2009-10: Played in all nine tournaments for the Hoyas ... Posted a 75.92 stroke average in 25 rounds, which was the second best on the squad ... 25 out of 26 of his rounds counted (96.15%), which was the best on the team ...Tied for 20th at the Georgetown Intercollegiate with an 8-over par 150 ... tied for 22nd at the Princeton Invitational (10-over par 223) ... Helped the Hoyas to the BIG EAST Championship victory with a personal-best 5th place finish (3-over par 216) ... Named to the BIG EAST All-Tournament team ... Carded a 13-over par 229 and finished in a tie for 54th place at the NCAA Championship.
2008-09: Played in four tournaments for the Hoyas ... Posted a top-50 finish at the Georgetown Intercollegiate with a 22-over 162 ...Tied for 31st at the Columbia University Invitational, posting a 32-over par 235 ... Posted a top-10 finish at the Patriot Intercollegiate, tying for 9th place.
2007-08: Played in five tournaments ... Posted a 77.23 stroke average in 13 rounds ... Finished with team's third-best percentage of rounds counted (85.0%) ...Tied for 41st at the Adams Cup (12-over par 156) ... Placed 43rd at the Georgetown Intercollegiate (19-over par 232) ... Tied for 59th place at the Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic (23-over par 233).
High School: Played four years on the varsity team at St. Francis de Sales ... Captained team as a junior and senior ... First team all-league from 2003-06 and first team all-district from 2004-06 ... Posted a 73.5 scoring average as a senior...Ohio State Junior Champion ... Has extensive national competition in the American Junior Golf Association ... Was named an AJGA All-District selection for Central Ohio from 2004-06 ... Also earned AJGA Nike All-Star honors in 2004 and was named to the All-Central Catholic League of Ohio First Team from 2004-06 ... Coached by John Longo.
Personal: Born on April 2, 1989 in Greensboro, N.C. ... The son of Brian and Maria Ellis ... Has a younger brother, Adam, and a younger sister, Brianna ... Lists his father as the most influential person in his athletic career.