2015-16 marks Morgan Fiorini's second year with the varsity program and she has started in all but one game during her career.
Missed all of non-conference play due to an injury to start her junior season. That injury came on the heels of a sophomore campaign where she appeared in 54 sets, and led the Wildcats in aces with 31.
She returned to the Millbrook lineup at the start of Cap-8 play on September 3rd at Heritage. That night she registered a kill, an ace, two assists, and 26 digs. She twice recorded 5 aces during the season, three short of her career high, 8 that was set in her first career varsity game vs. Knightdale on August 18th, 2014.
Despite missing all of non-conference play, Morgan found her way into the Top-10 of multiple Cap-8 statistical categories. Her 243 digs were 8th most in the conference, and 4th most on the team. But more notably, Fiorini's ability to record assists helped the Wildcats make a late season push to take the 5th spot in the conference. Going into September 24th's matchup vs. Wakefield, the 5'5 defensive specialist had only recorded 62 assists on the season. She ended up registering over a third of that previous number against the Wolverines that night when she had 24 assists. Her torrid pace carried throughout the remainder of the season as she averaged 21.7 assists over her final 9 games. That flurry of assists were highlighted by her career high 43 in a 3-1 win against Enloe on October 8th. Her 43 assists that night were the most in a single game since Stephanie Stieber had 47 vs. Broughton on October 11th, 2012.