Morgan Hartvigsen, Southern Virginia, Women's Basketball, Senior
Morgan Hartvigsen, Southern Virginia, Women's Basketball, Senior

Southern Virginia women’s basketball senior Morgan Hartvigsen is a business management major who can be found on campus honing her skills at “The Barn,” or enjoying the view from the porch on Main Hall. The Utah native embraces her opportunities to visit home and also like relaxing on the pristine beaches of Hawaii. Hartvigsen and the Knights host York in a CAC matchup on Saturday. INTRODUCING … Morgan Hartvigsen.

Briefly, what is your background in the sport you play?  

I have been playing basketball my entire life, and I am in my final year at the college level.

What is your major in college, and what is the most important thing you learned in that discipline?  

Business management. The most important thing I’ve learned is how to be a good leader and motivate people.

What is your favorite spot on campus? 

Main Hall, because it is beautiful and sitting on the porch over-looking the valley is amazing.

Outside of your home and campus, where is your favorite place visit?    

Hawaii. I love the beach because it is so calm and relaxing, but also a lot of fun.

Other than your team, what organization (s) do you participate in (on campus or off campus)?  

I try and go as often as I can to our Community Table, where I help serve food to people who need it or help cleaning up.

Briefly describe the most memorable experience during your collegiate athletic career.

One of my more memorable experiences was being able to travel home to Utah during my senior year and playing games with my family and friends there supporting me

Other than your family members, who was the most influential person in your life?  

Jesus Christ. He is why I live my life the way I live it.

What is the most important societal issue facing college students?

Standing up for what you believe in, in a respectful way. Everyone has different beliefs and views but people today think poorly of the individual for what they think just because it is not the same as their idea.

If you could change any one item in the world (in your personal life, school, community, amateur or professional sports, national/international issue, etc.), what would it be, why, and how would you do it? 

I would make there be more love in the world. This world is getting crazier as time goes on and many people seem to hate others simply because they are different.

What is your favorite form of entertainment? 

Netflix, because it has auto play.

If you could give one piece of advice to elementary school children, what would that advice be? 

Have fun and don’t stress about the future.

Outside of the CAC, who or what is your favorite sports person or team?  

Michael Jordan. I have loved him ever since I can remember. He kept trying when people thought he wasn’t good enough and became the best player ever, and that’s always inspired me.

Name three (3) people, real or fictional, living or dead, that you'd like to have dinner with?  

My parents and President Thomas S. Monson. I miss and love my parents a lot and I have a lot of questions I would want to ask Thomas S. Monson.