Carly Williams
Carly  Williams


Simsbury, Conn.

High School:



As a junior in 2015: Played 27 games, starting in eight … recorded 11 hits in 40 at bats for a .275 batting average … smashed two home runs, drove in 11 runs and scored four times on the season … recorded a .356 on base percentage and .450 slugging percentage for the year … set a new career-high in runs plated by scoring twice in a win over Rhode Island (3/8) … crushed a pinch-hit grand slam and set a new career-high with four RBI to seal the win over Providence on April 11 ... member of the 2014-15 BIG EAST All-Academic Team.

As a sophomore in 2014:
Played in 26 games, starting in 12 ... finished the season batting .250 with three doubles and five RBI ... recorded five walks for a .348 on-base percentage ... went 5-for-11 (.455) with two doubles, two walks and three RBI between March 7-16 ... named to the 2013-14 BIG EAST All-Academic Team
... named a 2013-14 NFCA Scholar-Athlete.

As a freshman in 2013: Played in 21 games, starting in 16 ... led team with .361 average and .410 on-base percentage ... recorded 13 hits, three RBI, two walks, a hit-by-pitch, and one run ... picked up a double in a 3-for-3 performance on the road against Villanova in the final series of the season ... also hit a double against Villanova in the final game of the season ... named to the 2012-13 BIG EAST All-Academic Team.

Before St. John's: Captain of her softball team at Simsbury High School ... batted .363 as a sophomore ... .409 as a junior ... and .600 as a senior ... member of the CT Mirage U12 until U18 and the Northern CT Girls Softball League team U14 and U16 ... awarded Central Connecticut All Conference Softball Team from 2010 to 2012 ... named to the Hartford Courant All-Courant Softball Team in 2012 and received honorable mention the previous two years ... named to the New Haven Register All Star Girls Softball Third Team in 2012 ... in her sophomore season she led her team to the Class LL semi-finals and the team was named the Class LL CCC-West Champions in the same year.

Personal: Daughter of Robert and Gloria Williams ... sisters Abbey and Molly ... volunteered with the Special Olympics and the Immaculate Conception Homeless Shelter ... majoring in childhood education ... strives to teach in Africa for a while then pursue a career teaching in New York City.


Career Highs:
At Bats:
4, two times, last vs. Presbyterian (2/6/15)
Runs: 2 vs. Rhode Island (3/8/15)
Hits: 3 at Villanova (5/4/13)

RBI: 4 vs. Providence (4/11/15)

Williams Up Close...
Why did you choose St. John's? I love the atmosphere and the location.
Favorite Movie: Easy A
Favorite Athlete: Jorge Posada
Favorite Book: Amazing Grace by Jonathan Kozol


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