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March 30, 2017
Natasha Watley’s retirement plan? Keep on winning

  By: Graham Hays More from espnW.com Natasha Watley remembers the first softball game she played. More specifically, she remembers the first time she put bat on ball and tried to run directly to third base. It is the kind of indelible experience that is difficult to forget — not that there is any chance…

August 7, 2013
Cat Osterman Changes Mind, Will Return

Fans who missed out on Cat Osterman’s farewell tour this summer are in luck. Softball’s biggest star just added a lot of additional dates next summer. And maybe summers beyond that. An Olympic gold medalist, two-time world champion and one of the most dominant strikeout pitchers in college and pro softball history, Osterman announced in…

August 19, 2011
Jessica Mendoza Sits Down With ESPNW Prim Siripipat

  USSSA Prides Left Fielder Jessica Mendoza sat down with ESPNW’s Prim Siripipat to discuss her life as a professional fast pitch player and how much it means to her to be a part of the NPF and USSSA families.   About USSSA Florida Pride: The USSSA Florida Pride is a professional franchise in the National Pro Fastpitch League…

August 18, 2011
ESPNW: No Doubt, Pride Are the Team To Beat

There is no question which team is heading to Sulphur, La., as the favorite to take home the National Pro Fastpitch softball championship. The USSSA Pride — based in Kissimmee, Fla. — are anchored by several members of the 2010 women’s national team and of the 2008 Summer Olympic silver medalists. The Pride topped the…