Starting in the small town of Weyburn, Morgan began her water polo career at the age of 12. Playing with the Hurricanes for a few years, she startedÂ to enjoy the sport and became interested in competing at a higher level. Later on, Morgan joined Team Saskatchewan for the first time at the age of 14. For the next few years, her family drove back and forth from Weyburn to Regina, so that she could have the elite coaching Water Polo Saskatchewan had to offer. Morgan was one of the first to spend her senior year of high school centralized in Regina to further her sport career. By this time, she had competed in 6 National Championships.
After graduation, Morgan traveled to Nice, France. She played with the womanâ€™s water polo team and competed in many tournaments including the European Cup in Belgrade, Serbia. After the season was over, Morgan decided to return home and compete again with Team Saskatchewan for two more National Championships, where in 2013 the Team Saskatchewan 22U Team took second in a close final game. Morgan then decided to slow down on the training and put her experience into coaching. She still competes at provincials and Major League games.
Morgan has been involved coaching about 10 years. However, her interest rose into a part time position when she moved to Saskatoon. She has been coaching with Saskatoon for the last 4 years, with her focus being the adult beginner program. She also would lend a hand with the younger competitive programs when needed. This year, Morgan has taken on the role of Club President and coordinating/ coaching the Seal Program in Saskatoon. She hopes to keep coaching for as long as possible, and that all of her experience can help the club in Saskatoon and beyond.