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    3  Emilee Koerner  


    Tustin, Calif.

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    #25 Irish Take Two From Syracuse, Vault Winning Streak To 22 On Strikeout Cancer Saturday

    Notre Dame erases three deficits in nightcap to win 22nd consecutive game


    #25 Irish Take On Syracuse In Fifth Annual Strikeout Cancer Series

    Notre Dame welcomes Syracuse for the second time over a Strikeout Cancer weekend


    #25 Irish Down Northwestern 3-2 On Koerner Walk-Off Single For 20th Straight Win

    Notre Dame heroics help equal the second-longest winning streak in program history


    #25 Irish Surge To 19th Straight Win In 8-2 Triumph Over Bowling Green

    Notre Dame's Rhodes and Beriont shut down Falcons to keep the Irish unbeaten at Melissa Cook Stadium


    #RV Irish Welcome Bowling Green, #RV Northwestern For Midweek Pair

    Notre Dame embarks on 10-game homestand with two midweek matchups


    Notre Dame vs. Ohio State

    Notre Dame softball vs. Ohio State (photos by Jason Roberts)


    Notre Dame vs. Fordham, 2/28/14

    Notre Dame vs. Fordham, game one of the Diamond 9 Citrus Classic (photos by Jason Roberts)


    Notre Dame, Day One at Jacksonville University Tournament

    Irish defeated #23/25 Louisville 6-3 and Jacksonville 9-1 in five innings (photos by Skip Tapp).


    2013 Notre Dame Softball, A Season In Photos

    The Irish made their 15th straight appearance at the NCAA Championship in 2013.


    4/13 Softball vs Rutgers

    Notre Dame defeated Rutgers 11 runs to 2 during the first game of the Third Annual Strikeout Cancer Weekend.

    2015 NPF Draft Pick (4th Round, 17th Overall), USSSA Pride
    2015 Notre Dame Co-Captain
    2015 USA Softball National Collegiate Player of the Year Watch List
    2014 NCAA Doubles Champion
    2014 Notre Dame Monogram Club Co-Most Valuable Player
    2014 NFCA Division I All-America Third Team
    2014 NFCA Mid-Atlantic All-Region First Team
    2014 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Second Team
    2014 ESPNW Preseason All-America First Team
    2014 USA Softball National Collegiate Player of the Year Watch List
    2013 Notre Dame Monogram Club Most Valuable Player
    2013 USA Softball National Collegiate Player of the Year Top 10 Finalist
    2013 NFCA Division I All-America Second Team
    2013 NFCA Great Lakes All-Region First Team
    2013 All-BIG EAST Conference First Team

    Enters senior campaign with the highest career batting average among Notre Dame players with at least 300 career at-bats (.401) ... is also the program's all-time leader in doubles (61) and slugging percentage (.695) after setting team single-season records in doubles (28) and slugging percentage (.825) in 2014 - 2014 doubles total was one from tying the NCAA record set by Fresno State's Nina Lindenberg (29) in 1996 ... begins 2015 tied for the all-time NCAA record in doubles per game in a career (0.37, 61 doubles in 166 games) with former Hofstra player Crystal Boyd (1991-94) ... posted top-five single-season totals all-time in 2014 for doubles (program record 28; only player in Notre Dame history to hit 20 or more doubles in a single season after doing so the past two seasons), slugging percentage (.825, first), runs scored (65, first), total bases (141, first), intentional walks (8, first), on-base percentage (.495, fourth) and batting average (.433, fifth) ... one of only seven two-time Notre Dame All-America selections (2013-14) in program history ... became the first player in program history to finish among the 10 finalists in USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year voting (2013).

