Morgan Gemmell

Middle Blocker

Class of 2026

2023 Team Ontario White

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Morgan Gemmell

Middle Blocker


Discipline for Recruitment: Women’s Indoor Volleyball

Height: 6’1″

Spike Touch: 9’5.5″

Block Touch: 9’1.5″

Standing Reach: 8’0

Attack Velocity: 72 km/hr

Upcoming Schedule

2023 Canadian University Volleyball
Camp & Showcase
December 15&16, 2023
Toronto, Ontario

Athletic Accomplishments

  • 2023-2024
    KW Predators 16U Embrace
    Middle Blocker

    KW Predators 15U Embrace
    Middle Blocker
    16U McGregor Cup Championship A - Bronze
    15U McGregor Cup Select A - Silver
    15U OVA Championships D1T2 - Bronze

    Team Ontario White Training Program, Nipissing University (July 2023)

    Mustangs Women’s Volleyball Captains Camp, Western University (August 2023)

    Munciana Elite Fall Camp (September 2023)

    KW Predators 14U Engage
    Middle Blocker
    Winter League Play - Bronze
    MYVB Invitational 14UG - Gold
    MYVB Invitational 14UG - Silver

    Weekly personalized lessons with Olympian & Coach Janet Cobbs Mulholland (January 2022-May 2022)

    Empow(her) Volleyball Program (May-June 2022)
    -An 8 week wellness and volleyball program delivered by Physiotherapist and Coach Kristin Bignell

    KW Predators Elite Camp for Club Athletes (July 2022)

    Madawaska Volleyball Camp (August 2022)
    -All Sport Blockers/Attackers
    -Court Volleyball

    Munciana Elite Fall Camp (September 2022)

    Guelph Jr. Gryphons 13U
    No competitive season due to COVID-19

  • 2023
    Attended Mustangs Women’s Volleyball Captains Camp, Western University

    Selected for Team Ontario White Program

    Participated at the Volleyball Recruits College Coaches Camp

    Selected for Team Ontario Tall Maples Program

  • 2022-2023
    CWDHS Junior Volleyball Team
    Middle Blocker/Left Side

  • Centre Wellington District High School, Fergus, Ontario.

    Class of 2026

    Program of Interest: Kinesiology

    Honour Roll, 3.7 GPA

    2021-2022 Honour Roll Award (Elementary)
    Grade 8 Social Activist Award

    Grade 7 Citizenship Award

    Grade 6 Perseverance Award

  • 2023
    District 10 Junior Volleyball All-Star

    WCI Invitational MVP

    PDHS Invitational MVP

  • Over 100 Community Involvement hours accumulated.

    Volunteer Coach, KW Predators

    Acting as a positive role model and mentor for incoming Grade 9 students.

    Centre Wellington District High School
    Supporting the Canadian Cancer Society

    WELead Initiative - Mentee
    An opportunity to connect with and be mentored by a female collegiate-level volleyball player competing in Canada or United States.

    LIT (Leader in Training) with the Township of Centre Wellington Summer Camp Program.

    Creator of the 1 BOX Initiative, creating awareness around period poverty. Over $1000 of products were donated to Guelph-Wellington Women in Crisis.

    Presenter for Empowerment Day, an event with guest inspirational speakers where students in Grades 5-8 attend from all over UGDSB.

    Students Create Change
    Student led group organizing school and community fundraising and awareness campaigns.

    Morgan's Melanoma Awareness & Fundraiser, an event which raised over $5500 for Melanoma Research donated to The David Cornfield Melanoma Fund.

    Two Sisters Pebble Art. Creative pebble art created and sold to members of the community, with proceeds benefitting the Children's Foundation of Guelph and Wellington Adopt-A-Family Program.

  • 2023
    KW Predators Elite Beach Program

    KW Predators Elite Beach Program

    Ace Performance Volleyball Program with Physiotherapist and Coach Kristin Bignell

    Guelph Jr. Gryphons Beach Development Program

Athlete Bio

Five words you can use to describe yourself as a high performance athlete.
  • Competitive
  • Strong
  • Dedicated
  • Hardworking
  • Coachable
Five words you can use to describe yourself off your field of play.
  • Kind
  • Responsible
  • Funny
  • Optimistic
  • Friendly
Describe how you work in a team.

In a team, I may not be the loudest on the court, but I am always encouraging my teammates with a kind word or support both when spirits are down or when we are winning. I do my best to keep a positive attitude on and off the court. I appreciate feedback from coaches and teammates and I will work hard at applying this feedback in order to improve so that I can contribute to the teams success.

Athletic highlights and how you felt when you received them:

Details coming

What are your interests outside of sports? Why do you like them?

Outside of sports, I really enjoy being in involved with social and community activism. I think bringing awareness to the community about different social issues is important and can bring us all together in order to create change in a positive way.

I also really love spending time with my friends and family. Swimming at the lake, sitting by the campfire, or just hanging out with the people I care about are some of my favourite things.

Who are your role models and why?

My role models are my parents. They are both very hard working and encourage my sister and I to work hard but also to have have fun while doing it. They believe in me and I know that I can reach my goals with them in my court. They always support me, whether in sport or in school and always in life. I am lucky to have them both.

My other role model is Kristin Bignell. Kristin is my physiotherapist and she has helped me tremendously in the last two years overcoming my injury, teaching me about how to advocate for my needs and learning about my body as a young female athlete. Kristin has inspired me to become a physiotherapist and to follow in her footsteps by helping other young female athletes to stay healthy, injury free and to feel empowered while playing their sport.

Involvement in other sports or extracurricular. Why is it important for you?

My overall health is important to me and it is also important to me to become a faster and stronger athlete. I participated in CrossFit training for two years, twice a week. I always felt amazing after spending the hour or two in the gym. The CrossFit community was always very supportive and helped me to reach many of my fitness goals.

I now participate in team conditioning once a week with my volleyball teammates and I feel energized after working hard and seeing my teammates work just as hard to reach similar goals.

Academic highlights and how you felt when you received them?

When I learned that I was receiving the Honour Roll Award, I felt proud of myself for being able to maintain my grades while playing competitive sport.

What program would you like to attend in school?

I am interested in health sciences. I would like to become a physiotherapist and work with young female athletes.

How do you envision your school life in college/university?

Details coming

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