2002...Started 17 games for the Blazers in 2002...was part of a defense that allowed a second-lowest goals per game average in Conference USA of 1.07...collected a career-high three assists and three points during season...recorded a career-best two assists against Western Kentucky...also recorded an assist against Birmingham-Southern...tallied a shot against Rhode Island, Louisville and Memphis.
2001...Came into his own as one of just three players to start all 21 games for the Blazers...named as the team's most improved player...part of defense that allowed just 1.14 goals per game which was good enough for third-best in the conference...recorded first career assist and point against Florida Atlantic...tallied one shot in two games during season against Charlotte and East Carolina.
2000...Played in 14 games, mostly in a reserve role...started in 3-2 win over Alabama A&M...saw playing time increase as season progressed.
High School...A three-year starter on the varsity and team captain during junior and senior seasons.
Other Soccer Info...Member of the Canadian Under-20 National Player pool as the Canadian team qualified for the youth World cup...member of the Under-18 Canadian National Team...made appearances against Moldova, Wales, Slovenia and Italy, along with playing in U.S. Soccer Festival... participated in Landerpokal 2000 in Duisburg, Germany where he played against Shalke 04 Reserves as well as the reserves from Rhineland, Hamburg, Munich and Dusseldorf.
Personal...Full name is Kareem L. Morgan...majoring in Criminal Justice...was born July 9, 1981...chose UAB over Hartwick and James Madison.