Lynn Bay Morang was one of Maine’s most dominate players as she led the Portland Bull Dogs to unparalleled success during her high school career from 1981-1986 under the direction of coach Ed Feeney.
Lynn could do it all. She controlled the lane defensively, intimidating players brave enough to try getting to the hoop, and was unstoppable from fifteen feet and in. She led her team in rebounding and scoring her junior and senior year and was considered the best female player in the S.M.A.A..
Lynn was a three-year starter for Coach Feeney and she graduated with the school’s career scoring record. In addition, she was a two-time Maine All-star and Gatorade Player of the Year in Maine in 1986. Lynn led the Bulldogs to two state championships while being selected a Converse All-American
Her teams played an aggressive style of play; a take no prisoners approach to the game. As a result, Lynn left high school prepared to succeed at the highest level.
Specifically, academically challenging Boston University was the next stop in Lynn’s illustrious career. While playing for the Eagles, Lynn was a four- year starter and MVP of her team her senior season. She led her team in scoring and rebounding her senior season and more importantly, along the way her team won two American East Championships.
Lynn was an All-North Atlantic Tourney selection in 1990 and All -American East Tourney All-star and All-Conference selection her senior season.
If that was not enough, Lynn was an all-star in the classroom as well. She was named to the All-Academic Honor Roll her senior season.
Lynn received her Master’s degree in social work in 1990.
Lynn and her husband Frank Morang Jr., himself an outstanding player for South Portland High School, live in Florida with children Alexa, Jordan, Sydney, and Connor.