Morgan had another stellar year to finish off her career. For the third consecutive season, she broke 600 points in a year. She also eclipsed 2,000 career points, moved up to second all-time in Tulane history in scoring (2,240 points) and broke the school record for field goals made, field goals attempted and games started.
At the end of the season, Morgan was named Second Team All-AAC for the third straight year.
Classmate Caylah Cruickshank ended her Green Wave career as well, finishing with 176 points and 98 rebounds while bringing her characteristic energy to the court, bench, locker room and road trips.
The 2017-18 season began in early November with a chilly trip northeast. Tulane played in the Maine Tip-Off Tournament in Orono, Maine, defeating the host Black Bears to begin the year.
From there it was off to the Bahamas for two games in the Junkanoo Jam. The Green Wave had a blast in the sun in the days leading up to their games and were very thankful to spend their Thanksgiving in paradise.
Back in the USA, Tulane picked up wins over McNeese State, UNO, Middle Tennessee State, Troy and UTEP to close out the non-conference schedule. Those last two wins were part of the 22nd Annual Tulane Classic and gave Tulane a championship in its own tournament for the 10th straight year.
After Morgan received a framed photo of her 2,000th career point, Tulane proceeded to go on a two-game winning streak with victories over Tulsa and East Carolina on January 21 and 24.
In early February, the Green Wave suited up in pink for its annual Play4Kay game to promote breast cancer awareness and charities. Tulane earned a big win over Temple in that game.
When the dust settled, Tulane earned a 76-64 victory over the Tigers and a spot in the quarterfinals against top-ranked UConn. The Huskies, playing just under 30 miles from its home arena, ended the Green Wave's season with an 82-56 win.