Grace began her tenure as the head coach of the girls’ varsity basketball team in the fall of 2015. Before coming to NMH, she coached two seasons as first assistant and recruiting coordinator with the women's basketball program at Connecticut College. Grace helped the Camels reach two consecutive NESCAC tournaments following two of the most successful seasons in the program’s history. Grace was responsible for perimeter-player development; she also helped coordinate the program's recruiting efforts and the team's strength and conditioning program. Grace has lead the NMH girls' basketball team to back-to-back New England 8 Championships, and looks to continue the success of the program in a very competitive Class A field. Grace graduated from Williams College, where she was a four-year varsity letter-winner for the women's basketball team. Known for her outside touch, Grace scored 592 of her 983 career points from behind the arc. The Ephs received three NCAA tournament berths, including a Final Four run in Grace’s senior season, the best finish in program history. At the end of her career, Grace received the Sinc Hart award, recognizing her contributions not only on the court, but to the Williams College community at large. At NMH, Grace works in the admission office and advises.
Morgan joined NMH in 2017 as a biology teacher and freshman advisor as well as a coach. As a forward on the Division I Quinnipiac University basketball team, Morgan helped lead the team to two Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) championship titles. When she was serving as a captain during her senior year, the team landed a spot in the NCAA Sweet Sixteen. Off the court, Morgan was a member of the MAAC All-Academic Team and Alpha ETA Society in recognition of her academic achievements.