University of Louisville volunteer volleyball coach Taylor Morgan has been named a recipient of the 2020 AVCA Diversity Award.
For the 2020 AVCA Diversity Award program, recipients will participate in a series of educational, developmental and relationship building experiences in conjunction with the 2020 AVCA Virtual Convention, December 16-19 (With all 2020 AVCA Diversity Award winners being invited to in-person programming at the 2021 AVCA Convention in Columbus, Ohio).
Recipients will also be integrated into the AVCA Diversity Award winner alumni program that consists of continuing education, relationship building and mentoring upon completion of the initial programming. The award will provide more Black and more ethnic minority coaches the chance to strengthen their professional networks and help prepare the next generation of coaches to pursue their future dreams.
Morgan, a 6-0 middle blocker, spent her collegiate career at Minnesota. As a senior, she was named Second Team All-Big Ten and was an All-Region Honorable Mention. She played high school volleyball at Blaine (Minnesota) and was ranked as the 89th recruit in the national recruiting class.
She graduated from Minnesota with a bachelor’s in youth studies. Her dad, Matt Bingle, is the University of Minnesota’s director of women’s track & field and cross country.