Annica Morrison joined the University of Iowa athletic staff as assistant athletic trainer in October, 2010 working with Women's Soccer and Softball.
Morrison is a licensed athletic trainer by the Iowa Board of Athletic Training, is an approved Clinical Instructor and a NATABOC Certified Athletic Trainer.
Annica joined the Iowa staff after serving as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Northern Iowa from 2008-10. She worked with the Northern Iowa football team for two seasons and worked with the women's tennis team in 2008-09, being involved in all phases of the UNI athletic training program. While at Northern Iowa Morrison also served as an approved clinical instructor.
Morrison attended Central Florida as an undergraduate. As a senior student athletic trainer she worked with football program in 2007 and the Intramural Sports program in her final semester. She also worked with men's and women's tennis and baseball earlier in her career, along with assisting with the fall sports programs at Dr. Phillips High School.
Morrison is a member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association, the Athletic Trainer's Association of Florida and the Southeastern Athletic Trainer's Association. She is certified by the American Red Cross: CPR and AED for the Professional Rescuer.
Morrison earned her bachelor's degree in Science-Athletic Training from the University of Central Florida in 2008, with a minor in Health Service Administration. She later earned her master's degree in Advanced Athletic Training from Northern Iowa in 2010.
Annica is a native of Kingston, Jamaica.