Morrow, David

Founder of Warrior Lacrosse

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2018 Silver Anniversary Award: David Morrow

 

Athletic Hall of Fame Inductee Highlight / Dave Morrow '89 Morrow was a speedy high school All-American captain who helped the Warriors capture a state championship in 1988 followed by a state and mid-west championship in 1989. A natural born leader, Morrow also served as captain of the hockey team, class president of the 1989 graduating class, and was a committed National Honor Society member. Morrow was the first Michigan player recruited to play lacrosse at Princeton University, helping the team reach the NCAA tournament for the first time ever, during his freshman season. As a junior, Morrow became a First-team All-American Defenseman and the Division I Defenseman of the Year, as Princeton won the first of its six current NCAA championships. As a senior, Morrow was again first-team All-American and Defenseman of the Year, and was honored as the Division I Player of the Year. Adding to his long list of accomplishments, he was named to the 1995 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Silver Anniversary Team which lists him as one of the top 100 players of all time and was a member of the Gold Medal winning USA Lacrosse teams in 1994 and 1998 before retiring from competitive lacrosse. In 1992, Morrow founded “Warrior Sports.” Warrior started out as the first manufacturer of titanium lacrosse shafts, which revolutionized the game due to the stick’s weight and durability. In 2004, Warrior was sold to New Balance and Morrow became President and CEO of their Warrior Division. Congratulations Dave! #wearebrotherrice

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College: 

  • Princeton (D1)

High School: 

  • Brother Rice

HS Grad Year: 

  • 1989

Position: 

  • D

Name: 

David Morrow