13 Sarah Chow
Sarah  Chow

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Victoria, BC, Canada

High School:
Lambrick Park Secondary

Height:
6-0

Position:
OF

Experience:
3L

Bats/Throws:
L/R


02/08/2017

Game Notes: Utah State Softball Opening Season at Easton Invitational

Aggies set for five games at Cal State Fullerton-hosted tournament.

02/07/2017

Leadership and Experience Leading Utah State Softball Into 2017 Season

Aggies begin season at Easton Invitational Friday.

06/14/2016

Utah State Softball End of Season Notes

Aggies had best season in 20 years with 2016 performance.

05/14/2016

Utah State Softball Season Concludes in Loss to Nevada

Aggies finish record season in 4-3 deficit.

05/13/2016

Comeback Victory Secures Winning Season for USU Softball

Aggies top Nevada, 7-6, for first winning year since 1996.

05/13/2015

San Diego State - Game 3

Highlights from the Senior Day game against San Diego State.

04/11/2015

USU vs Fresno 04/11/2015 Softball

USU vs Fresno 04/11/2015 Softball

04/03/2015

USU vs UNLV 04/03/2015 Softball

USU vs UNLV 04/03/2015 Softball

05/02/2014

USU vs Fresno - Softball

USU vs Fresno, 05/02/14

04/23/2014

USU Softball vs Boise State

USU Softball vs Boise State, 04/23/2014

RECORDS: Set a USU single-game record and tied an NCAA record with three triples against Northern Colorado... Ranks second in career triples (12), third in career runs scored (91) and fourth in career batting average (.334)... Ranks first in single-season triples (8), second in single-season runs (36), fifth in single-season stolen bases (15) and 10th in single-season hits (59), all set in 2016... Ranks fourth in single-season batting average (.413) and seventh in single-season hits (64), set in 2015.

HONORS: Second-Team All-Mountain West (2015); Academic All-Mountain West (2014, 2015, 2016); Academic All-WAC (2013).

2016 (Sr.): Played in and started 50 games... Batted a team-best .376 on the year... Had 15 multi-hit games, including five games with three hits... Had a 14-game hitting streak, spanning April 3-25... Hit a school record three triples against Northern Colorado (March 19), tying an NCAA record... Ended the year with eight triples, a Utah State season record... Also hit three doubles... Scored a team-high 36 runs on the year... Scored multiple runs in nine games... Scored in seven-straight games from March 12-25... Also added 18 RBIs... Was walked 11 times... Successfully stole base 15 times, which ranks fifth in a season by a Utah State player... Added 81 putouts and five assists in the outfield, finishing the year with a .977 fielding percentage... Earned academic all-Mountain West honors and was a Joe E. and Elma Whitesides Scholar-Athlete recipient.

2015 (Jr.): Earned second-team all-Mountain West honors... Played in 49 games, making 46 starts in the outfield... Led the team at the plate, batting .413, ranking fourth on the USU single-season record list... Ranks seventh in single-season hits, tallying 64 in 155 at-bats... Scored 30 runs on the year, while batting in 12 others... Walked 14 times... Hit four doubles and two triples during the season... Had a 19-game hitting streak, spanning from March 6 through April 2... Had 19 multi-hit games, highlighted by a season-best four hits against both UC Riverside (Feb. 21) and UNLV (April 2)... Had a team-leading on base percentage of .468, highlighted by a 25-game on-base streak... Led the team in stolen bases with seven successful attempts... Added 60 putouts and two assists for a .954 fielding percentage... Earned academic all-Mountain West honors and was a Joe E. and Elma Whitesides Scholar-Athlete recipient.

2014 (So.): Played in 51 games, making 50 starts and playing primarily in the outfield... Had a .259 batting average, tallying 35 hits in 135 at-bats with 21 runs scored... Had seven multi-hit games with a season-best four hits at New Mexico (April 25)... Hit one double and two triples on the season... Added 84 putouts and five assists for a .927 fielding percentage... Tallied five RBIs and walked 21 times... Earned academic all-Mountain West honors and was a Joe E. and Elma Whitesides Scholar-Athlete recipient.

2013 (Fr.): Saw action in 36 games, starting 27 with 14 coming at first base... Hit .194 with four runs scored... Recorded 12 hits on the season, including a season-high two against in-state foe Southern Utah (Feb. 15)... Reached base in five-straight games (April 24 -- May 3)... Recorded 28 assists, including a season-high five against Southern Utah (April 17)... Put out 103 runners, including a season-high 10 against San Diego (March 1)... Finished the season with a .985 fielding percentage... Joe E. and Elma Whitesides Scholar-Athlete recipient... Earned academic all-WAC honors.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played four years of travel ball... High school did not sponsor softball... As a pitcher, she tallied 112 wins and 23 losses in her career... Also had 500 career hits with 29 home runs and 115 doubles... Posted a .484 batting average... Saw action at shortstop, first base as well as in the outfield... Represented Canada in the 2006 Little League World Series... Also played four years of basketball and volleyball.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Ross and Lynn Chow... Has an older sister... Graduated in May, 2016 with a degree in family life studies.

CAREER STATS

Year G/GS Avg. AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K Sac SB PO A E FLD
2013 (Fr.) 36/27 .194 62 4 12 0 0 0 0 4 7 0 0-0 103 28 2 .985
2014 (So.) 51/50 .259 135 21 35 1 2 0 5 21 13 2 4-6 84 5 7 .927
2015 (Jr.) 49/46 .413 155 30 64 4 2 0 12 14 22 2 7-7 60 2 3 .954
2016 (Sr.) 50/50 .376 157 36 59 3 8 0 18 11 13 4 15-16 81 5 2 .977
TOTAL 186/173 .333 509 91 170 8 12 0 35 50 55 8 26-29 247 40 14 .953
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