Morgan Moline ‘13 Recruiting Profile

  • Webster City High School
  • Webster City , IA
  • Women's Track
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Personal Statement

My name is Morgan Moline, and I love to run.  I’ve been a Varsity contributor on both my track and cross country teams since my freshman year, and have received several honors. My idea of fun is having hard work pay off.  I’m a Student-Athlete, so my academics come first.  I have a 4.0 GPA and I have many opportunities to do well in my athletics as well.  I am very driven and I will do anything a coach, teacher, or friend asks of me.  I am known to make goals as well.  I generally write mine down so I have a tangible thing to look at and wrap my head around.  I can easily visualize what I want to do and how I want to do it when I write down my thoughts.  My ambition, leadership, and organizational skills are a few of my best qualities.

            I’m a 5’10”, 128 pound distance runner.  As a sophomore in cross country, I lead my Varsity squad by 30 seconds or more in every meet.  I placed 8th in the North Central Conference and I placed 9th at Districts where I qualified individually for State— I finished in 68th place in the Class 3A contest.  My PR that year was 16:06 and I’m continually trying to beat it.  As a junior this year, I, again lead the team in performance as well as in leadership and work ethic.  I placed 11th in the Conference.  Track is just getting started, and I am Team Captain along with one other girl.  My coaches admire my devotion to the team and my desire to succeed in everything I do.  I am always the last one off the track and the last one to finish in the weight room.  More than anything, I want my team to succeed.  I enjoy passing on tips I have received from previous coaches onto my teammates.  One of the reasons why I work so hard is for the benefit of the team as a whole.  In the summer months leading up to cross country season, I even help lead workouts in the morning and talk to other girls about joining in on the fun.  I am always looking for more people to run with! 

            I’m not sure at all where I want to go to college, but I do know that I want to stay in or close to Iowa.  I like being close to home, but I’m willing to make a few changes!  As for size of a school, I don’t want it to be too large.  I’m from a small town, so I don’t want to be too overwhelmed with a big school.  As long as the college I choose is a good fit for my academics, athletics, and is beneficial toward my career planning, I’d be okay with it!  I am undecided as to what I want to pursue as a major, but I am leaning toward Business. 

            If I am lucky enough to run at the collegiate level, three goals will keep me motivated: work hard every day, maintain a positive attitude, and make an impact.  Whether or not I do well is up to me.  As my coach frequently says, “If it’s to be, it’s up to me.”  That is something to live by.

            I want to run in college because I want to make lasting relationships and better myself as a human being.  I believe that being a part of a team, especially of cross country or track, will benefit my grades as well.  It is a widely known fact that running and exercise are great stress relievers, and being around well-rounded people will enhance my learning environment. 

            Like in life, you get what you give in running; and I sure do give a lot.


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High School Information

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Webster City High School

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Awards, Achievements and Activities

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    • National Honor Society; Kiwanis Honor Banquet (freshman year); National Council on Youth leadership; A Honor Roll--Academic Letter each year in high school.
  • Activity
    • Lynx Mentor; SHIFTS (Students Helping Influence Future Teens) member; church youth group member. Fall term Sunday School Teacher; Student Director for WCTV (High School news program; Jr. AMVETS member

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