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Female athlete of the issue

Andrew Escobar, Staff Reporter

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Miranda Morris is an athlete best known for her perseverance on and off the field. Morris’ passion for the sport is also found in her career ambitions to become a trauma nurse at Fresno State University.

Full Name: Miranda Grace Morris

Grade: 12

Birthday: November 10, 2000

Height: 5’4”

Hair Color: Brown

Eye Color: Brown

Favorite Color: Pink

Sports Played: Soccer and Track

Years Played: Soccer for 4 years and track for 1 year

Position Played: Stopper and sweeper

Plans After Graduation: Attend Fresno State and become a trauma nurse

Career Goals: To become a trauma nurse

Favorite Thing About Sport: Fun environment

Least Favorite Thing About Sport: Running

Most Memorable Moment: Saving a goal

Who Inspires You: Coach Behnam

Who’s Your Favorite Teacher and Why: Mrs. Ludwig because she is super supportive of me

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