|City/State:||Chula Vista, Calif.|
|High School:||Bonita Vista HS|
2007 NFCA Second-Team All-South Region
2007 First-Team All-Louisiana
2007 NCAA Palo Alto Regional All-Tournament Team
2007 NFCA National Player of the Week (May 2)
2007 USA Softball National Player of the Week (May 1)
2007 SEC Pitcher of the Week (April 2, April 23)
2007 LSWA Louisiana Pitcher of the Week (April 24, May 1)
2007 Husky Softball Classic All-Tournament Team
2007 Purple & Gold Challenge All-Tournament Team
2007 Tiger Classic All-Tournament Team
2007 Drafted by the Philadelphia Force (Fourth Round)
2007 USA Softball National Player of the Year Watch List
2006 NFCA Third-Team All-American
2006 Easton Second-Team All-American
2006 Louisiana Pitcher of the Year
2006 NFCA Second-Team All-South Region
2006 First-Team All-Louisiana
2006 First-Team All-SEC
2006 SEC All-Tournament Team
2006 USA Softball National Player of the Week (April 18)
2006 SEC Pitcher of the Week (April 17)
2006 LSWA Louisiana Pitcher of the Week (March 20, March 27, April 3, April 10, April 17)
2006 Purple & Gold Challenge All-Tournament Team
2006 Tiger Classic All-Tournament Team
2006 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2005 Second-Team All-SEC
2005 Second-Team All-Louisiana
2005 SEC Pitcher of the Week (April 18)
2005 Louisiana Pitcher of the Week (March 9, April 19, May 10)
2005 Tiger Classic All-Tournament Team
2005 Purple & Gold Challenge All-Tournament Team
2004 SEC All-Freshman Team
2004 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll
SENIOR SEASON (2007)
Made 30 appearances, going 21-7 ... Earned NFCA second-team All-South Region honors ... Named to the All-Louisiana first team ... Member of the NCAA Palo Alto Regional All-Tournament team ... Named USA Softball National Player of the Week and NFCA National Player of the Week on May 1-2 after going 2-0 with two wins over No. 1 Tennessee ... Was a two-time SEC and Louisiana Pitcher of the Week selection ... Member of the Tiger Classic, Purple & Gold Challenge and Husky Softball Challenge All-Tournament teams ... Ranked 13th in the NCAA in earned run average as part of an LSU staff that ranked second in the nation in team earned run average ... Also ranked 46th in the nation in wins and 75th in strikeouts per game ... Ranked in the top 10 in the SEC in wins, earned run average, opponents’ batting average, innings pitched, strikeouts, strikeouts looking, appearances, games started, runs allowed, earned runs allowed, doubles allowed, triples allowed and home runs allowed ... Recorded her first career no-hitter with a complete-game no-no against Arkansas ... Threw seven complete-game shutouts... Recorded eight wins over nationally ranked teams, including a pair of wins over No. 1 Tennessee and No. 2 Alabama ... Became the first pitcher in over a year to shut out Alabama, and the first SEC pitcher in almost three years to shut out the Crimson Tide ... Recorded four double-figure strikeout performances on the season ... Allowed more than three runs in just two of her 30 appearances ... Tied her career-best with 14 strikeouts against Troy ... Ranks second in career appearances, game started and shutouts and third in career wins, complete games and strikeouts in wins in LSU career history.
