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Erin Morrow has signed to play basketball for Columbus State University. Seated with her are her parents Dan and Jodie Morrow. Standing, from left, are CHS Athletic Director Milo Mathis, Evolution Speed and Agility trainer David Migliore, former assistant coach Katie Buchholz, sister Emily Morrow, CHS assistant coach Tyron Kirkland, brother John Morrow, CHS head coach Haaris Quarishy and CHS Principal Tim Duncan. (click for larger version)
January 04, 2014JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Chattahoochee High School's Erin Morrow has signed a national letter of intent to play basketball for Columbus State University in the fall with a full scholarship. Columbus is an NCAA Division II school and a member of the Peach Belt Conference.
Morrow is a four-year varsity letterman and captain as well as an honor roll student. In addition to being a scholar athlete, she has also worked with the Jr. Cougar basketball program as a mentor. Morrow has been named team MVP for the past two seasons and was selected to the all-tournament team for the Big Red Shoot Out in 2012 and the Piedmont College Hardwood Classic in 2013. Morrow, who played travel ball for Peak Performance, was named First Team All-Region (6A, Region 6) 2012-13, Second Team North Fulton 2012-2013 and Second Team All-Metro 2012-2013.
"The CSU women's basketball program is ecstatic to add Erin Morrow to the Lady Cougar family," said CSU coach Jonathan Norton. "She is the total package when it comes to what every college basketball coach is looking for. She is a tremendous basketball player, great athlete, outstanding student and an incredible person of character. Erin is the product of an outstanding high school coach, Haaris Quraishy ("Coach Q"), who has prepared her for the next level. She will no doubt be an impact player right away."