2010 Baseball
1 Luke Hellquist OF/C
2 Doug Peterson RHP/OF
3 Dan Bennett C
4 Lewis Baumann MIF
5 Josh Silvernagel MIF
6 Nate Ronning MIF
7 Ryan Van Someren RHP
8 Ryan Sander RHP/Util.
9 Ryan Anderson RHP
10 Riley Hirsch C/RHP
11 Brian Murphy RHP/1B
12 Colton Smith 3B/CF
13 Buddy Rice 1B
14 Kurt Peterson OF
15 Ethan Branum LHP
16 Jordan Williams OF
17 Nick Monson RHP
18 Brian Ahlers MIF
19 Phil Bray LHP
20 Jeff Schaper 1B
21 Joe Chism Util.
22 Logan Kalis RHP/OF
23 Ryan Gebur RHP
24 Nick Jelacie OF
26 Matt Ellinghuysen 3B/C
27 Dan Bauer MIF/RHP
28 Tyler Peterson OF
30 Billy Sather RHP
31 Nate Smolke C
32 Chad Hanson OF
36 Dylan Fuchs MIF
38 Bryan Jamieson RP
44 Ryan Guy OF
Full Roster
Nick Jelacie

#24 Nick Jelacie

HOMETOWN Brainerd, Minn. (Brainerd HS)

2010 (Junior) – Was the only player to play and start in all 53 games…Opened the season with a 4-for-4 performance at the plate, including two triples and two RBI…Hit a team high two homeruns and a batted in a team high of 5 runs against Southwest Minnesota April 14…Led the Beavers in at bats with 185, runs scored with 42, triples with three, homeruns with nine, RBI with 37, and total bases with 97…Finished the season with a .281 batting average and 24 extra base hits.

2009 (Sophomore) – Appeared in 50 games, starting 47…Went 3-for-3 with two RBI and a homerun in a game against Emporia State March 10…Finished the season with a .248 batting average with 3 homeruns, and 21 RBI…Tied for the team lead in runs scored with 27…Also was tied for the lead in homeruns with three.

2008 (Freshman) - Appeared in 30 games, starting 25…Made his collegiate debut against Minnesota Duluth, batted 0-for-2…Went 2-for-2 with four RBI and one homerun and two walks, in a game against Wayne State May 3… Finished the season with a .278 batting average and four homeruns with 18 RBI.

Personal: Nicholas Mathew Jelacie...Son of Tom and Deb Jelacie...Born Sep. 8, 1988...Majoring in Sport Management with a minor in Political Science...His Uncle, Tony Jelacie played hockey at the University of Minnesota