|College:||Santa Rosa Junior College|
2010 (RS Junior):
In his third season at Pacific, Morrison appeared in 28 games while tallying 23 goals, 11 steals, and 31 drawn ejections. His best performance of the season came in the Tigers’ opening weekend of action, when the center completed a hat trick in Pacific’s 10-5 win over Air Force.
2009 (RS Sophomore):
Morrison finished the season tied for second in goals on the team with 38. He appeared in 22 games while recording 18 steals and 22 assists for the Tigers. He set his season high of four goals against Harvard (Sept. 5) and Redlands (Sept. 12). On Nov. 21, Morrison's goal at the 4:50 mark put the Tigers up 9-8 to upset No. 6 Long Beach State for the No. 8 seed at the MPSF Tournament.
Morrison redshirted his first year at Pacific.
Morrison graduated from Santa Rosa Junior College, where he played water polo for then-head coach James Graham. He also swam for the Bear Cubs. He helped guide the water polo team to an undefeated season in 2007 behind his 97 goals. He was named First Team All-Big 8 Conference as well as receiving First Team All-America honors. Morrison was also named an All-American in the 200 breaststroke for Santa Rosa.
Morrison graduated from Fairfield High School in Fairfield, Calif., where he was a five-time letter winner in both water polo and swimming for the Falcons. Morrison was named Most Valuable Player in both his junior and senior seasons on the water polo team, as well as Solano County Athletic Conference Most Valuable Player in the same seasons. Amassing numerous awards both in water polo and swimming, he scored over 400 goals in his water polo career, proving to be a key factor in the Falcons' success.
Morrison is the son of Lloyed Wilder and Sherryl Wilder, and has three older siblings: Kayla, Jeremiah, and Tracy. In his fourth year at Pacific, he is studying business administration.