Emily Carosone

Position: 2B | Number: 15
Bats: Left | Throws: Right
Daye of Birth: 10/14/1993 | Height: 5-4

Resides: Orlando, Fla.

Pro Experience:
3rd Season: CHI (2016-present)

College Experience:
Auburn

TRANSACTION HISTORY:
  • Drafted 22nd overall in the 4th round of the 2016 NPF Draft by the Bandits
  • Signed a one-year contract with the Bandits on June 15, 2016
  • Re-signed with the Bandits on January 31, 2017
  • Reached a two-year extension with the Bandits through the 2019 season on September 29, 2017.
PROFESSIONAL HIGHLIGHTS: 
  • Recorded a career season in 2017, ranking second in the NPF in batting average (.379) and on-base percentage (.475).
  • Named to the 2017 All-NPF team as a second baseman.
  • Batted .229 during her rookie season while adding three extra-base hits and 10 RBI.
  • Led the NPF with 11 hit by pitches and earned more walks (11) than strikeouts (10) as a rookie.
  • Made her professional debut on June 17, 2016 against the Akron Racers, going 1-for-3 with a double and three RBI.
  • Reached base in five straight games to begin her Bandits career, including four hits, five walks and three HBP.
  • Helped lead the Bandits to a dominant 17-4 win over the Akron Racers on July 29, 2016, reaching base four times and contributing two RBI.
COLLEGIATE HIGHLIGHTS (AUBURN UNIVERSITY):
  • One of two players in program history to be named to multiple All-American teams.
  • Received 2015 First Team All-Southeastern Conference and 2014 Second Team All-SEC honors.
  • Placed on 2013 SEC All-Freshman Team.
  • Won Most Valuable Player award at the 2015 SEC Tournament.
  • Ranks atop the Auburn record books in single-season runs (88) and RBI (80) and second for single-season batting average (.438).
  • 2015 finalist for the USA Softball National Player of the Year.
  • 2016 NFCA Second Team All-American
PERSONAL:
  • Majored in psychology while at Auburn.
  • Was a tri-sport athlete during high school, lettering four years in softball and basketball and three years in volleyball.
  • One of just two players to ever hit a walk-off grand slam in the postseason, including NCAA baseball and MLB, after accomplishing the feat in game two of the NCAA championship series against Oklahoma in 2016.

STATS

Hitting Stats »

Year League Club AB H AVG SLG OB% R 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
2017 NPF Bandits 132 50 0.379 0.477 0.475 30 5 1 2 24 19 10 3
2016 NPF Bandits 70 16 0.229 0.271 0.413 12 3 0 0 10 11 10 3