Morgan Paige Brian is a soccer player in America. Born on February 26, 1993, she plays for the Chicago Red Stars high division of National Women’s Soccer League, also known as NWSL. It has the most top division of professional women players in the entire United States. Her first match was against Korea Republic on June 25. 2013 it was a friendly match between the team. After that, she has scored six goals and has made 82 appearances in the team.
Morgan Brian Career Details
Morgan Brian played in the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 and the Summer Olympics in 2016 she represented her country United States. Being 22, she was the youngest player in her team during the world cup. She also played soccer in her college days and was in the team of her university; she was in the team between 2011 to 2014 of the University of Virginia Cavaliers. While she was in the team of Cavaliers, she outperformed herself, scoring 40 goals, 40 assists recorded, and after finishing her college career, she stood second in career points. She was also awarded the MAC Hermann Trophy in 2013 and 2014; she won the award two consecutive years, making her the fourth women player to get that rank.
After finishing her college, Brian got selected in the first place by Houston Dash in 2015 NWSL College Draft.
University of Virginia Cavaliers.
Morgan Brian In The University
In the first year of her University, Brian participated in 22 games, and out of the tola 24 matches, she appeared in 23. She was the second-leading scorer with 11 goals and eight assists for the Cavaliers and was the mid-fielder in her team. She got many awards for her performance which included, NSCCA First-Team All-American, Second -Team Soccer America MVP, and was the semi-finalist for Herman Trophy. She also got the title of Soccer America National Freshman of the Year. The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) and First Team All ACC were also the titles she got.
In her second year, she participated in 15 games in the year 2013. She missed the starting of the season due to her representation in the world cup 2012 Under 20 Women’s World Cup; she was the one who helped the United States take a gold trophy home. For the Cavaliers, Brian did four goals and seven assists. She was named ACC Tournament MVP, Second Team Soccer America MVP, NSCAA 1st Team All-Southeast Region, and First Team All- ACC, TopDrawerSoccer.com Second Team and First Team VaSID All-State.
Her third year in 201, Brian played 25 games. She got scored 46 points on 16 goals and a league-high 14 assist in Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). She lead Virginia to College Cup after scoring in all four NCAA tournaments. She was the winner of 2013 Hermann Trophy. She also won the titles of Soccer America Player of the Year, PLayer of the year for TopDrawerSoccer.com, VaSid State Player of the Year, First Team NSCAA All-American, First-Team Soccer America MVP, and First Team All ACC.
In her fourth year in 2014, Brian again won the Hermann Trophy. After this award, she came the fifth woman to win this title twice, after Mia Hamm of North Carolina, Cindy Parlow, also of North Carolina, Christine Sinclair of Portland, and Kerri Hanks.
Morgan Brian Net Worth
Having been playing for almost ten years and having a professional career of 5 years and winning several states and national player of the year including two Herman Trophies, Morgan is estimated to be worth some 1.5 million pounds with a majority of this wealth coming from football and the rest coming from product endorsements.
Morgan Brian Husband
Brian was in a relationship with Houston Dynamo Midfielder Eric Bird from 2013 to 2015. after the couple’s split, she soon began dating Fabrice Gautraut, who she eventually got married to in November 2017.
Morgan Brian Religion
She is a devout Christian and is a prominent member of the fellowship of Female Christian Athletes.
Morgan Brian Height And Weight
Morgan Brian is not the tallest woman out there. She only has a height of 5 feet 7 inches and a body weight of 123 lbs.