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Mike Morrill

Mike Morrill

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Inducted 2016

College

Johns Hopkins University

Inducted as a truly great player, Morrill was a two-time collegiate All-American on attack at Johns Hopkins University, earning first team honors in 1988 and third team honors in 1987. He helped to lead the Blue Jays to the national championship in both 1985 and 1987, and finished as the team’s leading scorer in both 1987 and 1988. Morrill was selected for the North-South All-Star Classic in 1988 and also named to the All-Time Johns Hopkins Team that same year.

Morrill won two world championships as a member of Team USA in 1990 and 1994, and he was selected to the All-World Team as an attackman in 1994. He has been previously inducted into two other halls of fame. He joins his grandfather, Kelso, and father, Bill, in the National Hall of Fame, becoming the first family to be represented by three generations.