Started every game at second base for Mizzou as a freshman, leading the team with a .376 batting average (59-for-157) and tying for the team-lead with 16 doubles.
.376 average at the plate ranked 11th in the Southeastern Conference in overall games.
Blasted three home runs in inaugural campaign as a Tiger and totaled 26 RBI.
Also led Missouri in stolen bases, posting a 13-for-15 steal rate.
Settled into a groove in the second week of the season, running off three-straight two-hit games, first with the 12-inning, 4-3 win over No. 5 Florida (Feb. 22) in Palm Springs, Calif., followed by the doubleheader at Cal-State Fullerton (Feb. 23).
The first game of the DH included her first home run of the season, a three-run shot for a season-high three RBI.
The three-game spree of multi-hit games capped an early eight-game hitting streak for the freshman.
Batted 4-for-7 in Mizzou's series sweep at Ole Miss (March 15-17), including a 2-for-3 performance with two doubles in the 6-1 win over the Rebels on March 16.
Hit the three-RBI mark again in the five-inning, 16-0 win over Georgia Tech (March 23), hitting a double to clear loaded bases.
Crane recorded a perfect 3-for-3 day, her first of two three-hit games, in the first game of the doubleheader at Missouri State (April 3), a five-inning, 12-0 win. She matched the feat in a 3-for-5 performance on April 14 vs. Arkansas, also scoring two runs.
Rocked her third long ball of the season in the first game of the doubleheader at Western Illinois (May 1), finishing 2-for-5 at the plate with three RBI and three runs, a season-best for runs scored.
Strung together three consecutive two-hit games to end the Tennessee series (May 5) and into the first two games of the SEC Tournament, Arkansas (May 9) and the Lady Vols again (May 11).
Matched her season-high in runs scored, three, to cap the series win over No. 2 Tennessee, a six-inning, 12-8 win on May 5.
Finished the season on an 11-game hitting streak, the longest run of her season.
Honors: USA Softball Junior Women's National Team selection.
Playing for head coach Lance Richardson, she served as a shortstop and outfielder for Troy Buchanan and capped off her senior year by helping lead the team to the Missouri Class 4A State Championship.
Was named as a First Team All-State outfielder as a sophomore and junior and earned First Team All-State recognition as an infielder her senior year.
Earned four First Team All-Conference awards, four First Team All-District awards and four First Team All-Region awards.
As a senior, was picked as the Missouri Gatorade Player of the Year and was also named St. Louis All-Metro Player of the Year.
Also played soccer and basketball, earning 11 total letters while at Troy Buchanan.
Academically, she finished in the top 10-percent of her class and was a member of the National Honor Society.
Emily Crane was born to Roy Crane and Connie Werkmeister on Feb. 22, 1994 in Lake St. Louis, Mo., and has six siblings.
Her mother, Connie, graduated from the University of Missouri, as well as her older sister, Elizabeth Utterback (December of 2012).
Majoring in graphic design.