Christy Morgan is the only three-time All-American in ODU field hockey history, and is the only field hockey player in NCAA history to earn a spot on the all-tournament team four times.
Morgan earned the sports top honor in 1985 as she was awarded the Broderick Cup, as being the nation's top female collegiate athlete.
During her four years, ODU won three consecutive NCAA national Championships from 198-84. The Lady Monarchs rolled up a 75-4-2 record during that span. Morgan was name the ODU Female Athlete-of-the-Year in 1984 and was a co-winner of the award in 1985.
Morgan completed her career as ODU's all-time leading scorer with 86 career goals and 133 career points. She is also the school's fifth all-time assist leader with 47. As a freshman, Morgan scored 11 goals as ODU captured their first NCAA crown. As a junior Morgan scored 23 goals and assisted on 14 others to help lead ODU to it's second straight title and in 1984 Morgan scored 27 goals and assisted on 30 others as the Lady Monarchs rolled up a 23-0 record and outscored opponents, 127-10.
During her career at ODU, Morgan was a member of the World Cup team, an alternate on the 1984 United States Olympic squad and later a member of the 1988 United States Olympic team.
Morgan graduated in 1985 from Old Dominion University with a degree in Health and Physical Education.