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#7 Britni Sneed
Position: Pitcher
Bats: Right Handed
Throws: Right Handed
Height: 6'1"
Class: Senior
Experience: 4 Letters
City/State: Houston, Texas
High School: Cy-Fair HS
Britni Sneed Bio
Courtesy: LSUsports.net (@LSUsports)
Release: 12/31/1999

2002 Finalist for USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year
2002 NFCA First-Team All-American
2002 SEC Pitcher of the Year
2002 SEC Tournament MVP
2002 First-Team All-SEC Selection
2002 NFCA/Louisville Slugger Division I Player of the Week (April 24)
2002 SEC Pitcher of the Week (March 11, March 18, April 29, April 1)
2002 LSWA Pitcher of the Week (March 5, March 12, March 18, March 26, April 2, April 9, April 23, April 30)
2002 Tiger Classic All-Tournament Team
2002 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2001 NFCA First-Team All-American
2001 NFCA First-Team All-South Region
2001 SEC Player of the Year
2001 LSWA Player of the Year
2001 WCWS All-Tournament Team
2001 NCAA Region 3 MVP
2001 SEC Tournament MVP
2001 First-Team All-SEC
2001 First-Team All-Louisiana
2001 NFCA/Louisville Slugger Division I Player of the Week (March 28)
2001 SEC Pitcher of the Week (Feb. 12, March 12, April 9)
2001 LSWA Player of the Week (March 12, March 28, April 9, April 30)
2001 USA National Blue Team Member
2001 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2000 NCAA Region 7 All-Tournament Team
2000 SEC All-Tournament Team
2000 NFCA Second-Team All-American
2000 NFCA First-Team All-South Region
2000 First-Team All-SEC
2000 First-Team All-Louisiana
2000 NFCA/Louisville Slugger Division I Player of the Week (April 4)
2000 SEC Pitcher of the Week (April 3, April 17, May 1)
2000 SEC Academic Honor Roll
1999 First-Team All-SEC
1999 First-Team All-Louisiana

SENIOR SEASON (2002)
One of 10 finalists for the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Award ... Honored as a First-Team All-America selection ... Named the SEC Pitcher of the Year ... Selected the SEC Tournament Most Valuable Player ... A First-Team NFCA All-South Region selection ... Named to the NCAA Region 3 All-Tournament team ... Named the NFCA Division I Player of the Week on April 24 ... A four-time SEC Pitcher of the Week and eight-time Louisiana Pitcher of the Week selection ... Chosen the only unanimous first-team All-SEC selection ... Member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Made 46 appearances, going 34-7 on the season ... Threw a school-record six complete-game no-hitters ... Recorded an LSU record 22 shutouts, which ties her for 15th in NCAA single-season history ... Ranked second in the NCAA in strikeouts per seven innings ... Broke the LSU and SEC single-season strikeout mark and ranks fifth in NCAA single-season history ... Ranks fourth in the NCAA in career strikeouts with 1,370 ... Struck out an SEC seven-inning game record 17 batters against Florida ... Led the SEC and ranked in the top 10 in the nation with a 0.75 ERA, the sixth lowest single-season ERA in SEC history ... Ranked in the top five in the NCAA in wins, the second-most single-season victories in LSU history and tied for the third most in SEC history ... Ranks in the top 10 in NCAA history in career victories and strikeout ratio and in the top 15 in NCAA history in career appearances, games started, winning percentage and saves ... Ranked fifth in SEC history in complete games and tied for sixth in innings pitched ... Holds SEC career records for victories (120) and shutouts (55) ... Ranks second in the SEC in career ERA (0.89), fourth in appearances (175), innings pitched (976.1) and saves (12) and fifth in career complete games (106) ... Set LSU single-season records for most shutouts in a season (23), innings pitched (281.0), complete games (35) ... Holds LSU career records for innings pitched (695.0), appearances (129), starts (102), wins (86), shutouts (32) and complete games (71) ... Invited to participate in the USA Softball World Championship Team camp.

