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    Emily O'Donnell
    7 Emily O'Donnell
    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Niskayuna, N.Y.

    High School:
    Niskayuna

    Position:
    3B/SS

    B/T:
    R/R

    2014 (Junior Season): One of three Huskies to start all 51 games of the season... tied for second on the team with a .288 batting average... tied for first on the squad with 45 hits in 156 at bats while her 19 runs ranked second-highest on the squad ... finished the year with 13 RBIs and a team-high 57 total bases, drawing 15 walks on the season... O'Donnell belted a pair of home runs on the season and added four doubles... a solid force at third base, finishing with 63 putouts, 93 assists and a .923 fielding percentage on the season.

    2013 (Sophomore Season): Started in all 53 games for the Huskies... Tied for fourth on the team with a .284 batting average... blasted three home runs and nine doubles to help her .391 slugging percentage... Held a .365 on-base percentage... recorded 66 total bases which was third on the Husky squad... Was eighth in the BIG EAST with 104 assists and was tied for fourth on the Connecticut team with 76 put-outs.

    2012 (Freshman Season): Started in all 48 games... Ranked fourth on the team with a .294 batting average... Recorded 153 at bats and 45 hits and 16 walks... Tallied 11 doubles, one triple and nine home runs... Ranked second on the team in runs batted in with 29 and led the team with 39 runs scored... Registered a .556 slugging percentage and a .359 on base percentage... Hit safely in seven consecutive games from March 23-31... Went two for three with two homeruns and four runs batted in against CSU Bakersfield (March 13).

    Before UConn: Five-time letter winner and captained the team her senior year...Elected to the Suburban Council All-Star Team five times...Member of the All-Area All-Star Team four times...Earned team MVP her senior year and was a member of the state team...Also played basketball earning three letters.

    Personal: ...born on April 8, 1993