2009-10 Softball
0 Katie Henderson C/INF
1 Cheniece Cason OF/INF
2 Mikayla Treadway SS
3 Amy Campbell C/IF
4 Katy Jett INF/OF
5 Lucy Schneider INF
6 Jessica Duncan P/OF
7 Marlina Delisa C
8 Trisha Massenzo C/INF
9 Shelby Morris P/OF
11 Tara Hartnett INF/OF
12 Annie Martin IF/OF
13 Arielle Garner INF
14 Whitley Hensley C
20 Sam Lower INF
22 Darci Gilbert P/INF
24 Marissa Hardy P/INF
Full Roster
Shelby Morris

#9 Shelby Morris

HT. 5' 11"
YR. So.
HOMETOWN Mt. Juliet, Tenn.

2011 Season
Named to the Atlantic Sun All-Academic and Atlantic Sun Conference Scholar lists … made 28 appearances with 13 starts for the Blue and Gold in her junior season … posted six wins and two complete games … earned the Bucs’ first win of the year vs. Towson on Feb. 18 … allowed one earned run and struck out five hitters against the Tigers in Charleston, S.C. … tossed 122 pitches in the win over St. Bonaventure on 3/12 in Johnson City … allowed two runs on five hits in the win over Belmont (3/26).

2010 Season
Named to the Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team … made 21 appearances and nine starts in the circle for the Bucs … led the team with three saves … earned first collegiate win vs. Georgetown on March 12 and first-ever save on 2/18 at Furman … allowed one unearned run and fanned seven hitters in the win over Western Carolina (4/28).

2009 Season
Made six appearances and one start in her rookie season in the circle … was a part of ETSU’s first-ever perfect game, as she tossed one inning of relief vs. UNC Central on 4/4 … posted her first collegiate start and strikeout vs. Milligan on 2/21.

Prior to ETSU
Four-year letterwinner in softball and volleyball at Mt. Juliet High School … posted an impressive record of 51-13 in her first three seasons with the Bears … helped guide her team to back-to-back appearances in the state championship … named 2006 District 9AAA MVP and Team Co-MVP, as well as Second Team All-MTSCA … was also named to the MTSCA All-Academic list in 2008.

Majoring in broadcasting … daughter of Jackie and Steve Morris … born June 4, 1990.