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
Mark Johnson

#1 Mark Johnson

POS. OF
B/T L/R
HT. 5-11
WT. 185
YR. So.
HOMETOWN Evanston, Ill.
HIGH SCHOOL (PREV. SCHOOL) Evanston Township

2013: Appeared in 40 games for the Crusaders as a sophomore...smacked a triple and had an RBI in a two-hit game versus Belmont (Feb. 17)...had a pair of 2-for-3 days at the plate versus Bucknell (Mar. 14) and Miami (Ohio) (Mar. 16) including a stolen base in each on the final leg of the spring trip through Florida...scored two runs, recorded an RBI double and stole a base versus UIC on May 23rd...ripped a double and laid down a sac bunt as part of a 1-for-2 day in the Horizon League Conference Tournament-clinching win over Wright State on May 26th...finished season with a .308 on-base percentage.

2012: Played in 19 games as a freshman making eight starts...went 2-for-4 in his Crusader debut in Fayetteville, Arkansas versus the 4th-ranked Razorbacks on Feb. 25th...knocked in his first career RBI the following day in a 10-9 extra-inning win at Baum Stadium, securing Valpo's first ever win over an SEC school...stayed in pinch-hitter role for better part of season until pushed into starting lineup during the Horizon League Conference Tournament...collected six RBI in a 4-for-9 weekend that earned him Most Valuable Player award for the tourney...caught the 27th out in HL championship game in 14-5 win over UIC that sent Crusaders to its first NCAA tournament in 44 years...finished season with .313 average.

Prep: A three-year letterwinner for the Wildkits ... received team’s Program Impact Award as a junior ... earned team Silver Slugger Award as a freshman ... also lettered in football and basketball.

Personal: Mark is the son of Karen Osher ... major is exercise science ... born April 8, 1993.