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         Softball Olympic Sports:     more books (27)
  1. Former Olympic Sports: Softball
  2. Olympic Competitors by Sport: Olympic Gymnasts, Olympic Medalists by Sport, Olympic Softball Players, List of Olympic Medalists in Athletics
  3. 2004 Women's Olympic Softball Team, Sports Illustrated, August 30, 2004 issue. Also, Justin Gatlin-The Fastest Man In The World. by Sports Illustrated, August 30, 2004 issue. Also, Justin Gatlin-The Fastest man in the world. 2004 Women's Olympic Softball Team, 2004
  4. Softball: Softball, Fastpitch softball, Chicago, Olympic sports, American football, 1996 Summer Olympics, International Softball Federation
  5. A Basic Guide to Softball (Official U.S. Olympic Committee Sports) by United States Olympic Committee, 1998-12-15
  6. Baseball and Softball Reader (Easy Olympic Sports Readers) by United States Olympic Committee, 2004-11-03
  7. A Basic Guide to Softball (Official U.S. Olympic Committee Sports) by Suzanne Ledeboer, 2001-01-01
  8. Softball. (Official Sports) (The 1991 ISSOG: Special Olympics International): An article from: Palaestra by Glenda Cloutier, 1992-01-01
  9. Sports Illustrated August 30, 2004 Women's Olympic Softball Team, Athens Olympics Coverage, Jimmy Conners/Tennis
  10. Etched in Gold: The Story of America's First-Ever Olympic Gold Medal Winning Softball Team by Ron Babb, 1997-06
  11. A Baseball All-Star (The Making of a Champion) by Brendan January, 2005-09-15
  12. Softball (A.S.a. Junior Olympic) by Paul Brown, 1979-01
  13. Softball at the Summer Olympics
  14. Beisbol En Accion / Baseball in Action (Deportes En Accion) (Spanish Edition) by Sarah Dann, John Crossingham, 2005-11

61. BBC - Radio 4 - Today - Olympic Sports
below to tell us which of these five current olympic sports you would most liketo see banished from the arena Table Tennis, softball, Baseball, Modern





11 Apr 2003
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Which are the Worst Olympic Sports?
This week the International Olympic Committee is meeting in Mexico to discuss - among other things - whether some Olympic sports should be ejected from the competition.
With rugby players, surfers and golfers all pushing for Olympic status, is it time for the ping-pong players and pentathletes to do the sporting thing and bow out? Click the button below to tell us which of these five current Olympic sports you would most like to see banished from the arena - Table Tennis, Softball, Baseball, Modern Pentathlon or Badminton. LINKS The Official Olympics website BBC Sport The BBC cannot be held responsible for the content of external websites Pushing to join the Olympic club Just a parlour game? Privacy

62. Australian Sports Commission Media Releases 2000
Australian sports Commission's New CEO Announced 13th November; Sporting Activity Brisbanepitchers spearhead Aussie softball bid for olympic gold - 13th
Media Releases - 2000

63. Aust Olympic Yth Festival
Australia, East Asia and in some sports the world competition will be staged at theOlympic venues including Shooting Centre at Cecil Park and softball at the
Return to Home Page 17 sports and 1400 elite junior athletes …. That’s the make-up of the second Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF) to be staged in Sydney early next year. The expanded competition was announced today by the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) which has committed $3 million to stage the five day event from the 8 th th of January 2003. "Our first Olympic Festival in 2001 was a resounding success and more sports have been added this time round" said AOC Secretary General Bob Elphinston. "Such is the popularity of the AYOF 25 of the 28 summer Sports Federations wanted to participate and ultimately the AOC would like to include them all" he said. The new sports added to the 2003 program are Archery, Badminton, Fencing, Judo, Shooting, Softball, Table Tennis, Tae Kwon Do, Water Polo, Weightlifting and Wrestling, "Badminton, Fencing, Judo and Wrestling are sports where we are less developed and looking to improve" Elphinston said. The AOC has invited all countries from the East Asian Region and it’s expected Australia’s future Olympians will compete against teams from China, Japan and South Korea. "These countries are the world super powers in many of those disciplines," he said.

64. Longwood Softball
Lancers. News items, a team history, pictures, results and a game schedule.Category sports softball Carolinas-Virginia Athletics Conference...... Riley later played on the gold medalwinning team at the 1990 olympic sports Festival.She has also played on five national champion softball teams during the
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    Head Coach Kathy Riley
    Kathy Riley is in her sixth year as head coach of the Longwood softball program during 2002-03. The 2002 Lancers finished 37-14 overall, 19-3 (runners-up) during the CVAC regular season en route to claiming the program's first CVAC Tournament Championship. The tournament title gave Longwood its first post-season NCAA Regional Tournament appearance as Riley was named the conference Coach of the Year. Riley is now 157-84-1 (.651%) through five years at the University. Riley led the 2001 Lancers to a record of 26-14-1, including another runner-up finish during the CVAC regular season at 12-3-1. Longwood was 34-23 in 2000, including a runner-up finish at the CVAC Tournament. The Lancers were a school-record 38-15 during 1999, and were 22-18 during Riley's first year of 1998. Riley previously coached at fellow CVAC member Mount Olive (N.C.) from 1993-97, gaining conference 'Coach of the Year' accolades in 1997 and 1995. Riley was 85-79 during four seasons at Mount Olive, gaining 57 victories during the past two campaigns. She also coached volleyball at the North Carolina school and garnered conference 'Coach of the Year' honors in that sport in 1994. Prior to her time at Mount Olive, Riley coached basketball and softball at Goldsboro (N.C.) High School for a year following eight years of working with the Houston (Texas) Flames AAU women's basketball team which won two National AAU Championships.

