Emma Entzminger joined the national program as part of the Junior Women’s National Team, competing at the 2013 WBSC Junior Women’s Softball World Championship in Brampton and at the same event in 2015 in Oklahoma City. In 2016 she made the jump to the senior team and was the youngest member of the squad that took home bronze at the WBSC Women’s Softball World Championship in Surrey. She helped Canada to another bronze medal finish at the 2018 World Championships in Chiba, Japan. Entzminger played four seasons with the Spartans while studying at San Jose State University, starting in 191 of her 207 games played over that span. Over her career with the Spartans she had a .287 batting average, .434 OBP, 17 doubles, three triples, four home runs and 70 RBIs. She finished at SJSU ranked third all-time in runs scored (142), fourth in walks (85) and OBP (.434).
A LITTLE MORE ABOUT EMMA
Getting into the Sport: Played baseball with the boys until age 13 before starting softball at age 14… Watching Team Canada play at Canada Cup was a huge inspirations as a young girl… Outside Interests: Graduated San Jose State University in Fall 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, Exercise and Rehab Science… Would like to become a physiotherapist… Enjoys yoga, working out, spending time with nieces and nephews, going on hikes, going to the lake. Odds and Ends: Favourite quote: “What got you here, won’t get you there.”…
Notable International Results
WBSC World Championship: 2018 – BRONZE, 2016 – BRONZE