- Published on Tuesday, September 02, 2014 13:38
Nick Morgan produced points in the hurdles events to boost Albion to the MIAA men’s track & field championship and a 13th place finish in the NCAA Championship in 2004.
A native of Flint, Morgan earned individual league titles in the 110- and 400-meter hurdles events to leave Field Day with the MIAA’s Most Outstanding Runner award.
He went on to compete in the NCAA Championship for the third time in his career, and it proved to be the charm as he pulled away from a tightly-grouped field to win the national championship. Getting a boost off the second-to-last hurdle, Nick completed the race in 14.56 seconds. His preliminary time of 14.39 seconds still stands as the Albion record.
Nick won 10 MIAA titles in all. He was a three-time league champion in the 110-meter hurdles, also winning the event in 2002 and 2003.
Nick graduated with a degree in psychology and he went on to the National University of Health Sciences where he completed a doctoral degree in naturopathic medicine in 2011. He lives in Okemos where he owns the Center for Integrative Wellness. Nick also serves on the board of directors of the Genesee County STEM Academy.