Elliott Curtis is from Waterloo, Ontario, where he grew up playing for the Waterloo Tigers. In 2011, Elliott was named the ICBA Junior Player of the Year, prior to moving on to the Ontario Terriers Organization. Elliott would go on to receive a scholarship from NCAA Division 1 Middle Tennessee State University.
Following Elliott’s Freshman College season at NCAA Division 1 Middle Tennessee State University, Elliott transferred to Columbia State Community College in Columbia, Tennessee. Elliott would go on to be named an All-Conference Second Baseman for Division 1 Tennessee Junior Colleges. This performance earned him a spot at the SEC’s University of Kentucky.
At Kentucky, Elliott played 2B, 3B, 1B, and RF while mainly hitting in the 3 hole or leadoff spot in the lineup. In 2020, Elliott graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, and being named to the SEC Honor Roll.
Following his college career, Elliott would go on to play two seasons of professional baseball in the Frontier League, with Equipe Quebec in 2021, and Les Aigles de Trois Rivieres in 2022.
After his professional career came to an end, during the winter of 2022, Elliott spent 5 months in Perth, Australia, playing for the Melville Braves in the Western Australia State League, where he was also the head coach of the 15U Melville Braves.
Elliott is passionate about the growth and development of young players, drawing from his own experience in college and professional baseball to help those players be the best that they can be.