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      Davis Morgan
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Overland Park, Kansas

High School:
Blue Valley Northwest HS

Last College:
Johnson County CC

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 225

Position:
1B

B/T:
R/R

BATTING
Season GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI OBP SLG OPS Avg.
2011 40-32 108 18 30 4 -- 1 16 .361 .343 .704 .278
2012 24-22 75 5 25 3 -- 1 13 .388 .413 .801 .333
Total 64-54 183 23 55 7 -- 2 29 .372 .372 .744 .301

MISC. BATTING/FIELDING TOTALS
Season GP-GS TB BB HBP SO GIDP SF SH SB-Att PO Asst E Fld %
2011 40-32 37 10 4 21 2 -- 3 1-1 192 10 3 .985
2012 24-22 31 2 6 6 -- 2 -- 2-5 167 10 3 .983
Total 64-54 68 12 10 27 2 2 3 3-6 359 20 6 .984
2011 - JUNIOR
• Played in 40 games in his first season at Tennessee, making 32 starts and hitting .278 with one home run and 16 RBIs.
• Made his first UT start and recorded his first hit as a Vol, a double, against Canisius on Feb. 25.
• His first of seven multi-hit contests came against Morehead State (3/6) as he drove in a pair of runs and scored two more in a 10-8 UT win.
• Also had a pair of hits at Lipscomb (3/23), vs. Mississippi State (5/8), vs. MTSU (5/10) and in three consecutive games vs. Belmont (5/17) and Auburn (5/19 and 5/20).
• Longest hit streak of the season was nine games from Feb. 25-March 13, good for the third-longest streak by any UT player in 2011.
• Lone home run came off of Georgia ace Michael Palazzone on April 23.
• Spent his summer playing for the Anchorage Bucs in the Alaska Baseball League, where he hit a pair of home runs in 46 games.

JUNIOR COLLEGE
• Played at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, Kansas, for two years where he was coached by Kent Shelley.
• Attended Missouri Western State University during the fall of 2008.
• Helped lead the Cavaliers to a 43-14 record in 2009 as well as a 44-14 mark and a conference title in 2010.
• Hit .387 with seven home runs and 58 RBIs in his freshman season.
• Followed that up by hitting at a staggering .442 clip with 22 home runs and 92 RBIs as a sophomore, en route to earning Jayhawk Conference MVP, JCCC Male Athlete of the Year and NJCAA Honorable Mention All-American honors.

HIGH SCHOOL
• Graduated from Blue Valley Northwest High School, where he was coached by Corby Lange.
• Was a two-sport star, earning two letters in football and three in baseball.
• Named second-team Kansas 6A All-State in baseball as a senior.
• Was a three-time All-Eastern Kansas League selection.
• Earned first-team All-EKL accolades as a senior, and honorable mention his sophomore and junior years.
• Also selected second-team All-Sun Country as a junior and first-team All-Johnson County his senior season.
• Hit at a .450 clip with 30 hits and 10 doubles as a senior.
• Named to the All-EKL first-team defensive team as a defensive end and the second-team offensive team at tight end his senior year.
• Also garnered All-Johnson County honors in football and was an EKL scholar athlete.

PERSONAL
• Full name is Davis Andrew Morgan
• Born June 25, 1990, in Wichita, Kansas
• Son of Mark and Pam Morgan
• Has two sisters, Andrea and Maddie
• Lists his father as his biggest sports influence
• Academic major: Communication studies.
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