JUNIOR SEASON (2006)
Made 39 appearances, going 28-9 ... Earned third-team NFCA and second-team Easton All-American honors ... Was named the Louisiana Pitcher of the Year ... Named to the SEC and All-Louisiana first teams ... Earned NFCA second-team All-South Region honors ... Member of the SEC All-Tournament team ... Named USA Softball National Player of the Week and the SEC Pitcher of the Week on April 18 after going 2-0 with two complete-game wins over No. 3 Alabama on the road, ending the Crimson Tide’s perfect record in SEC play ... Was a five-time Louisiana Pitcher of the Week selection ... Member of the Tiger Classic and Purple & Gold Challenge All-Tournament teams ... Ranked ninth in the NCAA in earned run average and 15th in wins ... Ranked in the top 10 in the SEC in wins, earned run average, opponents’ batting average, innings pitched, strikeouts, strikeouts looking, appearances and games started ... Recorded the fifth-lowest single-season ERA in LSU history ... Posted the fifth most single-season wins in school history ... Threw 16 complete-game shutouts, which was tied for the second most in single-season school history ... Was one of only two players in the SEC with 10 or more shutouts on the season ... Recorded 13 wins over nationally ranked teams, including LSU’s first win over a No. 1-ranked team ... Recorded eight double-figure strikeout performances on the season ... Threw three complete-game one-hitters ...Allowed more than five hits in just nine of her 38 appearances ... Tied her career-best with 14 strikeouts against McNeese State ... Threw 26 consecutive scoreless innings to open the season and 28.2 consecutive scoreless innings between March 26 and April 9 ... Member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2005)
Made 39 appearances, going 17-16 ... Earned second-team All-SEC and second-team All-Louisiana honors ... Named SEC Pitcher of the Week on April 18 after going 3-0 with three complete-game wins over Ole Miss ... Was a three-time Louisiana Pitcher of the Week selection ... Member of the Tiger Classic and Purple & Gold Challenge All-Tournament teams ... Ranked in the top 10 in the SEC in wins, opponents’ batting average, innings pitched, strikeouts, strikeouts looking, appearances and games started ... Threw six complete-game shutouts ... Posted three wins over nationally ranked teams ... Threw five complete-game two-hitters and six complete-game three-hitters ... Recorded five double-figure strikeout performances on the season, which tied for fourth in the SEC ... Posted a career-best 14 strikeouts against Columbia ... Threw 26 consecutive innings without allowing an earned run between April 7 and April 16 ... Ranks third in career strikeouts per seven innings, fourth in career games started, shutouts and strikeouts, fifth in career wins and appearances, in LSU softball history.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2004)
Made 28 appearances, going 18-5 ... Was named to the SEC All-Freshman team ... Ranked in the top 10 in the SEC in earned run average and wins ... Threw nine complete-game shutouts on the season ... Posted four wins over nationally ranked teams, including three wins over top 10 teams ... Threw a one-hit shutout against Ohio State in the NFCA Leadoff Classic ... Also threw a one-hit shutout against No. 19 Auburn to clinch the SEC Western Division title ... Threw three, two-hitters on the season ... Struck out a season-best 10 batters against No. 15 South Carolina ... Also started five games at designated player and two games at third base ... Hit .217 in 23 appearances at the plate ... Went 2-for-3 with a double, two RBIs and three runs scored against Southern Miss ... Drew a crucial walk while batting for an injured Julie Wiese against No. 7 Alabama as the Tigers rallied for a come-from-behind win.
Earned four letters in softball, three in basketball, two in field hockey and one in volleyball ... 2002 second-team All-American ... 2003, 2002 first-team all-state selection ... 2002 Mesa League Pitcher of the Year ... 2003, 2002 All-CIF first team selection ... 2003, 2002 Zone Athlete of the Year ... Team ranked as high as No. 1 nationally in 2003 ... Led her team to the 2002 and 2003 league championships ... 2001, 2000 All-Western League selection at University of San Diego HS ... 2000, 2001 league champions and CIF Division III champions ... Member of the California Cruisers team that won the 14-under national championship ... Set school records for runs scored as a freshman and sophomore ... Recorded a 26-game hitting streak in 2000 ... Posted a 25-2-1 pitching record from 2002-03 ... Allowed only seven earned runs with 109 K's in 2002 ... 2003 All-Academic Team Captain for San Diego County ... Four-time recipient of Honor Roll First Honors ... Wendy's High School Heisman Award for Bonita Vista HS ... Pepsi Athletic Excellence Award ... 2003, 2002 Who's Who Among America's High School Athletes.
Full name is Emily Susano Turner ... Parents are Thomas and Lydia Turner ... Has one brother, William (18) ... Graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Communications Studies in May 2007 ... Born on Aug. 28, 1985, in Honolulu, Hawaii.