Korie Morton-Rozier has been the Athletic Director of the Penn State Greater Allegheny Athletic Department since 2014.
In her four seasons as the Athletic Director, Morton-Rozier has helped change the landscape of PSUGA athletics providing her teams with the tools needed to succeed in a very competitive Penn State University Athletic Conference. Since taking over, her teams have won PSUAC titles in Baseball, Men’s Basketball, and Cross Country and have made appearances in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association in all three of those sports.
She has overseen three 1,000-point scorers in Men’s Basketball, a 100 hit and a 100 RBI career in baseball and seen several program records broken across all 10 varsity sports. Morton-Rozier spreads her love of athletics to all of the student-athletes at PSUGA making sure each one has the tools to succeed both in competition and in the classroom
Morton-Rozier grew up in Churchill, PA and attended Woodland Hills High School where she excelled in both the classroom and on the basketball court. Through her tenure at Woodland Hills, she was a part of a basketball team who won a WPIAL title and was a PIAA Quad-A runner-up in 1997. Morton-Rozier was named to the Fab Five team as a result and holds records at her alma mater.
After graduating from Woodland Hills in 1997, Morton-Rozier attended Robert Morris University on a basketball scholarship, where she excelled and received the award of Freshman of the Year and on several occasions was awarded Player of the Week.
Morton-Rozier would go on to continue her education at Ohio University where she completed her Master’s Degree in Athletic Administration
Prior to coming to PSGUA, Morton-Rozier worked as Assistant/Interim Athletic Director at Woodland Hills High School and was the head coach for the girls’ basketball team. Morton-Rozier’s coaching resume includes ten years as a basketball coach while making eight appearances in the WPIAL playoffs, and advancing to the quarter-finals twice. As the AD at Woodland Hills, Morton-Rozier coached a wide array of future Division I, II and III student-athletes.
Her goal as Athletic Director at Penn State Greater Allegheny is to allow every student the opportunity to succeed in their specific sport and in life as well. Morton-Rozier is excited for the future of PSUGA Athletics with the start of a Track & Field Program as well as the revitalization of the golf program in the 2018-2019 season.