Morgan Williams ’95
Inducted 2017

Born in Kingston, Ontario in 1976, Morgan debuted in world rugby at age 23, scoring two tries for Canada in the 1999 World Cup. Morgan played scrum half in the premier leagues of France and England for seven years, and played three times for the British Barbarians. He played for Canada’s Fifteens 51 times including three World Cups. Morgan also played on Canada’s Sevens for two Commonwealth Games and two World Cups. In 2005 Morgan captained Canada's Fifteens for the first time. After the 2007 World Cup he retired from international play. Morgan became the Head Coach of the Canadian men’s rugby Sevens in 2009, leading them to a top eight world ranking and a 3rd place finish in the 2013 World Games. Morgan was announced as the Skills Coach for the Women's National Sevens in 2012 and the Assistant Coach in 2016. This team placed 2nd in the World Cup and won Bronze in the first-ever Olympic Rugby Sevens. In 2017, the team had 1st, 2nd and 3rd place finishes in international tournaments.


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