Ellen Roberts

Ellen Roberts


Name: Ellen Roberts

Position: Pitcher

B/T: R/R

Ht: 5’9″

Birthday: 04/08/1992

PROFESSIONAL BIO: Ellen has been playing professionally for the last 7 years, this is her first year on USSSA Pride!

  • 2015-2016 Italian Professional League
  • 2016-2018 New Zealand League
  • 2017 Netherlands Gold League
  • 2017 Chicago Bandits NPF
  • 2018-2019 Aussie Team NPF
  • 2018-present Ogaki Minamo Japan Professional League


  • 2015 Player of the Final Australian National Championship
  • Best pitcher Italian League tournament 2015 x2
  • Best pitcher New Zealand Tournament x2 2017/2018
  • 2017 The Netherlands MVP of the finals series golden league
  • 2019 Japanese 2nd League best pitcher
  • Australian National Best pitcher Award 2019
  • Australian Olympic Team Tokyo 2020

COLLEGE: University of Memphis


  • Setting and breaking 25 school records, including Strike outs and game wins
  • Conference USA Pitcher of the Week-x4 (2012,2013,2014)
  • Tennessee Sports Writer Pitcher of the Week Award- 3 times (2013,2014)
  • USA Coaches select 3rd team 2014


Ellen Sara Roberts, born 8th April, 1992. Parents Marianne and Les Roberts. Studied Bachelor of Science in Health and Education.

What is your FAVORITE softball memory?

I have a lot of good memories, but one of the recent is playing softball at the Olympic Games. Coming in to pitch the last out in the 7th inning with two runners in and 1 run ahead vs Italy, to get a strikeout and secure Australia’s only win at the games.

You have to form a superhero ‘A’ team. Half of your team is you, and the other half is an animal. You both have super powers. Describe your sidekick, each of your superpowers and why that’s what you picked.

My super power is being able to make things invisible, I would use this to make the ball invisible to the batter, and once it’s passed them, make it visible for the umpire to call it a strike every pitch. My side kick animal is a Tiger because of a tigers fighting spirit and mongrel. Tigers super power is speed, with any contact they would be safe on base and be able to steal home. One power for offense, and one for defense.