Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Womens Softball Players 2011

Dot Richardson
At the age of 39, Dot made the team again in 2000 and for the first time her in career, she was asked to change positions- from short stop to second base. Physically and psychologically, the change was a challenge, but one that Dot took in stride. “I have dominated this sport as a shortstop for 20 years, but I would like to say that, hopefully, I’ve been a dominating force in this sport not just as a shortstop – but also as a team player,” she said, shortly before the competition began. When the 2000 Games closed, Dot Richardson went home with her second Olympic gold medal.
Lisa Fernandez
Combat Sports worked very closely with Lisa Fernandez on the design and construction of the 2011 COMBat Lisa Fernandez Lite Fastpitch Softball Bat. The 2011 COMbat Lisa Fernandez Lite Fastpitch Softball Bat feels great and outperforms anything on the market.
Jennie Finch
Jennie Finch Softball Camps offer instruction for all positions and aspects of the game. Usually held over a Saturday and Sunday, camps offer each camper the opportunity to interact with and learn from some of the best softball players in the World, including professional, Olympic, and collegiate athletes.
Tonya Maxine
Tonya Maxine[1] Harding (born November 12, 1970) is an American figure skating champion. In 1991 she won the U.S. Figure Skating Championships and placed second in the World Championships. She was the second woman, and the first American woman, to complete a triple axel jump in competition.
Jessica Mendoza
Member of the USA Red Team that won the gold medal at the U.S. Cup in Honolulu, HI. Fifth on the team in hitting with a .300 batting average.
• Won bronze medal at the Canada Cup in Surrey, B.C., Canada. Fifth on the team in hitting with a .361 batting average, five doubles, two home runs and nine RBI.
Cat Osterman
Catherine Leigh "Cat" Osterman born April 16, 1983 (1983-04-16) (age 27), is an American athlete and was one of the pitchers on the USA Women's Softball Team which won the gold medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics and the silver medal in the 2008 Summer Olympics. She started playing softball in first grade before quitting to play soccer and basketball. Cat found her way back to the diamond in fifth grade, when she was filling in as a backup pitcher for a little league team. She completed her collegiate eligibility in 2006 at the University of Texas at Austin, where she was a starting pitcher for the Longhorns since 2002.
Natasha Watley
All softball fans should know who is Natasha Watley. Natasha Watley is currently one of the hottest softball players with USA Softball Women’s National Team.
Born in year 1981, Natasha’s talent in softball was already very prominent during her schooling days. She later was selected to part of the USA Softball team which made her the first African-American to do so.
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