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Emma Barnes

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Sacramento, Calif.

High School:
El Camino HS

Height:
5-5

Position:
OF

Experience:
3L

Bat/Throw:
L/L

Emma Barnes

12/21/2007

2007-08 Softball Mugs

2007-08 Softball Mugs

2009: Named second team all-WAC, becoming only the second player in LA Tech history to earn all-conference honors three separate years ... Named honorable mention all-state by the LSWA ... Started all 57 games in centerfield (started all 232 during her college career in CF) ... Batted .249 with 46 hits in 185 at bats ... Totaled two doubles and four home runs ... Scored 40 runs and drove in 16 ... Stole 7-of-8 bases ... Had had nine multi-hit games ... Her 40 runs scored ranked fourth best in Techster single season history ... Became the all-time hits leader in Tech softball history with a solo home run in the top of the third inning of a 9-1 win over New Mexico State May 1, surpassing the 20-year-old record of Chris Sherman (234) ... Ends her college career ranked in numerous LA Tech records, including No. 1 in hits (236), No. 1 in at bats (768), No. 2 in runs scored (152), No. 3 in total bases (303), No. 4 in triples (10), No. 5 in batting average (.307), No. 7 in stolen bases (60), and No. 10 in walks (58) ...

2008: Named Academic all-WAC ... Named honorable mention all-state by the LSWA ... Started all 66 games for Louisiana Tech in centerfield ... Batted .296 with 67 hits in 226 at bats ... Totaled seven doubles and three triples ... Scored 40 runs while driving in 11 ... Was successful on 19 of 20 stolen base attempts ... The 67 hits tied her total from 2007 and is third best in Techster single season history ... The 40 runs tied for third most in a single season ... Had a team-high 22 multi-hit games ... Her two-out single in the top of the 12th inning led Tech to a 1-0 win over Auburn in the NCAA Tournament Regional in College Station ... Recorded three-hit games against IUPUI (March 12), McNeese State (April 16), and UL-Monroe (April 29) ... Registered a career-high three RBI in win over IUPUI (March 12) ...

2007: Named Academic all-WAC ... Named first team all-Western Athletic Conference ... Named first team all-state by the LSWA ... Named to the Mardi Gras Classic all-Tournament team ... Started all 60 games at centerfield for the Lady Techsters ... Recorded a .347 batting average with 67 hits in 193 at bats ... The 67 hits ranks second for a single season at Louisiana Tech and the .347 batting average ranks tenth ... Also totaled 11 doubles and two home runs ... Scored a team-high 32 runs while driving in 16 ... Led the Western Athletic Conference with 22 steals in 24 attempts ... Recorded a .423 on-base percentage ... Her 84 total bases ranks seventh best in Tech single season history ... Led Louisiana Tech with 20 multi-hit games, including a pair of four-hit performances ... Had five multi-RBI games ... Had a season-best six game hit streak ... Her career .345 batting average ranks No. 1 in program history ...

2006: Earned first team all-Western Athletic Conference honors ... Named Tri-Freshman of the Year in the state by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association ... Named second team all-Louisiana by the LSWA ... Named Academic all-WAC ... Started all 49 games at centerfield for the Lady Techsters ... Recorded a .341 batting average, collecting a team-high 56 hits in 164 at bats ... Had nine doubles and seven triples ... Scored 40 runs while driving in 17 ... Totaled 79 bases ... Led the team with 12 steals in 13 attempts ... Tied for team lead with 15 multi-hit games, including a pair of four-hit performances ... Had a personal best seven game hitting streak ... Had career-high four hits against Jackson State Feb. 17 and UL-Monroe Feb. 28 ... Scored a career-high four runs in win over Jackson State ... Had a career-high three RBI in win over Grambling State April 19 ... Her 56 hits ranks ninth best in Tech history ... Her seven triples ranks second best in the program's history ... Her 40 runs scored ranks third best in Lady Techster history ...

High School: Lettered four years for coach Trina Salcido at El Camino Fundamental High School in California ... Helped lead the Eagles to Capital Athletic League (CAL) Champions in 2003 ... Helped lead the Eagles to the league championship in 2002 and 2003 ... Named Optimist All-Star (all region) in 2005 ... Named second team All-California in 2005 ... Name second team All-California Underclass in 2004 ... Named CAL MVP in 2004 ... Named team MVP in 2004 ... Served as team captain from 2003-05 ... Three time first team all-city from 2003-05 ... Three time first team all-league from 2003-2005...Three time Student Athlete of the Month 2003-05 ... Also lettered in basketball ...

Personal: Full name is Emma Michele Barnes ... Daughter of Rick and Michele Barnes ... Has one brother, Andrew and one sister, Mehgan ... Born Aug. 26, 1987, in Sacramento, Calif.