Van Horn hit .243 with 20 RBI through 64 games played in 2012. While primarily a catcher (35 games), Van Horn was also the team's utlity man. He played 21 games in the outfield, three at second base, two at third and even recorded .1 innings pitched.
2011 was Van Horn's rookie year in professional baseball. The College of Wooster product became the teams utility player and hit .243 through 54 games played.
In his senior year of college, Van Horn was named a Third-Team All-American by D3baseball.com. He led the College of Wooster with a .422 batting average and .548 on-base percentage.