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Elliott Curtis

Owen Mitchell

Baseball Instructor

My baseball journey began at 14 years of age when I started playing with the Kitchener Panthers. I played 4 seasons with the Panthers, winning two inter county championships. I then moved on to play four more seasons in the Canadian Premier Baseball League. During these years, I began to focus solely on pitching.

Throughout my high school career I had the opportunity to work with Dr. Robb where I learned how important flexibility and movement is for pitching and staying healthy as an athlete. After high school, I continued my baseball career in Garden City, Kansas. I am currently a sophomore right handed pitcher at Garden City Community College (NJCAA D1). Due to Covid I was unable to be in Kansas this year, but I am looking forward to continuing to pitch at the collegiate level in the future. I have also signed to play in the Western Canadian Baseball League in the summer of 2021 where I will pitch for the Sylvan Lake Gulls.

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zach hatt

Baseball Instructor

Adam robertson

Baseball Instructor

I am a 4th-year Honours Kinesiology student at Wilfrid Laurier University. I am apart of the Men’s Varsity Baseball team at Laurier, where we have won back to back championships. I am a Left-Handed Pitcher on the team and was used as a starter and high leverage reliever in the last two seasons. I graduated from the Kitchener Jr. Panthers program last year and am a member of the IBL Kitchener Panthers. Prior to that, I grew up in the Waterloo Tigers organization where I played all positions. I am in the process of applying to 5 teacher’s colleges for the next school year. I l love working with young individuals and helping develop athletes to reach their highest potentials. I am excited to continue to do so here at Bluechip Sports.

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elliott curtis

Baseball Instructor

Elliott Curtis grew up playing in the Waterloo Minor Baseball Association.  After being named ICBA Junior Player of the Year in 2011, he would finish up his time in Ontario with the Ontario Terriers (2012-2016).  Elliott would go on to earn a scholarship to Middle Tennessee State University (NCAA D1), and would then transfer after one year to Columbia State Community College (NJCAA D1).  During his lone season at Columbia State, Elliott would go on to hit .379 with 11 Homeruns, 64 RBIs, and 24 stolen bases on 25 attempts, resulting in being named All Conference Second Baseman.  He would then be recruited to play for the University of Kentucky Wildcats, becoming the first player from Kitchener-Waterloo and first Ontario Terrier to play at the highest level of Division 1 baseball, The Southeastern Conference (SEC).  Elliott would go on to hit over .300 in SEC play serving as mostly the 3-hole and leadoff hitter for the Wildcats.  Having made summer league stops in Michigan, Alaska, and Maine as well, Elliott has a wide array of experiences that he is eager to pass on to young players.  Elliott graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology in Spring 2020 and has recently signed his first professional contract with the Ottawa Titans of the Frontier League, an MLB Partner League.  Once his playing career is finished, Elliott aspires to earn a Master’s degree in Sport Leadership on the way to his goal of becoming an NCAA Head Coach. 

zack dredge

Baseball Instructor

I am a 4th-year Honours Kinesiology student at Wilfrid Laurier University. I am apart of the Men’s Varsity Baseball team at Laurier, where we have won back to back championships. I am a Left-Handed Pitcher on the team and was used as a starter and high leverage reliever in the last two seasons. I graduated from the Kitchener Jr. Panthers program last year and am a member of the IBL Kitchener Panthers. Prior to that, I grew up in the Waterloo Tigers organization where I played all positions. I am in the process of applying to 5 teacher’s colleges for the next school year. I l love working with young individuals and helping develop athletes to reach their highest potentials. I am excited to continue to do so here at Bluechip Sports.

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