Casey Morton
Casey  Morton

Last College:
Maryland Eastern Shore '11

Assistant Coach


Hawks run away from Rattlers, 87-70

The Shore gets fourth MEAC victory in impressive fashion


Former Hawk Standout Returns To The Sideline

Casey Morton joins Coach Batchelor’s coaching staff


Hawks vs. Mount St. Mary's

Eastern Shore dropped a 66-63 decision to The Mount at home.


Women's Basketball versus Binghamton, Great Alaskan Shootout

The Hawks dropped a 68-51 decision against the Bearcats after digging themselves a 22-7 hole after the first quarter.


Women's Basketball vs. Coppin State (03.06.17)

Women's Basketball vs. Coppin State in the MEAC Tournament First Round at the Norfolk Scope Arena.


Women's Basketball vs. North Carolina Central (02.18.17)

Women's Basketball vs. North Carolina Central inside the William P. Hytche Athletic Center (Photos by Randy Stadler)


Women's Basketball vs. Bethune-Cookman (02.13.17)

Women's Basketball vs. Bethune-Cookman inside the William P. Hytche Athletic Center (Photos by Randy Stadler)

Morton enters her second season as an assistant coach for her alma mater.

On Nov. 11, 2016, the former Hawk standout returned to Maryland Eastern Shore after an illustrious four-year career in the Maroon & Gray.

“I’m excited to join the staff,” Morton stated. “I was blessed to have the opportunity to play my collegiate career here and I’m back where it all started. I’m looking forward to the season while learning from a great and seasoned coaching staff.”

Morton ended her collegiate career with 1,230 points, which is fourth all-time in the program’s Division I history. The Eastern Shore native also ranks fourth in total assists (296) and total steals (188).

In her freshman year, she won Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Rookie of the Year while earning a spot on the conference’s All-Rookie Team. Morton was selected to the All-MEAC team in her senior year after posting more than 11 points-per-game (PPG).

In high school, she scored over 2,500 career points at Mardela and named conference Player of the Year as a senior. Also, Morton was selected to the Bayside First Team and Warriors’ Most Valuable Player (MVP) all four years while guiding her squad to four consecutive regular season and Bayside Championships in that same time span.

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