If Jordan Morris goes pro during this offseason, he goes out on top. His two goals lead Stanford to a 4-nil win over higher-seeded Clemson. That score ties the largest blowout in NCAA D1 Men's Soccer College Cup history matching St. Louis Unversity's 4-0 over San Francisco.
Morris first goal was at just 1:27.
Here's that goal by @JmoSmooth13. Stanford leads 1-0 at half. pic.twitter.com/EojGvVQCtB— Sounder At Heart (@sounderatheart) December 13, 2015
Jordan's second was a fun little throughball that he touches into space. Morris has to use his left foot to place the shot.
Correction: Jordan Morris great at soccering pic.twitter.com/NCaJoxSTMb— Rob Usry (@RobUsry) December 13, 2015
Brandon VIncent buried a PK for Stanford's third.Eric Verso scored the fourth and assisted on one of Morris' goals. Stanford are now champions, but most of American soccer is focused on one thing - will Jordan sign with Sounders or stay in college and graduate after his senior year?
That feeling. #GoStanford pic.twitter.com/KjmpNPX4SH— StanfordMen'sSoccer (@StanfordMSoccer) December 13, 2015
The Mercer Island native is a Sounders HGP prospect and a United States National Team player. As of today he is also a champion.