2012-13 Baseball
1 Mark Johnson OF
2 Chris Manning OF
3 Andy Burns IF/OF
4 Spencer Mahoney IF
5 Tanner Vavra IF
7 Bryce Hara OF
8 Karch Kowalczyk RHP/IF
9 Cole Webb RHP
10 Sean Kennedy LHP
11 Jeff Edwards IF
12 Ryan Kennedy RHP
15 Elliott Martin IF
16 Zack Walsh RHP/C
17 Ben Mahar RHP
18 John Loeffler IF
19 Bryce Yoder RHP
21 Ellis Foreman RHP
22 Billy Cribbs C
24 Jake Hanson C
25 Andrew Bain IF/OF
27 Grant Yoder IF
28 Connor Buxton RHP
29 Mike Jacobs LHP
30 Trevor Haas RHP
32 Kyle Wormington RHP
33 Michael Morman OF/IF
34 Andrew Bynum C/OF
36 Drew Hasler RHP
38 Chris DeBoo RHP
39 Scott Jerge RHP
41 Kyle Schneider OF/IF
42 Dalton Lundeen LHP
Full Roster
Ellis Foreman

#21 Ellis Foreman

HT. 6-2
WT. 180
YR. Fr.
HOMETOWN Round Rock, Texas

2015: Appeared six times including three starts in his sophomore campaign with Valpo...earned his first win of the season after firing 5 1/3 innings of one-run ball at Western Carolina (Mar. 2) where he struck out four and walked just two...scattered two singles in 1 2/3 scoreless frames against UIC (Mar. 13)...took a tough-luck loss against Purdue (Mar. 18) in a start in which he surrendered two runs on six hits in 6 2/3 innings while striking out three and walking only one in a 2-0 defeat...was rewarded with the W after he did not walk a batter during seven innings of two-run ball in the Crusaders' 7-2 win at Chicago State on March 25th. 

2014: Made 14 appearances including 11 starts in his first season with the Brown and Gold...finished 4-6 with a 4.88 ERA, striking out 41 batters while walking just 15 in 72 innings pitched...was dazzling in his first start on March 5th at Texas State, limiting the Bobcats to one earned run on four hits over seven innings...claimed his first collegiate victory on March 18th at Chicago State as he surrendered only one run on three hits in six innings of Valpo's 7-1 win...fired seven innings against Oakland (May 4), yielding three earned runs on eight hits while striking out four Golden Grizzlies opposite one walk to earn the win...had a career day at Wright State on April 11th, registering a six-hit shutout with 11 Ks...kept Valpo alive in the Horizon League Championship against UIC, spinning off eight shutout innings en route to his fourth win of the season...did not give up a home run in 72 innings on the hill...crafted a 3-0 record along with a 1.29 earned run average in the month of May.

2013: Received a medical redshirt in his freshman season.