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#2 Makenna Morris

Makenna Morris - Women's Soccer - Clemson University Athletics
Germantown, Md.

Career Accolades

2022-23 All-ACC Academic Team

2021 Third Team All-ACC

2021 United Soccer Coaches Third Team All-Atlantic Region

2020-21 United Soccer Coaches Second Team All-Atlantic Region

2020-21 ACC All-Freshman Team

2020-21 Second Team All-ACC

In 2022 (Junior)

  • Played and started in all 18 matches
  • Finished third on the team with 10 points
  • Finished second on the team with four assists
  • Recorded three points twice, against #24 Virginia Tech and Western Carolina
  • Was vital in Clemson’s defense registering eight shutouts

In 2021 (Sophomore)

  • Earned Third Team All-ACC honors
  • Played in every match and recorded 19 starts
  • Finished second on the team with 21 points
  • Netted six goals on the season, a career-high
  • Registered the game-winning goal against Notre Dame in the ACC Quarterfinals
  • Recorded a season-high two assists against Syracuse
  • Recorded a career-high five points in the season opener against Saint Francis

In Spring 2021 (Freshman)

  • Successfully converted PK attempts in both the Rutgers and UCLA NCAA Tournament matches
  • Played every minute in eight matches throughout the 2020-21 season, three of which required overtime periods
  • Finished the season with 14 starts across her 16 appearances – just over 1,300 minutes of action
  • Earned United Soccer Coaches All-Atlantic Region Second Team honors

In Fall 2020 (Freshman)

  • Played and started in all 10 matches on the Tigers’ backline and was a key piece in the Tigers remaining undefeated at home in the fall
  • Recorded her first career point in her first career game as she serviced on a goal against Miami (9/12/20)
  • Ranked second on the team across the fall with 863 minutes played
  • Earned Second Team All-ACC and ACC All-Freshman Team recognition after her fall campaign

Before Clemson

  • Played her high school soccer at St John’s College High School while spending her club years with McLean ECNL
  • Was a member of the 5th ranked recruit class in the nation under Head Coach Eddie Radwanski according to Top Drawer Soccer while earning the No. 13 ranking for the IMG Academy 150
  • Two-time State Champion with St John’s College including being team finalists for the WCAC in 2016 and 2018 as well as a 2017 WCAC Championship title
  • Two-time Washington Post All-Met First Team and four-time WCAC First Team honoree
  • Had a decorated youth career, seeing action with the US U15, 17, and U20 teams
  • Four-year Honor Roll member with Academic Distinction


  • Sister of current Clemson women’s soccer member, Maliah Morris
  • Born on April 26