Allie Hancock
First Base 27
Last School
Basha High School
Roster Years

Career Summary

Allie Hancock Schneemann from Gilbert, Arizona, played in 129 games at both first base and in the outfield. Allie is ranked among the strongest defensive players in program history with a .989 career fielding percentage. She finished her senior season ranked No. 1 at BYU in career fielding percentage (min 350 chances). Her knowledge and understanding of the game and running the BYU defense is unmatched at BYU. During her junior season, Hancock opened up the season with a two-run homer against Stanford and solo bombs against Hawai’i and Saint Mary’s. She was named to the WCC Commissioner’s Bronze Honor Roll in 2018.  In the first game of her senior campaign, she blasted one over the fence against No. 9 South Carolina. Against San Diego, Hancock nailed a ball to the left field fence to tally her second career triple to open up the game for the Cougars and eventually give BYU an insurmountable lead. She finished her career ranked No. 7 in hit by pitches with 14. 


  • Parents are Garrett and Amy Hancock
  • Also enjoys playing volleyball (two year letter) and basketball
  • Recruited by Dixie State and Grand Canyon University
  • Major is history
  • Married former BYU baseball player Daniel Schneemann January 2019

Before BYU

  • Set the home run record at Basha High School in 2015 with 14 home runs (third in state)
  • 2015 District Player of the Year
  • 2015 All-Section First Team
  • Had a .415 batting average, .530 on base percentage and .929 slugging percentage in 2015
  • 2013 and 2014 All-Section Second Team
  • Division I state runner up in 2012
  • Played on the QC Lady Cats club team for nine years and AZ Hot Shots Gold for one year
  • Took second place in 2011 at Nationals while a member of the Lady Cats
  • Won back-to-back national titles in 2012 and 2013 with the Lady Cats
BYU Hall of Fame

Freshman Year 2016

  • Started in two games, played in 18
  • Pinch ran in multiple games
  • Scored one run in six games
  • Stole twice against Robert Morris
  • Tallied her first hit and RBI in a win at San Diego
Sophmore Year 2017

  • Pinch ran in multiple games
  • Saw time in the outfield, starting seven games and tallying six putouts
  • Hit her first career home run vs. Nevada
  • Notched a hit against Pacific
Junior Year 2018

  • Played in 49 games and started 24 this season
  • Scored nine runs on nine hits
  • Hit a two-run homer against Stanford (2/8)
  • Also crushed a home run against Hawai’i (2/16)
  • Tripled at Washington (3/3)
  • Smashed her third home run of the season against Saint Mary’s (4/28)
  • WCC Commissioner's Bronze Honor Roll
Senior Year 2019

  • Named team captain
  • Named defensive player of the year as well as most inspirational player by the coaches and teammates at the end-of-year banquet
  • Played in 42 games, starting 18
  • Ranked No. 1 at BYU all-time in career fielding percentage at .989 (min 350 chances)
  • Second on the team in fielding percentage with .994
  • Played in 42 games starting 18
  • Hit a two-run homer in the season opener against No. 9 South Carolina (2/9)
  • Recorded one run against Nebraska (2/21)
  • Tallied one RBI and one walk against UVU (3/26)
  • Scored a run against Pacific and UVU (4/17)
  • Made it home in four straight games
  • Hit a triple against USD (4/27)
  • Was 2 for 3 with two doubles and one run against SCU (5/11)
Graduate Year

Redshirt Year

Medical Redshirt Year