|High School:||St. Agnes|
|Fossand's Career Statistics|
After a rough first outing, posted a 3.95 ERA over his last seven appearances spanning 13.2 innings ... stranded a pair of runners by throwing just one pitch to get the final out of the eighth in a 4-0 loss to USF ... tossed a pair of no-hit, no-run innings in relief against UMass Lowelll ... next outing handcuffed Yale for three innings without allowing a hit or run ... last outing was first career start in a 5-3 win over Siena ... twirled career-high 3.2 innings while yielding just one run without a walk.
Appeared as a reliever in three games as a rookie after overcoming an injury ... earned the victory in his first collegiate outing, tossing two scoreless stanzas against UMass Lowell before tiring in his third inning of work in a 6-5 triumph ... fanned three in his 2.1 innings on the mound in that game ... entered the third and final game of the Ivy League Championship Series in the seventh inning with Dartmouth trailing by four and held host Columbia scoreless for the frame, striking out two in the process.
Joined varsity team at St. Agnes in the eighth grade and lettered five times for coach Mike Streitz ... played football for a year and basketball as a sophomore and junior ... helped his team to a 23-12 record and a state championship as a sophomore before winning a section championship the following year ... three-time all-conference pitcher and twice named all-metro ... also made all-state tournament team during the run to the state title ... participated in Service Club.
Full name is John Bernard Fossand ... son of Clark and Maggie has one brother and one sister ... born April 23, 1996 in St. Paul, Minnesota ... father played football at St. Cloud State in the early ’80s ... also has an uncle, Mike Dahlstrom, that was a two-sport athlete (football/basketball) at St. Thomas University in the early 2000s ... contemplating a major in English and/or philosophy with an eye on a career in law ... enjoys hunting, fishing and the outdoors in general.