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#17 Emily Albus
Position: Outfield
Bats: L
Throws: R
Height: 5'10"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Brenham, Texas
High School: Brenham
Experience: 2 Letters
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Albus Photos
  • 2012 All-Big 12 second team
  • 2012 NFCA/Louisville Slugger All-Central Region second team

2013 (JUNIOR): Recipient of the Hammer Strength All American Athlete Award, given by the Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa)  ...   Started all but one game in her junior campaign, posting a .333 average (60-for-180) with 39 runs and 10 RBI  ... Slugged six doubles, three triples and one home run ... Stole a team-high 17 bases in 21 attempts ... Also led the team in hits, triples and sacrifice hits ... 18 multi-hit and 10 multi-run games, including three games with three hits ... Hit .708 while bunting with 17 hits and six sacrifices on 24 attempts ... Went 3-for-4 with two doubles and three RBI against Pittsburgh (Feb. 16) ... Seven game hit streak from March 17 to March 30 ... In the double-header against Lamar (April 9), went 4-for-7 scoring two runs, driving in four on a triple and a homer.

2012 (SOPHOMORE): Led the Aggies with a .386 average on the season, starting in 54 of 56 games played ... Recorded 68 hits on the season, just one of them and extra-base hit ... Used her speed to collect a team-best 32 bunt singles on the season and amassed 11 sacrifice bunts ... Took five walks and had six RBI and two hit by pitches on the year while scoring 30 runs ... Was 15-for-19 on the base paths ... Spent most of the season in left field ... Her accurate arm recorded nine outfield assists and turned three double plays ... Was named to the All-Big 12 second team and the NFCA/Louisville Slugger All-Central Region second team, both for the first time in her career ... Had a season-high five at bats four times, including twice in conference ... Recorded three hits seven times on the season ... Stole a season-high two bases at Boise State (May 11) ... Turned a career-best two double plays at Texas (April 29).

2011 (FRESHMAN): Played in 36 games for the Aggies ... Earned 17 starts in the outfield and three as the designated player ... Led the team in stolen bases with a perfect 13 in 13 attempts ... Collected 15 hits on the season for one RBI while scoring 19 runs ... Recorded a season and career-high two hits against Ohio State (Feb. 25) ... Scored season and career-high two runs at Stephen F. Austin (Feb. 16) and again vs. Wichita State (Feb. 18 and Feb. 19) ... Had 13 sacrifice bunts on the season in as many attempts, including two vs. Texas State (Feb. 22) and Houston (April 20).

PREVIOUS ATHLETIC BACKGROUND: Three-time NFCA All-American ... Won the NFCA/Adidas Golden Shoe Award in 2009 for 70 stolen bases in 73 attempts ... Two-time all-state award winner and three-time All-Brazos Valley first team member ... First-team all-district selection as a freshman at Brenham High School ... District 18-4A MVP as a sophomore and junior ... Also competed in track and volleyball ... Named Most Valuable Blocker by the district as a junior.

PERSONAL : Emily Kathryn Albus was born April 2, 1992 ... Daughter of Tom and Marta Albus of Brenham, Texas ... Has six siblings, Bradley Miceli (31), Kristan Gallegos (31), and Brandon (29), Jessica (24), Kayla (22)and Cassidy (17)Albus ... Sister Kayla played softball at Galveston Junior College ... Chose Texas A&M "because of the traditions and the atmosphere, and, of course, Aggie Softball." ... Member of the National Honor Society who was on the distinguished honor roll for all four years of high school ... A general studies major who plans to teach math after graduation.

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