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Morgan Beye
Morgan  Beye

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Reno, Nev.

High School:
Reno HS

Height:
5-4

Position:
F


03/22/2017

Meet the Pack: Morgan Beye

Beye is a local product from Reno High School.

02/21/2017

Record number of Wolf Pack student-athletes earn Academic All-Conference honors

Total of 63 student-athletes from fall sports are honored for academic successes.

02/18/2015

38 Wolf Pack student-athletes earn Academic All-Mountain West accolades

Honorees must have 3.0 GPA and compete in roughly 50 percent of team's contests

02/18/2015

38 Wolf Pack student-athletes earn Academic All-Mountain West accolades

Honorees must have 3.0 GPA and compete in roughly 50 percent of team's contests

JUNIOR (2016) - Played in 17 of the 18 matches … Scored her first collegiate goal, in the win at Sacramento State (9/9) … Took six shots in the season, four shots on goal … Logged 314 minutes on the field.

SOPHOMORE (2015) - Saw time in three games before suffering a season-ending injury … Played 52 minutes, including 33 minutes against Montana (8/28).

FRESHMAN (2014) - Appeared in 13 matches during her rookie season … Took one shot on the year, at home against Saint Mary’s (9/7) … Saw time on the field in her first collegiate game during the season-opener against Denver (8/22) … Played a season-high 40 minutes against San Diego State (10/10) … Logged 206 minutes on the field.

HIGH SCHOOL - Local product out of Reno High School … Four-year letterwinner and helped the Huskies to High Desert League championships in 2010 and 2013 … Reno’s Offensive Player of the Year and a first team all-league selection in her junior and senior seasons … Member of Re-Wa-Ne Yearbook staff.

PERSONAL - Daughter of Eric Beye and Andrea Meicucci … Has two siblings, older brother Dominic and younger sister Grace … Stepfather Jeff Ardito played football at Nevada … Community health science major … Played for the Lady Nomads of the Sagebrush Soccer Club in Northern Nevada with teammate Aubrie Ciesynski … Won the Great Basin Youth Soccer League championships in 2012 and 2013 and was a NorCal Winter League champion in 2013 … Chose Nevada because she was able to play soccer and get a quality education while being close to family and friends … Lists her dad, Eric, as her sports hero because “he was not just successful in all the sports that he did, but also has passed down his knowledge about being an athlete” … The most memorable game of her career is her last club game playing with the Nomads – facing a rival team, she notched a goal and three assists in a 6-0 victory, the goal came from 40 yards out, a firecracker to the left upper ninety … Enjoys cliff jumping, hiking, swimming, and just being outside.

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