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Morgan Green
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Morgan  Green

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
San Jose, Calif.

High School:
Pacific Collegiate High School

Last College:
Chabot College

Height:
5-8

Position:
Guard

Experience:
TR

01/19/2016

No. 21 Spartan Women Take Down Rutgers 59-48

Aerial Powers scores 18 points to lead Michigan State over Rutgers

11/18/2015

No. 23 MSU Women's Basketball Cruise Past Georgia, 66-45

Tori Jankoska led the team with 20 points in win over the Bulldogs.

03/06/2016

No. 5 Maryland vs. No. 18 Michigan State

March 6, 2016 - Big 10 Tournament

02/11/2016

Penn State vs. No. 17 Michigan State

Feb. 11, 2016

01/16/2016

Iowa vs. No. 18 Michigan State

Jan. 16, 2016

2015-16 Game-by-Game Stats

SOPHOMORE (2015-16): Played 31 minutes in her Spartan debut against WMU, posting seven points, six rebounds and six assists (11/15) ... Posted her first double-double against Georgia, scoring 11 points and grabbing 10 rebounds alongside seven assists in a team-high 36 minutes (11/18) ... Scored four points in 25 minutes against Idaho State, grabbing two rebounds and adding three assists (11/21) ... Recorded four points and five assists against Cincinnati (11/27) ... Added six assists to the Spartan stat sheet against Baylor (11/28) ... Played 35 minutes for the Spartans, scoring a career-best 12 points and adding two assists and one block against Louisville (12/3/15) ... Tied a career-high seven assists, set a career-best two blocks and a career-high three steals against Loyola Chicago (12/6) ... Scored three points in 29 points against Davidson (12/9) ... Scored eight points, shooting 3-4 from the field against Wisconsin (1a/3) ... Tied a career-high seven assists in 21 points against Penn State (1/7) ... Recorded a career-high nine assists and a career-best four steals, scoring four points in 35 minutes against Northwestern (1/10) ... Shot just 1-7 from the field, scoring two points and fouling out after 25 minutes played at Indiana (1/13) ... Came off the bench for the first time against Iowa, scoring six points and grabbing four rebounds in 27 minutes (1/16) ... Scored 10 points of the bench against Michigan, shooting 4-5 from the field and grabbing seven defensive rebounds (2/3) ... Came off the bench to score three points and three bounds along with four helpers at No. 5 Maryland (2/5) ... Recorded five assists in 23 minutes against Iowa (2/8) ... Scored three points, shooting 1-2 from distance against Penn State (2/11) ... Dished out four helpers and scored five points in 21 minutes at Nebraska (2/14) ... Was held scoreless through 28 minutes at Rutgers (2/18) ... Took one shot, scoring two points to go along with three rebounds in 12 minutes against Minnesota (2/21) ... Dished out a game-high six assists at Illinois (2/24), marking the 13th game this season that she has led the team in helpers, matching Jankoska for the team-lead, and MSU is now 10-3 when Green leads them in assists ... Scored eight points and tied a career-best nine assists in 32 minutes against Ohio State (2/27) ... Came off the bench and scored two points and provided two helpers against Purdue (3/4) in the Big Ten Tournament ... Saw 20 minutes of action against Ohio State in the B1G Tournament (3/5), scoring two points with three assists ... Scored four points and grabbed five boards against Maryland in the B1G Tournament Championship (3/6) ... Scored six points in 34 minutes against Belmont in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (3/18) ... Earned a spot in the starting lineup against Mississippi State in the second round of the NCAA Tournament (3/20).

PRIOR TO MSU:
Played one year at Chabot College in Hayward, California ... Ranked the No. 2 junior college player by Dan Olson's College Girls Basketball Report ... Started 33 games and averaged 36.2 minutes per game ... Totaled 729 points on the season, averaging 22.1 points per contest ... Led the league in minutes (1,195), points (729), assists (254) and steals (142) ... Named Chabot College 2014-15 Female Athlete of the Year.

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Pacific Collegiate High School ... Missed her senior season under head coach Daniel Kumasaka due to injury ... Averaged 30.8 points, 7.8 rebounds, 5.3 assists and 6.6 steals per game in her junior year ... Earned Mission Trail Athletic League MVP and county player of the year honors ... Ranked No. 60 nationally by ESPN's Hoopgurlz out of high school ... Named the No. 5 prospect in the state of California by NorCalPreps ... Played at Whitney High School as a sophomore ... Averaged 27.2 points, 9.4 steals, 7.1 rebounds and 6.8 assists in her sophomore year ... Also lettered in track & field and cross country in high school ... Named basketball and cross country captain in 2011, 2013, 2014 ... Named track captain from 2011-2013.

PERSONAL: Born August 13, 1996 ... Daughter of Lecia Powell ... Majoring in neuroscience.

CAREER HIGHS:
Points: 12, vs. Louisville (12/3/15)
Field Goals: 4, three times, last vs. Michigan (2/3/16)
Free Throws: 4, vs. Western Michigan (11/15/15)
3-Point Field Goals: 3, vs. Georgia (11/18/15)
Rebounds: 10, vs. Georgia (11/18/15)
Assists: 9, twice, vs. Ohio State (2/27/16)
Blocks: 2, vs. Loyola Chicago (12/6/15)
Steals: 4, vs. Northwestern (1/10/16)
Minutes: 36, vs. Georgia (11/18/15)

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