Skyhawk Baseball | Brent Morris - 12

PositionOF
YearSenior
MajorHealth and Human Performance
HometownLebanon, Tenn.
Height/Weight6-1 - 200 lbs.

2013: Enjoyed a solid comeback season, hitting .287 in 108 at-bats while starting in 30 of his 32 games…Posted a .342 on-base percentage to go along with a .380 slugging percentage…Accounted for six doubles and a team-best two triples while scoring 15 runs and driving in six more…Tallied eight multi-hit games, including a pair of three-hit games in the span of a week (March 19 against Memphis, March 23 against Tennessee Tech)…Also had a pair of multi-RBI performances, accomplishing the feat at Murray State on March 16 and against Tennessee Tech on March 23…Hit .329 against right-handed pitchers (24-for-73) and hit .333 (14-for-42) with runners on base.

BEFORE UTM: Former Skyhawk outfielder redshirted and played one season at Volunteer State Community College in Gallatin, Tenn. under head coach Mike Crossland…Last season, the Pioneers finished with a 19-17 overall record and a 5-10 mark in the Tennessee Community College Athletic Association…Morris played and started in 30 games, posting a .355 batting average in 107 at-bats…Led VSCC with 29 RBI and 61 total bases, scoring 21 runs to go along with a .570 slugging percentage and .415 on-base percentage…Tallied 12 doubles, one triple, three home runs and two stolen bases while striking out only nine times and posting a 1.000 fielding percentage…Redshirted in 2011, when the Pioneers went 19-11 with a 9-6 TJCCAA mark...Graduated from Lebanon High School, where he played baseball all four years for head coach Tracy Slone...Played basketball one year for head coach Doug Kiel...Three-time defensive player of the year (2006-08)...Led the team in stolen bases as a sophomore...Led team in RBI as a junior...Batted .350 as a junior against district teams...Hit a three-run home run in the District 7-AAA Tournament. 

2010: Was a standout performer, earning OVC All-Freshman accolades while starting in 46 of his 48 games, mostly in left field…Hit .339 in 171 at-bats, scoring 30 runs to go along with 25 RBI on a team that won its most games (24) since 1992…Slugged .462 and reached base at a .405 clip, tallying 12 doubles and three homers while going a perfect 10-for-10 in the stolen base department…Laced 17 multi-hit games, including seven 3-hit games…Stroked three doubles on Feb. 21 against IPFW and scored a career-high three runs during another three-hit performance on March 20 against Cleveland State…Also crossed the plate three times against SIU Edwardsville on April 10, where he went 3-for-3 with a pair of walks…Had back-to-back three-hit games twice (April 6 against Arkansas State, April 10 against SIU Edwardsville and May 16 against Tennessee Tech, May 18 against Belmont)…Had five multi-RBI outings and batted an even .500 (12-for-24) during a seven-game hitting streak from March 27 through April 10…Homered in back-to-back games (against Lipscomb on April 21, against Eastern Kentucky on April 24).

PERSONAL: Born on Oct. 25, 1990…Son of Billy and Elaine Morris…Has one younger sibling, Madeline…Majoring in health and human performance.



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