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Softball Player

Wang Lihong

Wang Lihong About Softball pitcher who competed in the 1996 and 2000 Olympics, winning silver in 1996 in Atlanta. Other Informations She played softball in school growing up. She made seven appearances in the 1996 games and three in 2000. She grew up with her family in China. Fellow Chinese athlete Ge Fei also medaled …

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Jennie Finch

Jennie Finch About Former softball pitcher who led Team USA to gold at the 2004 Summer Olympics and silver at the 2008 Olympics. She became an ESPN analyst for college softball in 2011 and in 2018, she became a contestant on Dancing with the Stars. Other Informations She was a three-time All American pitcher and first …

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Michele Mary Smith

Michele Mary Smith About Softball star who won gold medals at the 1996 and 2000 Summer Olympics as a member of the US national team. Other Informations She had a horrific accident as a teenager that nearly destroyed her elbow; instead, she returned to softball better than ever. She played professionally in Japan, where she …

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Tammy Williams

Tammy Williams About Softball shortstop who set numerous records during her time with the Northwestern University Wildcats. She was later named Rookie of the Year in the National Pro Fastpitch league and led the Chicago Bandits to their first title. Other Informations She was born in Roscoe, Missouri and attended Osceola High School. She was …

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Megan Willis

Megan Willis About Softball catcher who’s played for the Chicago Bandits, Rockford Thunder, and USSSA Pride of National Pro Fastpitch. She was a second round draft pick in 2007. Other Informations She was a defensive standout at the University of Texas, twice being named Big-12 Defensive Player of the Year. She has a degree in …

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Sydney Romero

Sydney Romero About Team USA Softball player who would play collegiate softball for the University of Oklahoma. She became a WBSC Junior Women’s World Championship gold medalist. Other Informations In high school, she batted an astounding .545 over her 92 game career. She missed her high school graduation to play for Team USA. She and …

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Yukiko Ueno

Yukiko Ueno About Softball pitcher best known for throwing the first-ever Olympic perfect game in 2004 against China. Other Informations She was an extremely talented teen softball player before making her Olympic debut as a 22-year old. She led Japan to a gold medal at the 2008 Olympics, after a bronze medal at the 2004 …

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Lauren Chamberlain

Lauren Chamberlain About Professional softball player known for playing for the Oklahoma Sooners, she broke home run records and was given the Best Record-Breaking Performance ESPY Award. Other Informations She played for El Toro High School and won most valuable player three years consecutively. She joined the USSSA Pride National Pro Fastpitch women’s softball league. …

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Natasha Watley

Natasha Watley About Dynamic softball infielder who led team USA to a gold medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics. Other Informations She was a dominant player at UCLA, where she was a first team All-American all four years. She entered the National Pro Fastpitch league in 2005 with the New York/New Jersey Juggernaut. She was …

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Madison Shipman

Madison Shipman About Professional softball player who was selected second overall by the Florida Pride in 2014. She hit .344 with 28 runs batted in as a rookie. Other Informations She played collegiately at University of Tennessee, winning SEC Player of the Year honors as a senior. She hit 44 home runs and had 207 RBI …

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Lauren Haeger

Lauren Haeger About Two-time national championship winning softball player for the University of Florida with numerous accolades, perhaps most impressively becoming the first player in NCAA history to record 60+ career home runs and 60+ wins as a pitcher. She then turned professional, playing for the Dallas Charge. Other Informations She played travel softball with …

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Kelly Barnhill

Kelly Barnhill About Softball pitcher who rose to fame for her career playing for the Florida Gators between 2016-2019. She won the ESPY Award for Best Female College Athlete in 2017 before being named the NCAA Division I Softball Academic All-American of the Year in 2018.  Other Informations She pitched 22 no-hitters throughout her high school …