2011 (Jr.): Started in 46 games, including two starts on the mound… in 197 at-bats with 38 runs-batted-in… 12 doubles, five triples and three homeruns… finished the season with .325 batting average… pitched a total of seven innings… led the team in multiple hit games with 24… led the team with 11 multiple RBI games
Played in 47 games to earn his second letter ... Made 44 starts as the Cardinals' starting center fielder ... Posted a .250 batting average on the year with 43 hits in 172 at-bats ... Drove in 17 runs while scoring 30 on the year ... Recorded seven home runs, 11 doubles and two triples to tally a .459 slugging percentage ... Finished third on the team with 13 stolen bases in 15 attempts ... Led the outfield with seven assists ... Notched 13 multiple hit games and five multiple-RBI contests ... Posted a season-high three hits on three different occasions - Buffalo (April 18), Eastern Michigan (April 30) and Toledo (May 20) ... Drove in a season-high three runs at Toledo ... Finished the regular season on a six-game hitting streak ... Also made seven appearances on the mound, including one start ... Posted an 0-2 record with a 6.59 ERA in 13.2 innings of work ... Struck out 11 batters on the year.
Saw action in 36 games, including 29 starts as a true freshman to earn his first letter ... Played in all three outfield positions as well as designated hitter ... Posted a .273 batting average with 30 hits ... Tallied six doubles, four triples and two home runs ... His four triples were tied for second on the team ... Notched seven stolen bases in eight attempts ... Recorded six multiple-hit games and two multiple-RBI contests ... Posted a 10-game hitting streak during the year and ended the season on a six-game hitting streak ... Tallied a career-high three hits against Eastern Michigan (May 3) and Western Michigan (April 25) ... Drove in a career-high two runs against Purdue (April 7) and Toledo (May 15).
Four-year letterwinner at Beechwood High School for coach Bob Myerhoff ... Hit .409 with four home runs and 21 stolen bases as a junior ... Earned All-Star honors from the Northern Kentucky Baseball Coaches, the Cincinnati Enquirer and the Cincinnati Post ... Guided his team to a state runner-up finish in 2006 ... Earned Most Valuable Player honors at the semi-state level ... Played summer baseball for the Kentucky Colonels for coach Walt Terrell ... Also played quarterback and defensive back for Beechwood for coach Noel Rash ... Earned First Team All-Conference honors at both positions ... Guided his team to a 13-2 record as a senior ... Earned First Team All-State at defensive back ... Helped his team win the 2007 state championship.
Majoring in sport management ... Born April 26, 1990 ... Son of Chris and Joy Elliott ... Has one brother, Travis ... Full name is Cody James Elliott.