Morgan Frame made her reputation as a clutch basketball player in high school and college. Now her focus is on making the U.S. rowing team for the 2024 Olympics. By Mike Lowe Press Herald
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Frame made her Division I debut for UNH on Dec. 18, 2011, at Rhode Island, where Blodgett is an assistant coach. Frame scored 15 points and grabbed 10 rebounds. She was a two-time BDN All-Maine ...
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But over 46 years, Morgan turned DeMatha, a boys’ school buried off a back road, into a sports landmark. He won 1,274 games—more than any other coach in the history of high-school basketball—and five national championships. His team topped the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference, one of the nation’s best, 33 times.
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So Morgan remains home, even after the stint at Hofstra ended in 2013. He hasn’t coached since and is uncertain if he ever will again. The love for the game hasn’t waned. Again, he lives with no regrets. “I had a great, great run in basketball,” Morgan said. He’s happy. He pays the bills.