2012-2013: Did not make it into the competition lineup during her junior season.
2011-2012: 4-2-1 regular season and post season combined record in Equitation on the Flat... 4-0 regular season record in Equitation on the Flat... 0-2-1 postseason record in Flat action... Won in her first competition of the season against TCU on Sept. 30, a 72-70 decision in Equitation on the Flat... Improved to 2-0 on Feb. 11 with a 79-77 win at No. 10 UT-Martin... defeated her Tiger opponent by 14-points as part of a 4-1 Flat win against No. 1 Auburn on Feb. 24 as the Gamecocks upset the top-ranked Tigers, 12-6... Improved to 4-0 on March 16 at Delaware State, beating her opponent, 81-63... Competed at the Southern Equestrian Championships, where she went 0-1-1... In the SEC opening round victory over No. 3 Auburn on March 30, she held her Tiger opponent to a 152-152 tie... Competed at NCEA's, going 0-1 in Flat action... Second-year letter winner.
2010-2011: 5-4 overall regular-season record... 1-1 regular-season record in Equitation Over Fences... 4-3 regular-season record in Equitation on the Flat... Competed for the first time as a Gamecock in a 85-80 loss against SMU on 9/24... Competing for the first time in Equitation Over Fences on 9/25, she defeated her South Dakota State opponent 83-77... Won her ride against Auburn 75-67 in Equitation on the Flat on 10/1... was the only Flat rider to score a point at No. 1 Texas A&M on 1/28, defeating her opponent 88-86... picked up another road win on 1/29 at Baylor, as she defeated her opponent 71-70 in Equitation on the Flat... closed out the regular season with a 73-67 win over New Mexico State in Equitation on the Flat... First-year letter winner.
High School: Her major accomplishments include earning a USEF Talent Search Gold Medal, which signifies 20 class wins. She won the Talent Search at the Devon Horse Show in 2009. She also took first place at the National Professional Horseman's Association (PHA) finals. Emma was 5th at the 2008 New England Equitation Championships and is the only rider to have won the NEEC Horsemanship competition twice. She has finished in the top 20 in the USEF Medal Finals, ASPCA Maclay Regionals, and USEF Talent Search Finals. During her junior years, Emma trained with Val Renihan.