|High School:||St. Thomas Aquinas|
AS A JUNIOR... Played in and started 18 games on the season, starting 16 contests on the hill while getting the starting nodtwice in the field ... Posted a5.21 ERA to go along with a 4-11 record while also recording a team-best 10 complete games on the year...Struck out a team-high 42 batters over 88.2 innings of work... Posted two complete game shutouts on the season, notching the first on March 7 by tossing 7.0 innings of 1-hit ball in a 3-0 win over Alverno while also working 7.0 innings in a 2-0 win on April 10 vs. Lasell College... At the plate, boasted a .267 batting average to go along with a .400 slugging percentage and a .313 on-base percentage ... In the field, recording a .951 fielding percentage ... Named to the GNAC Academic All-Conference Team and received the Unsung Hero & Academic Achievement Award.
AS A SOPHOMORE...Copp started in 13 of her
17 games pitched for the Saints...threw 7 complete games with 81
innings pitched and 339 batters faced...recorded 51
strike-outs...hit .200 in her 10 at-bats with a .400 slugging
percentage...was voted the team's Unsung Hero for the
second-straight year...received the Softball Team's Academic
Achievement Award...was named to the GNAC Weekly Honor Roll on
3/22/10...was an GNAC Academic All-Conference...helped the Saints
to a 10-21 overall record and a 6-18 conference mark.
AS A FRESHMAN...Copp started in all 16 of her games played as a pitched for the Saints...threw 11 complete games with 2 shut-outs...went 6-9 on the season, pitching 86 innings, facing 367 batters and striking out 62 of them...was named the team's Unsung Hero...helped the Saints to an 11-23 overall record and an 8-16 GNAC record.
BEFORE EMMANUEL...Copp was a four-year player for St. Thomas Aquinas High School, where she led her team to the program's only Class I Championship (2007), pitching every game of the playoffs...was a junior varsity starter as a freshmen and a varsity starter for the following three years...was voted the team's Most Valuable Player three teams and received her high school Coach's Award...played summer softball since U12, playing for the Fremont Warriors, the Plaistow Cyclones, the Seacost Krush, the Hudson Heat, and the Northeast Invasion, in which her team won the U-18 New Hampshire State Championship...has traveled to national softball tournaments in both Montreal and North Carolina.
Major: Communications and Spanish
Career Aspirations: Marketing or Teaching
Favorite Movie: Anchorman
Favorite Book: Breaking Dawn
Favorite Pre-game Meal: Deli Sandwich
Most Exciting Athletic Experience: Receiving awards at the EC Sports Banquet