JUNIOR SEASON (2001)
Honored as a First-Team NFCA All-American ... Was the SEC and Louisiana Player of the Year ... Named to the All-SEC, All-South Region and All-Louisiana first teams ... Selected the SEC Tournament and NCAA Region 3 Most Valuable Player ... Named to the WCWS All-Tournament Team ... Member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll ... ... Named the NFCA Player of the Week on March 28 for not allowing an earned run in over 28 innings of play ... Was a team captain ... Finished the season with an LSU-record 36 wins to just six losses to rank third in wins in the NCAA... Led the team with a school-record 0.66 ERA, the ninth-lowest in the NCAA... Finished SEC play with an ERA of 0.23 ... Was a perfect 21-0 against SEC opponents ... Set the then-school and SEC records for most single-season strikeouts with 410 and ranked fourth in the NCAA for strikeouts per seven innings (10.4) ... Struck out a school and SEC-record 19 batters in one game against Oklahoma in the WCWS ... Combined to pitch five no-hitters ... Pitched complete game no-hitters against Tennessee and Ole Miss ... Combined to pitch a perfect game followed by a complete-game no-hitter against Tennessee ... Had streaks of 51 innings and 41.2 innings of pitching scoreless softball ... Did not allow a single run at home during the regular season ... Set single-season records for most appearances (49) Named to the 2001 USA National Blue Team where she had a stellar summer touring the USA, Canada and Venezuela.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2000)
Honored as a Second-Team NFCA All-American ... Named to the All-SEC, All-South Region and All-Louisiana first teams ... Member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll with a 3.2 GPA ... Named to the NCAA Region 7 All-Tournament and SEC All-Tournament Teams ... Finished the season with an ERA of 1.14 in a team-high 42 appearances ... Finished the season with a 27-7 record ... Started in a total of 33 games, pitching 22 complete games ... Second in shutouts in a season with eight ... Recorded four saves ... Pitched 239.1 innings, allowing 124 hits, 45 runs and 39 earned runs ... Notched 278 strikeouts ... Recorded 13 strikeouts against McNeese State and South Florida ... Opponents hit only .152 against her ... Named the NFCA Player of the Week and SEC Co-Pitcher of the Week on April 3 after she pitched her first collegiate no-hitter and struck out 12 batters against Ole Miss ... Threw 19 total innings, struck out 26 batters and allowed only six hits and no runs for the week ... Named the SEC Pitcher of the Week for April 17 when she went 3-0 and pitched her second collegiate no-hitter against Louisiana Tech and had a complete game shutout against South Carolina ... Named SEC Pitcher of the Week for May 1 when she pitched 13 scoreless innings against Kentucky and Tennessee.

FRESHMAN SEASON (1999)
Was named to the All-SEC and All-Louisiana first teams ... Ranked in the top 25 in the NCAA for strikeouts per seven innings (7.9) ... Had 12 strikeouts against Bowling Green ... Posted a 23-5 record in 38 appearances ... Pitched 180.1 innings with 18 complete games and 6 shutouts ... Pitched nine innings against USL... Recorded a 1.13 ERA overall and a 0.92 ERA in SEC play ... Had four saves ... Hit .222 for the season with 16 hits, five doubles, two triples and 10 RBIs ... Both triples were against Northwestern State ... Had three RBIs against Southern ... Committed no errors with four putouts and 20 assists for a perfect fielding percentage ... Had a season-high four assists against Southern Miss ... Was the Female Athlete of the Month runner-up for her play on the 1999 USA Junior Olympic softball team after she did not give up a single hit or run.

HIGH SCHOOL
Posted a 24-5 record with a 0.32 ERA and 305 strikeouts her senior year with a .443 batting average ... Had a 81-17 career record ... Was a three-time Most Valuable Player and all-district selection ... Member of the All-Greater Houston team for four years, All-State team for three years and participated in the All-Star game as a senior ... Led Cy-Fair High to four district titles ... Was also a middle blocker for the volleyball team.

PERSONAL
Full name is Britni Allison Sneed ... Parents are Dan and Joanne Sneed ... Has one sister, Brooke ... Likes shopping and attending church and FCA... Majoring in kinesiology ... Favorite dessert is cheesecake ...Favorite TV show is Friends ...Born on June 30, 1980.

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