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Christina Morgan is a native of DeSoto County who attended Sacred Heart School from K-8 and graduated from Horn Lake High School. She played on the first ever club volleyball team in DeSoto County (Lady Blazers) growing up. She played volleyball at the varsity level all 4 years of high school.  While attending Horn Lake High, Christina was on the first ever state championship team in the state of Mississippi in 1995.  She was named all district and all county in 1996 and 1997 where she helped lead her team to the North Half championship both years.  She was also named all state in 1997. 

 

She coached for the Lady Blazers Club team and refereed volleyball while attending college.  She graduated from the University of Mississippi and received her first job as the Assistant Volleyball Coach at Horn Lake High in 2005-2006. When Lake Cormorant first opened its doors in 2006, she began the volleyball program there starting with only 7th and 8th graders.  Each year the school added a grade and when the school was first able to compete for a state title in 2009, her team (LCHS) won the 5A Class II state championship.  She has gone on to win two more state championships in 2012 and 2013. She has also led her team to win 5 out of the last 8 district championships, four North Half championships, and three county championships.

 

She was named MAC coach of the year in 2010 and 2012.  She was also named Chickasaw Conference coach of the year in both 2009 and 2010.  She was named coach of the year by the NFHS in 2011.  She was chosen as the Mississippi North All Star coach in both 2010 and 2012.  in 2017 she was selected as the Desoto County Volleyball Tournament Coach Of The Year. She has had over ten of her players go on to play collegiate volleyball and receive scholarships. 

 

Christina earned her Master’s degree recently in Educational Leadership from Arkansas State University.  Christina has a daughter, Madison, who has been a part of our program since 2011 and she has committed to playing volleyball for Christian Brothers University.