Morgan, along with Canada's Christine Sinclair and Australia's Steph Catley, became the first women's soccer players to appear on the cover of FIFA video games in 2015.
She appeared alongside Lionel Messi on covers of FIFA 16 sold in the United States.
The match-winning goal was Morgan's team-high 20th in 2012, becoming only the sixth and youngest U. She finished the competition with four assists and three goals, including the equalizer against Sweden that advanced the U. to the final and the two goals against Germany that won the championship.She later credited the program as an integral part of her development as a soccer player: "...programs like ODP helped me especially because I did come into the club scene late and it was important for me to play as much as possible, play with the best players and learn from the best coaches.That, for me, was crucial to my development." At age 17, Morgan was called up to the United States under-20 women's national soccer team.While playing in a scrimmage against the men's junior national team, she endured an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury and did not play for the team again until April 2008. national team commitments throughout her collegiate career, Morgan led the Golden Bears in scoring and helped the team reach the NCAA Tournament four years in a row, advancing to the second round twice.I can only imagine how Seattle fans would respond to having a full professional women's team in the future." On October 26, 2015, it was announced that Thorns had traded Morgan, along with teammate Kaylyn Kyle, to expansion team Orlando Pride in exchange for the Pride's number one picks in the 2015 NWSL Expansion Draft and 2016 NWSL College Draft as well as an international roster spot for the 20 seasons.