Daniela Urincho Snow Athlete Profile

#22 Daniela Urincho Snow

Daniela Urincho Snow
Positions: Pitcher, First Base Height: 5-9 Roster Years: 2005-2008 Hometown: Corona, CA

Personal

Parents are Victor and Irma Urincho...four-year letter winner in high school...married to Ryan Snow.

Before BYU

Named two-time Mountain View tournament team...Foothill All-Tournament team...League MVP...All-American...Press Enterprise Player of the Year...Female Athlete of the Year...Athlete of the Year...three-time first team All-League/All-County....two-time Daily Bulletin Player of the Year...two-time first team All-CIF...CIF MVP...two-time first team All-State.

Stats

YEAR   AVG   AB   R   H  2B  3B   HR  RBI    TB   SLG%   BB   OB%
2005  .243  148   26  36 5    1    8   34   67   .453     4  .266
2006  .303   33    2  10 2    0    0    5   12   .364     3  .361
2007  .310  187   43  58 9    0   10   36   97   .519    11  .353
2008  .408  196   42  80 21   0   17   66   152  .776    16  .459
YEAR  ERA  W-L  APP GS CG  IP     H   R  ER  BB  SO  2B  3B  HR  AB   B/Avg
2005  1.89 16-3 24  16 8   125.2  116 45 34  45  81  13  2   3   482  .241
2006  2.78 10-7 27  22 12  128.1  124 85 51  73  79  19  4   5   497  .249
2007  2.61  6-2 15   4  1   53.2   49 24 20  28  29   3  1   5   202  .243
2008 63.00  0-0 1    0  0    0.1    1  3  3   1   0   0  0   0   2    .500


2005 | Freshman Year

Led pitchers in winning percentage (.842) going 16-3 on the mound...smacked eight home runs and knocked in 34 runs as a hitter...named Mountain West Conference tournament MVP...honored on both MWC All-Tournament and All-Conference teams.

2006 | Sophomore Year

Contributed from the plate, pitchers circle and field...batted .303 with a pair of doubles and five RBI...batted .400 with a double and three RBI in five Mountain West Conference games...as a pitcher, gave up the fewest home runs on the team...pitched a complete game shutout in BYU's 8-0 win over No. 14 Texas A&M.

2007 | Junior Year

Recorded a season-high two home runs and four RBI against Utah Valley State on Feb. 10...hit her first career grand slam against Utah Valley State on May 8, 2007...went 6-2 from the pitcher's circle ... struck out 29 in 53.2 innings of play...posted a team best .984 fielding percentage, while starting in every game.

2008 | Senior Year

Led the team in almost every offensive category during her senior campaign, breaking several BYU records...Led the team with a .408 batting average, 80 hits, 21 doubles, 66 RBI, .776 slugging percentage, .995 fielding percentage, and was second on the team with 17 home runs...For the outstanding offensive performance was named All-MWC and Louisville Slugger First-Team All-West Region...Had 13 multiple RBI games...Broke single-game RBI record against Utah Valley when she brought in eight runners going a perfect 4-for-4 with three home runs, also a new single-game record.