    AS A JUNIOR (2014): NFCA Division I All-America third team choice - one of only seven two-time Notre Dame All-America selections (2013-14) in program history ... NFCA Mid-Atlantic all-region first team ... all-ACC second team ... one-time ACC Player of the Week (May 5) selection ... ESPNW preseason All-America first team choice ... named Notre Dame Monogram Club Co-Most Valuable Player with teammate Laura Winter - one of only four players (Stephanie Brown, 2006-07; Meghan Murray 1996-97; Sara Hayes 1994-95) to be selected as team MVP in consecutive years ... finished season as the NCAA leader with 28 doubles and 0.52 doubles per game - 28 doubles total were the second-most in NCAA history, while doubles per game count was the third-best average in the NCAA record book ... was also second nationally in sacrifice flies (7), third in runs per game (1.20) and 13th in slugging percentage (.825) ... led the ACC in doubles and runs scored with a team record 65, and ranked second in hits (74), total bases (141), batting average (.433) and slugging percentage, and fourth in on-base percentage (.495) ... .385 average (25-for-65) with runners in scoring position ... had the second-most doubles (9), and the third-best batting average (.424), fourth-best slugging percentage (.818) and the fourth-most runs scored (28) among all players during ACC play ... reached base safely in each of the team's final 31 games (49 of 54 games overall) - batted .495 with 18 doubles, 35 RBI and 41 runs scored during the consecutive games on-base streak ... perfect 1.000 fielding percentage (73 putouts, two assists in 75 chances in the outfield) tied for the best single-season output in team history (minimum of 50 chances) ... opened the season 2-for-4 with an RBI triple, two stolen bases and two runs scored against Tennessee Tech (Feb. 8) ... went 2-for-3 with two home runs, four RBI and three runs scored against Morehead State (Feb. 9) ... smashed a solo home run and added an RBI double at Auburn (Feb. 9) ... reached base four times, chipping in a double, home run and two RBI against No. 23 Louisville (Feb. 16) ... 3-for-5 with a double, home run and three runs scored against UC Davis (Feb. 21) ... two hits, including a double, and two RBI versus Cal State Fullerton (Feb. 22) at the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic ... 3-for-4 with two runs scored against Omaha (March 2) ... clubbed a home run with three RBI and two runs scored in home opener against Eastern Michigan (March 26) ... home run and three RBI in ACC series opener at North Carolina (April 9) ... RBI double and two runs scored in home win over No. 7 Florida State (April 13) ... 2-for-3 with two doubles and two runs in a run-rule win over Toledo (April 16) ... perfect 3-for-3 with a program single-game record four runs scored, two doubles and an RBI in the series finale at Virginia (April 19) ... went 3-for-4 with a double and two RBI in a home victory over Valparaiso (April 24) ... reached base in both official plate appearances, adding two RBI in ACC win over Maryland (April 27) ... logged three hits, including a double and home run, with three RBI and two runs scored on ESPNU's ACC Monday against Maryland (April 28) ... 3-for-3 with a double, home run and three runs scored in series opening win against Boston College (May 3) ... added a pair of singles, three RBI and two runs in the nightcap against the Eagles (May 3) ... closed series with a 2-for-3 effort, including a triple, a home run and two runs, to complete series sweep of Boston College (May 4) - named ACC Player of the Week after batting .778 (7-for-9) with six RBI and seven runs scored during the series with Boston College ... recorded four hits, including two doubles, and scored a run in each game of the ACC Championship (May 8-10) ... set Notre Dame NCAA Championship program records with four hits, three doubles and five RBI against Long Beach State (May 17) during the NCAA Los Angeles Regional.

