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2010 NFCA All-South Region First Team
2010 All-Louisiana Second Team
2009 All-LSWA Honorable Mention
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2010)
One of four Tigers to start all 61 games ... Became seventh infielder in program history to notch NFCA All-South Region First-Team honors ... Made 114 consecutive starts during her first two seasons ... Batted .240 (40-for-167) and posted eight home runs to go along with 39 RBIs to rank second on the team ... 25 of her 39 RBIs came during SEC play to tie for 10th ... Tigers won 19 of 21 games when Young picked up a RBI ... Part of LSU's sophomore class that combined for 26 of the squad's 38 long balls ... 19 of her 40 hits went for extra bases, including 11 doubles to rank second on the team ... Tallied nine multi-RBI efforts and 13 two-out RBIs to tie for third on the squad ... Hit-by-a-pitch 21 times to set a new program single season mark ... Second on the team with a .986 fielding percentage ... Recorded five double-digit putouts games en route to 349 putouts, which ranked sixth in the SEC ... Went 2-for-2 with three RBIs sparked by a two-run homer against No. 21 DePaul (Feb. 12) ... Knocked a RBI double to ignite LSU's five-run fourth inning against Oklahoma State (Feb. 20) ... Belted a pair of home runs to compile a career-best five RBIs against Southeastern Louisiana (Feb. 24) ... Committed two errors against Houston (Feb. 28) to break up a 36-game stretch without a miscue ... Drove home seven RBIs during the South Carolina series (March 13-14) fueled by a three-run homer in the series opener ...Turned in a 3-for-4 performance with three RBIs and two runs scored at Southeastern Louisiana (March 24) ... Reeled in three RBIs during game two against Mississippi State (April 10) ... Her solo home run to open the second inning put the Tigers on the board during the Kentucky finale (April 25) ... Ripped a three-run blast to pull LSU back to 6-5 in the opening game at No. 18 Tennessee (May 8) ... Went 2-for-4 in LSU's 9-1 semifinal win over No. 5 Florida at the SEC Tournament (May 14) ... Was 0-for-9 during the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional (May 21-22).
FRESHMAN SEASON (2009)
One of four Tigers to start all 53 games primarily at first base ... Batted .243 and ranked second on the team with eight home runs to go along with 36 RBIs ... 19 of her 36 RBIs came on her eight homers ... Teamed with fellow freshmen Ashley Langoni and Juliana Santos to provide 43.0 percent (92-of-214) of LSU’s RBIs ... Shared team lead producing 10 multi-RBI efforts ... Compiled a .351 batting average (34-for-97) when putting ball in play ... Second on the team with a .990 fielding percentage, including four games with double-digit putouts ... Ranked third in a single season getting hit-by-a-pitch 11 times ... Knocked a grand slam in her first career at-bat against UAB (Feb. 5) ... Sparked four-run, seventh inning comeback at Hawai`i (Feb. 7) with a leadoff double ... Capped 8-0 victory with a three-run homer against Texas State (Feb. 21) ... Notched six of her eight multi-hit games versus SEC opponents ... Started 5-1 comeback with a solo shot during fifth inning of series finale at Mississippi State (March 22) ... Strung together a season-best seven-game hitting streak (March 24-April 10) ... Opened streak with a 2-for-4 performance and three RBIs in game two at Ole Miss (March 24) ... Went 2-for-3 with a pair of RBIs and three runs scored in game one against Southeastern Louisiana (April 15) ... Started all four NCAA Tempe Regional games ... Was 1-for-3 with a RBI against Cal State Fullerton (May 15) ... Belted a first inning grand slam in 10-2 victory over No. 9 Arizona State (May 16).
Four-year letterwinner for Bobby Flores at Bloomington High School ... Team was 2007 Sunkist League Champions ... May hold California High School career home run record, her total from freshman season are unavailable ... Racked up three All-League and All-County honors along with two All-State citations ... Three-time MVP of Sunkist League from 2006-08 ... Selected 2008 San Bernardino Sun Player of the Year ... Named ASA Women’s All-American First Team as a freshman in 2005 ... Served as vice president of her class and member of Principal’s Honor Roll ... Played club softball with the California Lite.
Full name is Anissa Celene Young ... Daughter of Byron and Carla Young ... Has two brothers, Byron Jr. (20) and Jacob (15) and one sister, Sara (10) ... Anticipating to major in construction management ... Born on June 30, 1990 in West Covina, Calif.