Nicole Morris was born and raised in Katy, Texas with her 5 siblings (Amy, Natalie, Kelsey, Kelli, and Kyle). After graduating from Katy High School in 1993 she attended The Ohio State University where she competed on the women’s soccer team, women’s lacrosse team, and rowed crew for a year. After earning her B.S. in Education with emphasis in coaching and sport performance, Nicole started her teaching and coaching career. She has coached soccer at the youth, high school, and collegiate levels and holds a USSF “C” license and an NSCAA National license. In addition, Nicole holds a level 3 certification with US Lacrosse and is a National Trainer in the US Lacrosse Coaching Development Program. She is currently the girls’ varsity lacrosse assistant coach at St. John’s School where she has coached since 2002. In addition to soccer and lacrosse, Nicole has coached football, volleyball, field hockey, and basketball. Always on the lookout for a new challenge, Nicole has competed in over 15 sports, including women’s professional football (Houston Energy and H’town Cyclones), rugby, softball, swimming, basketball, tennis, volleyball, and Tae Kwon Do (1st degree Black Belt).
As a coach and player Nicole has passionately pursued learning about the visual system and how it affects performance. Over the course of her coaching career, Nicole has developed several drill sets to help determine how well the athlete is capable of tracking the ball and focusing from ball to target and vice versa. Nicole has earned a certification in sports vision training.
My name is Colton Porto. I am in school for code development and programming. I have played the violin for 8 years and the two main sports that I played was track and football. I was my schools starting running-back and was also the most valuable athlete in my district my junior year of track. I enjoy being active and going to the movies. My goals in life are to become successful in my field while still finding time to enjoy life with my family and friends. I have worked with lots of different hardware and tech over the years and have seen how much tech has progressed to help make us athletes grow to new heights in our events/sports. And I am excited to help show others how this new tech can help them grow in many ways and make them a better all around athlete.
Nick Cavalero graduated from Cinco Ranch High School in 2012, and went on to earn a degree in Mathematical Biology from the University of Houston, with additional interests in biomedical engineering and computer science. While new to the sports scene, he is able to bring his dual backgrounds in human physiology and statistical analysis to fine-tune athletes using Coach Morris’ sports vision training regimen with detailed, personalized feedback.