Morris begins his second season as the head coach of the RedStorm and, at age 25, is one of the youngest head coaches in the country.
A double graduate of the University of Rio Grande, Morris received both his Bachelors' and Masters' degrees in Sport Exercise Science and Education, respectively, with a Specialization in Sports Leadership and Coaching.
"I'm looking forward to a tough season and a very competitive calendar and I'm hoping my players will continue to take huge strides as we look to move this program forward," said Morris, who spent two seasons as an assistant coach in the program before assuming his current role. "With the coaching staff I have and the players in my squad, I firmly believe we are well on the way to breaking more records and opening more eyes. We're letting people know Rio women's soccer is on the move"
Morris, a native of Middlesbough, England, came to the United States at the age of 17. He played at the Middlesbough Academy as a trainee and spent two years at the Middlesbough College Football Academy. He graduated from the Rye Hills Secondary School in 2002 and spent two years at Middlesbough College.
Morris played four years for the Rio Grande men's team, wrapping up his career following the 2008 season. He served as a captain during the 2007 campaign and finished his career with 22 goals and 18 assists. He scored 18 of his 22 career goals during the 2008 season, which ended with the RedStorm finishing as the NAIA National Runner-Up.
Stansfield is in his second season as an assistant coach with the RedStorm.
A native of Leeds, England, Stansfield graduated from Rio Grande in 2011 with a degree in Sports & Exercise Studies, with a minor in marketing. He is currently pursuing a Master's Degree at the school.
Prior to coming to Rio Grande, Stansfield played professionally with Leeds United. After being released at age 18, he gained the attention of Rio Grande head coach Scott Morrissey at a USA college soccer event and, shortly thereafter, decided to play for the RedStorm.
Stansfield played three full years on the varsity team, receiving All-Conference honors in the 2009. He also helped the RedStorm to the National Championship final in 2008 and the NAIA Final Four in 2009.
Stansfield coached at Leeds United for two years coaching the under-12 team. He has also coached at LSU, URG and many high school teams across America.
His responsibilities include conducting training sessions, scouting, recruiting high-quality players and man-to-man management.