2010: Deleissegues appeared in all 31 matches her senior season. She led the team with 419 digs, ending up second on the career digs list. She had a season-high 19 digs twice throughout the year, once at Arizona State (Sept. 3) and once against CSU Bakersfield (Nov. 19). Out of her 31 matches, she notched double-digit digs in 29 of them.
2009: Emily played in all 28 matches and 99 games for the season. She was second on the team with 42 assists, and led the Redhawks ith 397 digs, averaging 4.01 per game. She reached double figures for digs in 21 matches, coming up with 26 in back-to-back games against USD and North Dakota on Sept. 25 and 26, and earned another 20 digs just four days later against Portland. Was one of three players on the team to play in every game of the season.
2008: Emily was the starting libero for the first 16 matches of the season before getting hurt and missing the rest of the campaign. She averaged a team-high 3.02 digs per game, finishing with 169 digs before the injury. She reached double figures in digs eight times, including a season high of 22 digs against Penn on September 27. She performed well against Pac-10 schools, collecting 17 digs against Washington State, 11 digs in the home opener against Oregon State, nine digs at Oregon, and 14 digs at Elite Eight participant Washington.
2007: Appearing in 22 matches, Deleissegues led the team with 352 defensive digs, the sixth-highest single season total in Seattle University history. Her average of 4.82 digs per game was fourth-best in SU history. She reached double figures in digs 17 times, with a high of 38 digs at Northwest Nazarene on Sept. 8, the third-highest single match dig total in school history.
Anzar HS: Deleissegues was a three-year captain for the Hawks. She was named honorable mention All-League in her freshman and sophomore years before moving up to First Team All-League in her junior and senior seasons. She finished her high school career with 1,299 digs and 245 service aces and also earned the volleyball team's Hawk Award for Leadership three consecutive years. She was named a top scholar-athlete by both Hollister Freelance Newspaper and KION-TV 46.
Personal: Deleissegues is majoring in business management with a minor in Spanish. Born November 21, 1988, she is the daughter of Sherry and David Deleissegues.