Guerin Catholic senior Zach Munson announced on Twitter Thursday night that he's committed to play basketball at The University of Chicago.
"The process was tiring and distracting, but it's nice to be wanted by schools that I found interesting," Munson said. "I heard from several schools ... and I was impressed with the (Chicago) coaching staff, and I got along well with the athletes and other students I met on campus."
Munson said he also chose The University of Chicago for a chance to play college ball in a national conference and because of the school's renowned business program. Munson plans to study economics.
Munson is in the midst of an all-around solid season for the Golden Eagles. In 13 games, the 6-foot-7 forward is averaging 14.1 points, 7.2 rebounds, 1,1 assists and 0.5 blocks per contest.
Guerin (8-5) is currently on a three-game winning streak and has won five of its last six games - and Munson has been a key piece to the Golden Eagles' run.
In Guerin's last game, a 68-47 victory over Fort Wayne Bishop Leurs on Saturday, Munson recorded a double-double, with 11 points and 10 boards. He dropped 16 points to go along with four rebounds the night before in a 69-47 win against Indianapolis Bishop Chatard.
Guerin currently sits at 2-1 in the Circle City Conference with an important game against rival Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory (7-5, 1-0) looming Jan. 26.
It's a game that Munson is circling.
"Now that my recruitment process is over, I can focus on winning a State Championship for Guerin," he said. "(Brebeuf) will certainly be one of the sectional favorites ... (they're) probably our biggest rival ... We definitely want to beat them this year."