Athletes Unlimited Announces Draft and Open Tryouts For 2021 Season
May 1, 2021April 30, 2021, New York, NY - On a day when Athletes Unlimited announced major new additions to the roster of signed players for the 2021 season, it also announced today that it will conduct its first College Draft for qualifying NCAA Softball Players. The Draft will be streamed on Facebook on May 10th at 8 PM ET and feature the participation of some of the biggest names in sports as guest presenters including Miami Marlins General Manager Kim Ng and ESPN Broadcaster Jessica Mendoza. Athletes Unlimited also announced that it will host Open Tryouts June 25 – 26 for elite softball players to showcase their skills with the hopes of being invited to compete in Athletes Unlimited’s second softball season to be held at Parkway Bank Ballpark in Rosemont, IL, from August 29 – September 27.
Cat Osterman Crowned First Athletes Unlimited Champion
Sep 29, 2020By 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.
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Athletes Unlimited & Topps Partner To Produce Exclusive Trading Cards
Sep 4, 2020Athletes 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.
Cat Osterman To Step Away From Texas State Softball Program
May 11, 2020SAN 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.