Hit .122 in 28 games, starting 11, while scoring seven runs with six hits and an RBI in his senior season.
Walked four times and stole a pair of bases as well.
Hit .270 with 25 runs, 23 RBI and a .374 on-base percentage while totaling 189 at-bats in 54 games as the Tiger center fielder.
Was third on the team with 12 stolen bases, needing just 15 attempts as his 80-percent mark was second on the team.
Boasted a .973 fielding percentage as the every-day center fielder for the Tigers and he made one of the top defensive plays of the season, gunning down the would-be tying run in game two of the Texas A&M series for the final out as the Tigers escaped with a 4-3 win.
Had 13 multi-hit games on the season.
Reached base in a school-record 32 straight games midway through the season before going o-5 in the Saturday game at Texas Tech. The 32 straight games ties Champagne with former Tiger All-American Aaron Senne for the record.
Went 3-for-5 in the Tigers' series finale against Baylor, scoring two runs in the 12-7 loss.
Went 2-for-5 with three runs and two more driven in in the Tigers' 12-7 win over Central Arkansas in the opener of that two-game set.
Drove in a season-best five runs, going 3-for-4 with a double and two stolen bases in the Tigers' 21-5 win over North Dakota.
Was second on the team with his .294 average while his .398 OBP was a team-best.
Finished the season with 13 stolen bases on 19 attempts.
His 30 runs scored on the season were third-best on the team and his 27 RBI were ranked fourth among Tigers in 2011.
Walked 26 times and was hit by 12 pitches as he reached base in nearly 40-percent of his plate appearances.
Drove in a pair of runs and scored two more in the season-opening game at Cal-Poly (2/18).
Tallied a pair of hits with a run scored and two RBI against UIC (3/5).
His first three-hit game of the season came against Le Moyne (3/13) as he went 3-5 with a pair of runs scored and two RBI.
Went 3-6 with a run scored and two RBI just two games later against Central Michigan (3/19).
Against Kansas, he went 3-5 with a pair of runs scored (4/16), including the game-winner on a walk-off single by Blake Brown in the bottom of the ninth inning.
From May 7-13, he put together a streak of three games in which he went 5-14 with seven RBI and three runs scored, including a 1-3 effort with four RBI in the series opener against Texas Tech.
Compiled a season-long 10-game hit streak from April 27-May 14.
Spent the summer playing for the SLO Blues in the CCL.
Academic All-Big 12 First Team honoree.
Was 2-for-4 with an RBI against Washington in his first collegiate game.
Had a pair of hits against Florida Atlantic on Feb. 26.
Went 2-for-4 with an RBI in the first game of the series vs. North Dakota.
Had two hits, two RBI and two runs scored against Arkansas-Pine Bluff on March 23.
Recorded a hit and scored twice in the final game of the Baylor series.
Season was interrupted twice and eventually cut short due to injury.
Was selected the 2008-09 St. Charles Male Athlete of the Year by the St. Charles County Amateur Hall of Fame.
Named to the All-State first team by the Missouri High School Coaches Association in 2009.
Selected to the all-state second team in 2006 and earned all-state honorable mention in 2008.
Named the GAC North Conference Player of the Year as a senior and was a first team all-district selection in his freshman season.
Was a four-time first team all-conference selection for St. Charles (Mo.) West High School.
Holds the career school records for hits (139), stolen bases (83), runs (124) and walks (54) and holds season school records for hits (39), runs (42) and stolen bases (27).
Was also a three-year starter as a quarterback and defensive back and earned all-state honors in 2008.
Holds 10 football school records.
Also a four-year letterwinner in basketball at St. Charles West High.
Was his class Valedictorian, compiling a 4.0 grade-point average.
Held offices with the National Honor Society, Breakfast Club, Student Council and Circle of Friends Club.
Volunteered at the Boys and Girls Club and was awarded a Principal's Leadership Awards in 2009.
Born March 18, 1991, in St. Charles, Mo.
Son of Brannon and Stacy Champagne.
Is majoring in accounting at Missouri.
Father played in the Kansas City Royals organization.
Grandfather played in the Chicago Cubs system.
Sister, Courtney, is in medical school at Mizzou.
He also has two younger brothers, Chip and Trent.