Tony Morris became the first Monarch to hit single season double-figure homeruns as he set the single season home run record at ODU in 1982 with 12. He earned first team ABCA All region honors in 1982 and first team All-ECAC conference honors the same season. Morris owned the schools longest hitting streak record at 23 games for 18 years.
He led the team in RBI's with 49 in 1981 and 53 in 1982. Morris also led the team in hitting with a .382 batting average in 1981. He completed his career with 22 career home runs. As a sophomore in 1980, Morris slammed two homeruns against future Cy Young award pitcher Frank Viola of then nationally ranked St. John's. He helped lead ODU to the 1981 ECAC South Finals and the1982 NCAA regionals, the schools first NCAADivision I tournament appearance. Morris still owns the school mark of six walks received in a game, against VMI in 1981.
Tony graduated from ODU in 1982 with a degree in education.