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Morgan Made: Rochelle Stevens

Rochelle StevensA 1988 graduate of Morgan, Rochelle Stevens is a two-time Olympic medal winner. The track and field star took home the gold in the 1996 Olympics in the women’s 4×400-meter relay. She won a silver medal for the same event in the 1992 Olympics.

The Memphis, Tennessee native attended Morgan on a full track scholarship, graduating with a bachelor’s in telecommunications. During her time at MSU, Stevens won NCAA  All-American honors 11 times and was the Division I 400m champion. She also won the 400m at the 1992 U.S. Olympic Trials and won the U.S. Outdoor Track and Field Championship four times.

Stevens is the founder of the Rochelle Stevens Health and Wellness Spa in Memphis. She helps clients live healthier lifestyles through diet and exercise programs.

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