she was a letter-winner her freshman season at Tulsa. While at KU, she also interned with the SWA and the soccer program in 1998. Morrison was awarded the National Coaching Diploma in 1998 and the Advanced National Coaching Diploma in 1999 from the National Soccer Coaches Association.
Originally a native of Omaha, Neb., Morrison received her bachelor's and master's degrees in exercise science from Kansas in 1999 and 2004, respectively. She is married to Nic Morrison, and the couple resides in Memphis with their son, Peter Alisdair and daughter Lily.