After being declared medically disqualified in 2008, Wehr moves from behind the plate to her new role as a student assistant coach for her final two years of college.
As a Sophomore in 2007: Played in 19 games, starting in 19 ... Finished with a .130 (3-23) batting average and one run ... Batted 2-3 with a run scored vs. Northern Illinois (3/10).
As A Freshman In 2006: Made collegiate debut vs. Dartmouth (March 29) and went 1-2 with a two-run home run.
Before UMass: Four-year letterwinner at Wheeler (Ga.) High School ... Batted .350 with a .400 on-base percentage as a senior captain ... Compiled a .459 batting average and .525 on-base percentage during her junior season ... Named Best Offensive Player on her team four times and was selected as the Team MVP during her senior year ... Three-time All-County selection and Academic letterwinner ... Member of Mu Alpha Theta (Math Honors Society), Beta Club and the National Society of High School Scholars ... Picked among the "Who's Who Among American High School Students" in 2004 ... Competed in USA Olympic weightlifting 2000-2003 (competitions held across the United States and Canada) ... Won Gold in the 2000 AAU Junior Olympics in age/weight division ... Won Bronze in the 2002 Young Louis Cyr International Competition in age/weight division ... Won Silver in the 2002 Junior National Championships in age/weight division ... Ranked nationally in the top 10 in her age/weight division (2000-2002).
Personal: Full name is Emily Randitt Wehr ... Born March 16, 1987, in Atlanta, Ga. ... Daughter of Daniel and Lynn Wehr ... Sister of Bonnie and William ... Enrolled in the College of Public Health majoring in Exercise Science.
Emily Wehr's Career Statistics at UMass