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Sean Munson Wikipedia
Sean S. Munson (born April 27, 1982) is an American basketball player.
Munson signed with Lafayette College and played there for one year (2000–2001). In 2001, he transferred to Wagner College. Under coach Dereck Whittenburg, he was part of a team that won the NEC Regular Season and Tournament Championship. They advanced to the NCAA Tournament and played Pittsburgh in 2003.
In his three-year career at Wagner, he scored 801 points and grabbed 639 rebounds and was a starter during his Junior and Senior year. During his Senior year (under Coach Mike Deane), he led his team in rebounding and scoring, and was ranked 30th in the nation in rebounding. Munson led his team to the NEC Championship game in 2005.
Munson graduated from Wagner with a Double Major Degree in Mathematics and Computer Science with a Minor in Physics.
Munson was named to the NIT Tournament team in 2003 and 2004. In 2003, he traveled to the Bahamas to play the Bahamian National Team. In 2004, he traveled to China to play the Chinese National Team. In 2005 (his final collegiate season), he was recognized as an Academic All-American. He also received the New York Metropolitan Area Basketball Student Athlete Award, which was presented at Madison Square Garden. The Northeast Conference awarded him the NEC Basketball Scholar Athlete Award in 2005. His alma mater, Wagner College, named him their Student Athlete of the Year in 2005.
Munson has played professionally for three years. In 2005, he played in Luxembourg for Black Star Mersch. In 2006, he played in Israel for Afula. From 2007 to 2009 he played for Bnei Hasharon in Herzliya and Ra'anana. In 2009, he retired from basketball and went on to start the company Sean S Munson Insurance and Sean S Munson Realty located White Post, Virginia.