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  Carter Morris
School: Stanford University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Washington, D.C.
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High School: St. Alban's
Height: 6-4
Weight: 185 lbs.
Birth Date: Sunday, June 15, 1980
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Major: Economics
Singles Record: 47-26
Doubles Record: 55-23
Fall of 2003: Posted a 3-2 singles record and a 2-1 doubles record … Reached the semifinals in the consolation bracket of the ITA Fall Regional in singles play … Teamed with Sam Warburg to advance to the doubles quarterfinals at the ITA Fall Regional.

Summer of 2003: Did not play.

2002-03 (Junior): Finished the year 16-8 in singles and 21-4 in doubles … Was a member of the Pac-10 All-Academic second team … Split time in the No. 6 single slot with Phil Sheng, and also played No. 3 doubles … Did not lose a game in three matches --- two doubles and one singles --- in the opening two rounds of the NCAA Team Championships vs. Oral Roberts and Fresno State (May 10-11) … Collected a win in Stanford’s 4-0 victory over Tulane in the NCAA Men’s Tennis Team Championship Third Round … In the match versus Tulane, he teamed with Sam Warburg to defeat the Green Waves’ Jorge Lievano/Mattias Westerberg, 8-1 at No. 3 doubles … Clinched the doubles point for Stanford in the its semifinal match versus top ranked Illinois by teaming up with Warburg to defeat the Illini’s Chris Martin/Phil Stolt, 9-7 … In singles, reached the fourth round of the Omni Hotels Regional Singles Championship and the consolation semi-finals of the Racquet Club Invitational in October … Posted a 7-4 record against Pac-10 opponents … Blanked Oral Roberts’ Patrick Guilliod 6-0, 6-0 in the first round of the NCAA Team Championship on May 10th … In doubles, teamed with Sam Warburg to win their last 12 matches dating back to April 4th … Teamed with Warburg to post back-to-back shut outs (8-0) at the No. 3 slot in the first two rounds of the NCAA Team Championship vs. Kevin Garlington and Patrick Guilliod of Oral Roberts on May 10 and Nima Roshan and Andy Sinn of Fresno State on May 11th … Won the Pac-10 Invitational Doubles Championship in April with three victories in three days … Defeated California’s Or Dekel and Robert Kowalczyk 8-5 in the final … Advanced to the final of the Omni Hotels Regional Championship in October Finished the fall of 2002 5-3 in singles and 4-2 in doubles (w/Sam Warburg) … Ranked 57th in the nation in doubles (w/Warburg) … The duo recorded four wins in three days before losing to teammates KC Corkery and James Pade in the final … In singles, reached the fourth round of the Omni Hotels Regional Singles Championship and the consolation final of the Racquet Club Invitational in Midland, Texas … Over the holiday break, was a singles finalist at the Holiday Festival Tournament in Hagerstown, Maryland. Summer of 2002: Reached the singles quarterfinals of the Atlantic City Invitational.

2001-02 (Redshirt Season): Finished the season 3-1 in singles and 1-2 in doubles … Forced to redshirt the year after coming down with mononucleosis … Advanced to the round of 16 as a No. 9-16 seed at the Omni Hotels Northern California Regional Championship … Won two straight set matches at regionals before falling 6-3 in the third set to Washington’s Alex Vlaski in the round of 16 … Also advanced to the round of 16 in regional doubles competition with freshman Sam Warburg.

2000-01 (Sophomore): Finished 7-4 in singles and 13-5 in doubles … Spent time in both the national singles and doubles rankings during the course of the season … The rankings were the first of his career … Named Second Team Pacific-10 Conference All-Academic … Played No. 3 doubles with fellow sophomore Ryan Haviland, and the pair finished 7-1 in duals and 12-5 overall … In singles, reached the semis of the Pac-10 Invitational before falling to senior teammate Ali Ansari 6-1, 6-3 … Won four of his final five matches … Won his only dual appearance of the season on April 4 vs. Utah … Reached the third round of the ITA Northern California Regional Championship … In doubles, reached the semis of both the Pac-10 Invitational and Sherwood Collegiate Cup and the quarters of the ITA Regionals … At the Sherwood Collegiate Cup, teamed with Haviland to post a 9-8 first round upset of 2000 NCAA Finalists Ryan Moore and Nick Rainey of USC.

Summer of 2000: In singles action, advanced to the last qualifying round of a Futures tournament in Chico … Advanced to the final qualifying round at the National Claycourts … Advanced to the semifinals of the Kryan Open in Pennsylvania.

1999-2000 (Freshman): Won 10 of his 12 singles matches, and was 9-4 in doubles with three different partners … Was a perfect 6-0 in duals – all at the No. 6 slot – and lost a combined total of just 26 games in those matches … Reeled off 10 straight wins from November 26-April 27 … His only two losses came against nationally-ranked opposition (No. 93 Andy Posavac of Washington and No. 100 Erfan Djahangiri of UCLA) … Singles quarterfinalist at the Pac-10 Invitational in Ojai in April … In the fall, reached the third round of the ITA Northern California Regional Championship, including a 6-2, 6-4 second round upset over No. 100 John Paul Fruttero of California … In doubles, teamed with Scott Lipsky to advance to the semis of the ITA Regional and quarters of the Pac-10 Invitational … Also advanced to the second round of the Pacific Coast Doubles Championship with David Martin.

Prior to Stanford: 1999: Reached the singles semis of ITA summer events at William & Mary, Georgetown and Pittsburgh … Named to the All-Met Team for the third time in his high school career … Ranked in the top 50 in the nation and first in the section (18’s) … 1998: Ranked in the top fifty in the nation and second in the section (18’s) … 1997: Ranked seventh in the nation and second in the section in (16’s) … 1995: Gator Bowl Singles Champion.

Personal: Born June 15, 1980 … Son of Grant and Tessa Morris … Graduated from St. Alban’s High School … At St. Alban’s, was a gold and silver winner in the National Latin Exam.

Dick Gould & John Whitlinger Say: “Carter is a fifth-year senior who is getting better and better. His serve has improve dramatically and his forehand is a weapon for him. He’s an attacking player and we are really excited to have him back.”