Of its 57 academic all-WAC selections from its spring sports, Utah State had 23 student-athletes from women's outdoor track honored, along with 15 from men's outdoor track, six from softball, five from both men's tennis and women's tennis, and three from the men's golf team.
In all, approximately 51 percent of USU's student-athletes earned a 3.2 GPA to qualify for the awards.
Utes use three homers to best Aggies; SUU sinks USU with run in sixth inning.
Johnson and Froton not enough against high powered NM State.
First-place Spartans complete three-game sweep in WAC opening weekend.
USU vs Fresno, 05/02/14
USU Softball vs Boise State, 04/23/2014
USU Softball vs Boise State, 04/22/14
Utah State University Softball, 04/15/14
USU vs SJSU Women's Softball, 04/04/2014
Honors: Academic all-Mountain West (2014); Academic all-WAC (2013)
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 RBI 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 games total with 14 coming at first base… Hit .194 with four runs scored... Recorded 12 hits on the season including a season-high two hits 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 assists 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... Majoring in family life studies.