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Emi Snow Willing Athlete Profile

#18 Emi Snow Willing

Emi Snow Willing
Positions: Outfielder, Catcher Height: 5-6 Roster Years: 2005-2008 Hometown: Mililani, HI

National Honors

  • 2007 Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-West Region Team

Conference Honors

  • 2007 All-MWC


  • Parents are Stan and Lani Snow
  • Married to BYU football player RJ Willing
  • Two-year letter winner in softball and one-year letter winner in track & field
  • Has two sisters and one brother, who is married to teammate Daniela
  • Graduate of Kamehameha

Before BYU

  • Named 2004 All-State First team outfield
  • 2004 ILH First Team outfield
  • 2003 All-State tournament team
  • 2003 ILH honorable mention
  • 2004 ILH runner-up in shotput at ILH Championships

2005 | Freshman Year

  • Played in 33 games, starting four
  • Posted a .333 batting average and scored 11 runs despite only having 24 at bats
  • Fielded 1.000 in limited playing time

2006 | Sophomore Year

  • Played in 58 games, starting 42
  • Was third on team with 37 RBI
  • Tied for third with seven home runs
  • Named team Most Inspirational Player by players and coaches
  • Posted a .504 slugging percentage
  • Batted .340 with three homers and 20 RBI in Mountain West Conference play
  • Named to the Provo Regional All-Tournament team

2007 | Junior Year

  • Recorded a season-high four hits and four RBI in four at-bats against Colorado State on April 19
  • Second on the team with 16 home runs after hitting a total of eight homers in her previous two season at BYU
  • Second on the team and in league-play with 49 RBI
  • Named to 2007 Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-West Region Team
  • Named to MWC All-Conference Team
  • Was named Mountain West Conference Player of the Week for the week of Feb. 20

2008 | Senior Year

  • Transitioned to catching after playing majority of her career in the outfield
  • Made strong contributions from the plate batting .291 with 32 RBI and 17 Doubles
  • Had a 10-game hit streak stretching from March 22-April 8, raising her batting average from .247 to .292
  • Had a season-high five RBI on April 16 against Utah Valley with two home runs including a grand slam