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30 Morgan Hatten
Height: 5-10
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Potomac, Md.
High School: Winston Churchill
Position: G

AS A SOPHOMORE (2005-06): Played in 26 games overall with five starts…started a stretch of four straight games, starting at Navy and the first three of conference play….also started at home against Albany…recorded a strong start to the season, scoring nine points with five rebounds in the opener against Morgan State…her nine points came on three three-point baskets, setting an individual career single-game high for her…scored double figures twice on the year with 10 points against Lafayette and IPFW…moved into the starting rotation at Navy, starting in four straight games before heading back to an off the bench roll against Maine and Hartford...came off the bench at Hartford to score nine points, making 4-of-6 shots from the field...went 4-for-6 from the field at Vermont scoring nine points...finished the season averaging 3.4 points per game and shooting 48.7 percent from the field…dished out 1.1 assists per game and corralled 1.4 rebounds per game.

AS A FRESHMAN (2004-05): Started the first five games of the season and six on the year…played in 21 games during her rookie campaign…shined in her debut with 11 points, four rebounds, four assists and two steals against Coppin State…moved into a utility roll after the fifth game of the season, with her only other start at Binghamton in the Retrievers’ 50-46 win…scored nine points in back-to-back games against American and Drexel…grabbed a season-high five rebounds to go with seven points at Albany…shot 30.1 percent from the floor, making 28-of-93 and 10-of-51 from three-point range…averaged 3.6 ppg, 1.8 rpg, 1.5 apg and a 2.0 assist-to-turnover ratio.

HIGH SCHOOL: Hit the 1,000-point mark her senior year at Winston Churchill High School, averaging 16 points per game, seven rebounds per game and six assists per game that year…as a senior in 2003-04 earned all-county honors…also named honorable mention all-metro by the Washington Post…named 2003-04 team MVP as well…led school to back-to-back Maryland 4A state titles in 2001-02 and 2002-03…as a junior she recorded a career single-game high of 28 points as she was named All-Met honorable mention by the Washington Post…earned team Co-MVP for the second time as a junior…averaged 13.3 points per game on 49.3 shooting percentage from the field and grabbed 6.8 boards a contest her junior campaign… also added 3.3 steals and 3.1 assists per game en route to being named to the Montgomery Journal All-County team and labeled "the county's most skilled and versatile player".

PERSONAL: One of three children to Lauren and Frank Hatten…has two brothers…the oldest, Ben, was a four-year member of the tennis team at Notre Dame before graduating while her other brothe,r Kyle, is currently a student at the University of Virginia, where he is expected to earn a degree in the winter of 2005...born March 14, 1986.