Team Mizuno Roster

Players
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Hometown:

La Mirada, CA
Birthdate:
09/03/1980

Jennie Finch

Career Highlights
  • Won two Olympic medals and seven world championships with the U.S. national team
  • "Most famous softball player in history" according to Time Magazine
  • Two-time Pan American Gold Medalist (2003, 2007)
  • Two-time World Cup Champion (2006, 2007)
  • Won 60 consecutive games at University of Arizona
  • Three-time World Champion
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Hometown:

Port Coquitlam, B.C.

Jenn Salling

Career Highlights
  • 2011 Named Female Athlete of the Year at the WESPYs
  • 2011 Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Year
  • 2011 NFCA Second-Team All-American
  • 2009 Member of the University of Washington National Championship team
  • Four-year member of the Canadian National Team
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Mike Stith

Career Highlights
  • Head Coach Orange County Batbusters 2010-current
  • Head Coach Team Mizuno 2012–2013 16U Premier Champions
  • Asst Coach Orange County Batbusters (Gold) 2004-2010
  • ASA National Championships 2004 and 2006
  • Asst. Coach CA Cruisers 2002 and 2003
  • Head Coach Tuff E Nuff Softball 1996-2001
  • ASA National Championships in 1997, 1998 and 2000
College Softball
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Bradley

Career Highlights
  • Regional Appearance 2009
  • 2009 Missouri Valley Conference Tournament Champion
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Cal State Northridge

Career Highlights
  • 4 time National Champion Division II
  • 24 All Americans Division II
  • 14 Regional appearances in Division II
  • 5 time Conference Champion Division I
  • 13 Division 1 All Americans
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Long Beach State University

Career Highlights
  • 5 WCWS appearances
  • 19 Regional appearances
  • 4 Big West Conference Titles
  • 8 Final Four Appearances
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Nebraska

Career Highlights
  • 20 All-Time NCAA Tournament Appearances
  • #1 in the Big 12-Best Seven WCWS Berths (2002 l 1998 l 1988 l 1987 l 1985 l 1984 l 1982)
  • 18 Conference Championships
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Oklahoma State University

Career Highlights
  • 15 NCAA Appearances
  • 6 WCWS Appearances
  • 18 All Americans
  • 3 Olympians from three different countries (USA, Canada, Australia)
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San Jose State University

Career Highlights
  • 3 All Americans
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St. Joseph's University

Career Highlights
  • Overall record 579-506-6
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University of Nevada-Reno

Career Highlights
  • Two-time Western Conference Champions
  • Produced 34 America East All-Conference selections, including nine first-team selections
  • 1 NCAA Regional appearance
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Miami University

Career Highlights
  • Three MAC Tournament Championships
  • 12 All-Region Awards and 62 All-Mac Honors
  • Three MAC Freshman of the Year Award Winners
  • Two-Time MAC Pitcher of the Year
  • Four MAC Tournament MVPs
  • Overall Record of 139-90 Since 2008 with a MAC East Crown, Two NCAA Tournament Wins and Two MAC Tournament Titles
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University of Washington

Career Highlights
  • Three Pac 10 Championships
  • 17 NCAA appearances
  • 9 WCWS appearances
  • 20 All Americans
  • 2 Olympians
  • 3 times in championship game at WCWS
  • One NCAA D1 National Title
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Yavapai College

Career Highlights
  • One National Championship - NJCAA
  • Three World Series Appearances
  • Three Regional appearances
  • Eight All Americans
  • 17 All Conference players
  • 12 All Region players
  • Member of NJCAA, 3rd year of existence
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Pima Community College

Career Highlights
  • Ranked #9 Nationally 2011
  • National Champions 2004 and 2006