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  1. Cat Osterman Crowned First Athletes Unlimited Champion

    Cat Osterman Crowned First Athletes Unlimited Champion

    Sep 29, 2020

    By Athletes Unlimited

    Two-time Olympic medalist and former University of Texas standout Cat Osterman became the inaugural Athletes Unlimited Softball Champion after earning 2,408 points over the five-week-long season competing against 56 of the world’s best players at Parkway Bank Sports Complex in Rosemont, Illinois. Jessie Warren (2,020), Victoria Hayward (1,860), and Erika Piancastelli (1,840) rounded out the top four, and Haylie McCleney was named GEICO Defensive Player of the Year.

  2. Team Osterman Holds Strong In Athletes Unlimited Game 16

    Team Osterman Holds Strong In Athletes Unlimited Game 16

    Sep 14, 2020

    By Bruce Miles, Athletes Unlimited

  3. Athletes Unlimited Game 12/Week 2 Wraps Up

    Athletes Unlimited Game 12/Week 2 Wraps Up

    Sep 8, 2020

    By Bruce Miles

  4. Athletes Unlimited & Topps Partner To Produce Exclusive Trading Cards

    Athletes Unlimited & Topps Partner To Produce Exclusive Trading Cards

    Sep 4, 2020

    Athletes Unlimited announced an agreement with The Topps Company to create an online exclusive trading card set commemorating the inaugural softball league starting today, Sept. 4, on the Topps website.

  5. Cat Osterman To Step Away From Texas State Softball Program

    Cat Osterman To Step Away From Texas State Softball Program

    May 11, 2020

    SAN MARCOS, Texas — Texas State University softball assistant coach Cat Osterman has stepped away from the program to pursue future personal endeavors, head coach Ricci Woodard announced Monday morning.

  6. Texas Softball To Retire Cat Osterman's Jersey Number

    Texas Softball To Retire Cat Osterman's Jersey Number

    Jan 22, 2020

    AUSTIN, Texas – Legendary Longhorns pitcher Cat Osterman will have her No. 8 jersey officially retired on March 25 as part of ceremonies surrounding Texas' mid-week home contest against UT Arlington at Red & Charline McCombs Field.

  7. USA Softball Announces U.S. Olympic Softball Team For 2020

    USA Softball Announces U.S. Olympic Softball Team For 2020

    Oct 6, 2019

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s been 4,210 days since the last time a U.S. Olympic Softball Team roster has been named, but the dream to represent the United States on the highest stage became a reality today for 18 athletes*. USA Softball is proud to announce its 15-person roster and three replacement players that will compete next July in the 2020 Games in Tokyo, Japan where the U.S. will look to reclaim the Gold Medal. USA Softball previously announced Ken Eriksen (Tampa, Fla./Head Coach at South Florida) as Head Coach for the 2020 roster who will guide the team.

  8. 29 Players Vie For Spot On The 2020 USA Olympic Softball Team

    29 Players Vie For Spot On The 2020 USA Olympic Softball Team

    Oct 2, 2019

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Softball Capital of the World® will turn Red, White and Blue as 29 Olympic hopefuls arrived in Oklahoma City for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Softball Team Selection Trials. Held through October 6 on Field 3 at the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex, athletes will vie for a spot on the 15-player roster and three replacement athlete roles on the 2020 Women’s National Team (WNT).

  9. Invitees Announced For 2019 USA Softball National Team Selection Trials

    Invitees Announced For 2019 USA Softball National Team Selection Trials

    Oct 2, 2018

    OKLAHOMA CITY - USA Softball announced today the list of athletes invited to participate at the 2019 USA Softball Women’s National Team (WNT) Selection Trials to be held January 1-6, at the Eddie C. Moore Softball Complex in Clearwater, Fla. Those athletes who accepted the invitation to try out will vie for 18 spots on the 2019 USA Softball WNT Training Team roster that will compete at the USA Softball International Cup and select international events. The roster will then be trimmed to 15 athletes to participate in the Pan American Games, slated for July 31-August 11 in Lima, Peru.