At the 2013 Algarve Cup, Morgan shared top-scoring honors. She finished the competition with four assists and three goals, including the equalizer against Sweden that advanced the U. S. to the final and the two goals against Germany that won the championship.  She previously won the tournament's golden boot in 2011.  On June 2, 2013, Morgan scored two second-half goals as the U. S. defeated Canada 3–0 in front of a sold out crowd in Toronto. This was the first match between USA and Canada since the epic semi-final of the 2012 Olympic Games.  Morgan was named to her third appearance on the 10-player short list for FIFA Women's World Player of the Year in 2013 and finished fourth in the voting.  For the inaugural CONCACAF Awards, she was recognized as the CONCACAF 2013 Female Player of the Year.  And as a part of U. S. Soccer's celebration of its Centennial anniversary the Federation revealed the US Soccer's All-Time Women's National Team Best XI, she was youngest player selected at 24 years old.