Years at BYU
Delaney Willard is in her first year as a graduate assistant for the BYU softball team. Willard, who played for BYU softball from 2009-2012, earned All-America, WAC Player of the Year and All-WAC accolades last season for the Cougars. She also helped lead BYU to four-straight conference championships and had one of the best hitting seasons in BYU history her senior year, finishing in the program's single season top-10 in RBI per game (1st, 1.54), RBI (2nd, 88), doubles (2nd, 17), grand slams (3rd, 2), total bases (4th, 146), slugging percentage (5th, .859), on base percentage (5th, .505), batting average (6th, .418), home runs (7th, 18) and hits (9th, 71). She also finished her career in the top-10 in 7 BYU career records, including grand slams (2nd, 4), RBI (6th, 171), slugging percentage (6th, .613), home runs (9th, 35), on base percentage (10th, .419), doubles (10th, 35) and walks (10th, 81).
Originally from Camarillo, Calif., Willard is a history major with a communications minor.