Morgan Ehritt played for Cabrillo College for two years and was instrumental in helping Cabrillo to win the Conference Championships both seasons. She was on the Dean's List and won 1st Team North Coast Conference. Ehritt graduated from Cabrillo and furthered her education as well as played volleyball for UCSC. At UCSC she was the starting right side hitter and led her team to history, making their first appearance at the NCAA National Championships. On the court she was a stalwart in the most successful two-year period in UCSC Volleyball history. In two years, Ehritt tallied 211 kills with a .234 hitting percentage.
Ehritt is from Ventura where she played varsity volleyball for three years and was MVP of the league her senior year. She was the recipient of 'Athlete of the Year' of the senior class.
Ehritt is currently a coach at the local club based in Aptos, Main Beach, and when she is not coaching you can find her at the beach playing ball, gardening or at home baking! She says, 'I love volleyball! I would like to help build strong young women who can use what they learn, as a member of our program, in the world when they leave UCSC. I want this program and experience to be positive and fulfilling and give each athlete the chance to grow more, become a student and teacher of the game, and learn the true meaning of team."
Ehritt majored in Environmental Studies and minored in Education.