Ianeta Le`i Athlete Profile

#66 Ianeta Le`i

Ianeta Le`i
Position: First Base Height: 5-7 Roster Years: 2003-2006 Hometown: Oahu, HI

Personal

Graduate of Iolani School...daughter of Jan and Dannel...younger brother Stephen...name is pronounced ya-net-uh Lay-ee...of Japanese, Portuguese and Samoan ancestry.

Before BYU

Two-year Team Captain...Three-time First-team Interscholastic League of Honolulu selection...Three-time First-team All-State...Second-team All-State...Position Player of the Year.

Summary

One of two power-hitters recruited from Hawai`i who is an anchor in the middle of the hitting lineup. A tough infielder with extremely quick feet and great footwork.

2003 | Freshman Year

Second-team West All-Region Selection...All-Mountain West Conference selection...voted Most Inspirational Player by coaches and teammates...named to the New Mexico State All-Tournament Team...started in all 53 games.

2004 | Sophomore Year

Appeared in 51 games while starting in 48...posted a .348 batting average, .617 slugging percentage and a .447 on base percentage...scored 32 runs and knocked in 34 RBI...tallied 49 hits with 11 doubles, three triples and seven homeruns...defensively notched a .969 fielding percentage...set a new BYU single-game record with seven RBI in a game against Utah on April 24...earned back-to-back All-MWC and second-team NFCA West All-Region honors...named MWC Player of the Year...earned MWC Player of the Week citation on April 27...voted team Co-Offensive Player of the Year...named Deseret Book/BYU Female Athlete of the Month in May...named honorable mention Easton All-America.

2005 | Junior Year

Recognized as a Second Team All-American by Softball Easton...First Team All-Mountain West Conference...named to the MWC All-Tournament Team...ranked 25th in the nation in RBI per game (.93)...led team with 53 RBI and 27 BB...was second on the team in homeruns (10)...had a .990 fielding percentage...homered twice against Oklahoma State and San Diego State...knocked in five runs against Oklahoma State.

2006 | Senior Year

Led the Cougars in nearly every offensive category...recorded a Mountain West Conference Triple Crown with a .541 batting average, 11 home runs and 38 RBI...Mountain West Conference Player of the Year...recorded MWC Player of the Week honors twice...hit six home runs and 18 RBI in one week...named to the NFCA/Louisville Slugger All-West Region First Team...named second team All-American by NFCA/Louisville Slugger...posted career bests in batting average, hits, doubles, homeruns, RBI, slugging percentage and on-base percentage...set single-season records in at bats (206), hits (85), doubles (15) and RBI (82)...set career records in at bats (659), hits (242), doubles (45) and RBI (209)...voted Team Most Valuable Player by players and coaches...first team Easton All-American.