2013: Hitting in the middle of the order, Yarnall provided the Eagles with extra base power. She was second on the team in stolen bases and third in homers, RBI and sacrifice bunts. Yarnall had eight homers, six doubles and was fourth on the team in slugging percentage (.496). She started all 49 games the Eagles played and was the starting right fielder.
2012: Yarnall played in 58 games as an outfielder, catcher and designated player. She started 55 games.
2011: Yarnall saw time in the outfield and at catcher. Yarnall was one of AU’s hottest hitters during the 2011 trip to Florida. She started 16 games as a freshman.
High School: As a senior, Yarnall was first team All-Federal League and second team all-district and All-Northeast Ohio. During her career, Yarnall was a two-time, first team all-conference pick and earned honorable mention honors once. As a senior, she led the team with a .441 batting average, .775 slugging percentage and 34 RBI. Her RBI total led the county. Yarnall had 45 hits her senior year. She was part of a team that won a Division I state championship. That was the first state title in school history. Yarnall lettered three times on the diamond.
Personal: Yarnall is the daughter of Dale and Denielle Yarnall. She is a biology major.