    AS A SOPHOMORE (2013): Top 10 finalist for the USA Softball National Collegiate Player of the Year award ... became the 22nd All-American in program history after being tabbed to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) All-America second team - was just the third underclassman (freshman or sophomore) in program history to be named a second team All-American ... NFCA Great Lakes all-region first team choice ... all-BIG EAST first team selection ... chosen as the Notre Dame Monogram Club Most Valuable Player ... three-time BIG EAST Conference Player of the Week (Feb. 25, March 25 and May 6) ... BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll selection (March 4) ... ranked third in the NCAA in batting average to close the regular season (.479), ultimately placing 16th in the final national statistics at .439 - average was the highest among all Irish batters with at least 150 at-bats in a given season in the program's 25-year history, and the third-highest overall clip during a single season at Notre Dame ... ranked ninth nationally in doubles per game (0.36), 28th in slugging percentage (.772) and 41st in on-base percentage (.507) - led the BIG EAST in the first three categories, as well as total hits (79), doubles (single-season program-record 21) and total bases (139) ... finished second in the league with 51 runs scored ... conference-best .492 average, eight doubles and 26 runs scored in BIG EAST play ... ranked second in hits (32) and fourth in total bases (55) during conference games ... team-high 23 multiple-hit games, and was second on the squad with 11 multi-RBI outings ... reached base in each of the team's first 29 games (50 of 58 games overall) ... perfect 1.000 fielding percentage (77 putouts in 77 chances in the outfield) tied for the best output in team history (minimum of 50 chances) ... 3-for-4 with an RBI and a stolen base against Wisconsin (Feb. 10) ... went 2-for-3 with a double, home run, three RBI and two runs scored against East Carolina (Feb. 23) ... logged a perfect 3-for-3 output at the plate with four RBI and two runs scored later in the day against Liberty (Feb. 23) ... finished a double shy of the cycle against Fairfield (Feb. 24), going 3-for-4 with an RBI and two runs scored ... added three hits and an RBI against East Carolina (Feb. 24) ... 3-for-3 with a double, triple, home run and career-high five RBI in rout of Boston College (March 2) ... reached base in three of four plate appearances, drilling a solo home run while scoring three times against Iona (March 15) ... smacked two doubles and scored a pair of runs the following day against Iona (March 16) ... rapped two hits, including a two-run, game-winning triple against Northern Illinois (March 16) ... chipped in two hits, including an RBI double, and scored two runs against Seton Hall (March 23) ... 3-for-3 with a solo home run and three runs scored in game two against Seton Hall (March 23) ... crushed a solo home run on the first pitch of the game, and ultimately went 4-for-4 with two long balls, a double, three RBI and two runs scored in the series finale against Seton Hall (March 24) - finished the series with the Pirates 9-for-10 (.900) with two doubles, three home runs, five RBI, two stolen bases, 20 total bases, a 2.000 slugging percentage, a .909 on-base percentage and seven runs scored ... 3-for-4 with two runs scored in game one of a doubleheader at Georgetown (April 3) ... logged an identical 3-for-4 outing in the nightcap against Georgetown (April 3), ripping a pair of doubles and scoring two additional runs ... rocked a two-run double in game one against Villanova (April 6) ... tied a program record by being walked in all four plate appearances in game one of a doubleheader at Pittsburgh (April 20) ... two RBI and a run scored in the nightcap against the Panthers (April 20) ... 3-for-4 with a double in game one of a doubleheader against Connecticut (April 23) ... logged two hits, including a two-run double, and scored two runs in the second game of the day against the Huskies (April 23) ... crushed a two-run home run and scored twice in a game one win at DePaul (April 27) ... 2-for-4 with two doubles and two runs scored at Western Michigan (May 1) ... reached base in all four plate appearances of the first game against No. 9 Louisville (May 4), going 2-for-2 with a home run, two RBI, two walks drawn and three runs scored ... contributed an RBI in the first round matchup against Seton Hall (May 9) and the semifinal contest versus DePaul (May 10) at the BIG EAST Championship.

    AS A FRESHMAN (2012): Regular contributor in first season with the Irish, appearing in 54 games (53 starts) ... batted .320 with a team-high 12 doubles ... went 2-for-4 and scored a pair of runs in first career start at San Diego State (Feb. 17) ... stroked three singles and added first career RBI at North Carolina (Feb. 26) ... 2-for-2 with a home run and a season-best three RBI in a 16-0 win at Cal State Fullerton (March 14) ... logged two RBI in both games of a doubleheader sweep of Toledo (March 28) ... laced a pair of doubles in series-opening game against Connecticut (March 31) ... chipped in three singles in second game of a home doubleheader against Syracuse (April 14) ... equaled season-high with three RBI in first round BIG EAST Championship win over Rutgers (May 10) ... 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored against Hawaii (May 18) in NCAA Regional play.

    Four-time all-conference choice and four-time varsity letterwinner at Foothill (Calif.) ... batted a career-best .385 with 34 hits, including seven doubles and five home runs, and added 23 RBI and 20 runs scored as a senior ... hit .349 with 24 RBI and four home runs as a sophomore ... named all-city as a freshman ... totaled 89 RBI and 13 homers with a .339 average during prep career ... led travel team to ASA national title in 2004 ... member of National Honor Society and Christian Club ... full name is Emilee Johanna Koerner ... daughter of Patti and Mike Koerner ... brother, Matt, played baseball at Arizona ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business, majoring in marketing.

    Koerner's Career Statistics

    2012 .320 54-53 150 25 48 12 1 2 23 68 .453 15 3 15 0 .393 0 7 5-7 75 2 4 .951
    2013 .439 58-58 180 51 79 21 3 11 47 139 .772 24 4 16 1 .507 3 3 10-11 77 0 0 1.000
    2014 .433 54-54 171 65 74 28 3 11 51 141 .825 27 1 10 0 .495 7 3 6-7 73 2 0 1.000
    2015 .369 45-45 141 36 52 10 1 8 33 88 .624 15 0 17 1 .419 4 5 4-5 66 3 0 1.000
    Total .394 211-210 642 177 253 71 8 32 154 436 .679 81 8 58 2 .459 14 18 25-30 291 7 4 .987
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