Born Dejah Monique Mulipola in Los Alamitos, California in February of 1998 to Ed Mulipola and Rosalie Leuta. Chose Arizona over Florida, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Michigan, and UCLA because of “the tradition and greatness of the softball team and school, playing for Coach Candrea and I want to win the World Series.”
Why The Fire Still Burns For Arizona Head Softball Coach Mike Candrea
Dec 10, 2020University of Arizona head softball coach Mike Candrea didn’t set out to become the winningest college coach in the sport’s history. When he enrolled at Central Arizona College, his heart was set on playing major league baseball.
USA Softball Announces U.S. Olympic Softball Team For 2020
Oct 6, 2019OKLAHOMA 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.
29 Players Vie For Spot On The 2020 USA Olympic Softball Team
Oct 2, 2019OKLAHOMA 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).