In his first season as an everyday player, he hit .240 in 129 at-bats with 21 runs and six RBI while drawing 15 walks and 11 HBPs.
Tallied five doubles and hit his first career homer in the Saturday game against Vanderbilt, doing so against one of the best pitchers in the nation, Tyler Beede, launching it off the scoreboard in left.
Went 2-for-3 with two runs, an RBI and a double in the series opener against San Francisco (3/8)
Had nine multi-hit games on the season, all with two hits which was his season-best.
Had just one error as the Tigers' everday left fielder.
Hit .247 with two doubles and a homer in SEC play while driving in five of his six runs.
Hit .182 in 12 games, totaling 22 total at-bats, while scoring a run and driving in three more.
Tallied a walk-off sacrifice fly in an 11-inning, 7-6 win over Texas On May 6 at Taylor Stadium, driving the ball nearly to the track in center field, good for the first game-winning at-bat of his career.
Hit .447 and had 46 hits in his senior year at Francis Howell High School.
Had 12 home runs along with 59 RBI in 2011.
Was named 2010/2011 First Team All-State and 2011 First Team All-American Rawlings.
Team had a 32-3 record, becoming the State Champions during his senior year.
Team also was champions at the 2011 Troy Tournament and the 2011 Midwest Classic.
In 2011, he received the Golden Helmet Award.
Had a 3.0 all 4 years.
Born April 22, 1993
Son of Kurt and Kristen Munson.
Majoring in business at Mizzou.
Dad, Kurt Munson, played football at Oregon State.
Enjoys snowboarding and surfing.