Hit .243 in 70 at-bats with five doubles and nine RBI while scoring 10 more runs.
Walked nine times on the season as well while playing in 30 games, starting 20.
Tallied a two-hit game in the second game of the South Carolina doubleheader (3/16).
Went 1-for-3 with two RBI and a run against Truman State (3/13).
Also drove in two runs while going 1-for-5 in the Sunday game against LSU (3/31).
Hit .182 in 11 at-bats but scored five runs and drove in three more as he was very productive in limited time.
Had a stolen base on the season and was perfect in the field.
Member of the 2011 MSHSAA State Championships Francis Howell Vikings and was one of the team's top offensive players.
Hit .404 on the season with seven home runs and 48 RBI and 46 runs scored as the team's three-hole hitter.
Finished his high school career as a .394 hitter with nine home runs and 102 RBI.
First team All-Conference, All-District and All-State in 2010 and repeated those accolades again in 2011.
Led Francis Howell to a 2011 State Championship while picking up district and conference championships along the way.
Played for head coach Tony Perkins while at Francis Howell and tallied the team's biggest hit of the season as he tallied a game-tying single in the state semifinal game against Vianney, sending the game to extra innings where the Vikings eventually won, 14-13.
Son of Jeff and Julie Ivory and was born on May 4, 1993, in Houston, Texas.
Undecided on his intended major while at Mizzou.
Played with current Mizzou freshmen Brett Graves and Case Munson during his time at Francis Howell.