Morgan is now in his ninth season at the helm of the women's tennis program at Middlebury. His teams are a combined 98-51 during his first eight seasons, with the 2007 and 2013 squads advancing to the NCAA Quarterfinals. Seven of his eight teams have advanced to the NCAA Tournament, with the 2009-12 and 2014 squads falling in the regional finals. Following the 2008 season, Morgan was named the NESCAC Coach of the Year. Morgan was again honored in 2012, being named the ITA National Coach of the Year. In the spring of 2013, Middlebury's Lok Sze Leung won the NCAA singles title.
Morgan came to Middlebury from NESCAC member Colby, where he served as the men’s and women’s head tennis coach for three seasons He also has extensive experience on the squash courts, having worked with both the Colby men’s and women’s programs as an assistant coach. He spent one season (2006-07) as the women’s squash coach at Middlebury.
While at Colby, he was responsible for the creation of the Central Maine Tennis Association, a nonprofit organization designed to promote the game of tennis in the greater Waterville, Maine area. His teams were involved in the local school systems, and he twice had a player win the school’s highest leadership award among student athletes.
Morgan previously coached at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps in California, where he led the men’s tennis team to an 8-0 record and the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title. His team rose to a number nine ranking in 2002-03, with a doubles team capturing a national title in 2001-02. Morgan led the Stags to the NCAA Tournament in each of his three years at the school.
Prior to arriving at Claremont, Morgan was an assistant men’s tennis coach at Notre Dame from 1997-2000 and the College of William and Mary in 1996-97. He was the 2000 ITA Regional Assistant Coach of the Year at Notre Dame.
Morgan is a 1996 graduate of St. Mary’s College in Moraga, California, where he was a scholarship tennis player.