65. Native American Sports Council
s SUMMIT represent 14 of the 28 sports on the 2004 olympic Games program, andmedal hopefuls representing 19 olympic sports will have softball, Leah Amico.
Sports Athletes Events Olympics ... HOME N E W S A Community Based Multisport Member of the United States Olympic Committee Home News Sports Athletes ... NASC NEWS ATHLETES ANNOUNCED FOR SUMMIT 2004 "RIDING THE WAVE TO ATHENS"
For Immediate Release October 24, 2002 COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – The United States Olympic Committee’s SUMMIT 2004 “Riding the Wave to Athens” is slated to kick off Thursday, November 7 and will end with the annual wrap-up breakfast on Sunday, November 10. Media members are encouraged to RSVP for this event by November 1, as the breakfast is the only opportunity during SUMMIT 2004 to interview the Athens Olympic Games hopefuls. Media members planning to attend should RSVP to Jeff Howard in the USOC Media and Public Relations Division at 719-866-4536. The Athlete SUMMIT should not be confused with the bi-annual Media Summit, which will takeplace in 2004.

66. Australian Institute Of Sport - Softball
Australian sports Commision Logo, AIS Program Highlights 2000 olympic Year TheAustralian softball Team added another bronze medal to their olympic Medal



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AIS Program Highlights... 2000 Olympic Year
  • The Australian Softball Team added another bronze medal to their Olympic Medal Tally at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games. The entire Softball Team were AIS Scholarship holders in 2000. One of the highlights of the Olympics was once again scoring a win against the USA Team, however the win didn’t come at the right time for the Australian team as the results below will show.
  • The Australian Team defeated the USA in Game 18, with an inspirational performance from Peta Edebone who hit a 2 run home run to win the game 2-1. However, Australia faced Japan in the Major Semi Final and the team was unable to score a run, which put them into the Preliminary final against the USA. The winner of this game would advance into the Gold Medal Game with the loser winning the Bronze Medal. Unfortunately, Australia could not score off the USA’s power pitchers and finished the Olympic Games tournament with the Bronze Medal. Results: Australia v New Zealand 3-2 Australia v Italy 7-0 Australia v Canada 1-0 Australia v Japan 0-1 Australia v USA 2-1 Major Semi-Final Australia v Japan 0-1 Preliminary Final Australia v USA 0-1 Australia Winning Bronze Medal Gold Medal Game USA v Japan 2-1 Australia won the Canada Cup defeating Atlanta Olympic Silver Medalists-China in the Final 7-0. The Australian players were rewarded for their fantastic performances as follows:

67. Softball - Iowa State University - Official Athletic Site
Besides softball, Crowe has devoted a great deal of time to team handball. coach forthe North Team in women’s team handball at the US olympic sports Festival

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Excellence is something that ISU head softball coach Ruth Crowe has achieved as an athlete and coach, and it is something that she is looking to instill in her athletes at Iowa State. Crowe is in her seventh season as the leader of the Cyclone softball program and looks to lead a youth-laden squad through a tough non-conference slate and an always difficult Big 12 conference schedule. With Crowe at the helm, the 2002 season showed great improvement as ISU won 19 games for the first time since the 1999 season. Two Cyclones earned first-team All-Big 12 honors, while one earned second-team honors. Six players also earned academic all-Big 12 honors. Erica Martinez was named a third-team Easton All-American and has become ISU’s career home run leader with 22. Lindsey Herrin led the Big 12 in batting average leader with a .383. The 2002 squad once again played some of the top teams in the country. ISU played seven NCAA Tournament teams last season, four of which came out of the Big 12. The Cyclones also squared off against three opponents who reached the Women’s College World Series. In 2001, several milestones and records were met or broken. Erica Martinez and Kimi Yoshizawa earned first-team all-Big 12 honors. Martinez was also named to the Louisville Slugger Midwest region second team. Martinez finished the year with seven home runs, placing her second on the ISU all-time single-season charts and moving herself up to third in the Cyclone career home-run rankings.

68. Olympic Sports - Dimensions - Softball
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69. Sports, Maybe
ATHLETES (if you play these sports, you are an athlete speed skating, synchronizedswimming, boxing, cricket, horse racing (horse), softball (olympic).

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ATHLETES: (if you play these sports, you are an athlete)
Baseball (except DH), basketball, football (except kickers), hockey, soccer, singles tennis, racquetball, track, most of field, swimming, wrestling, water polo, beach volleyball, cross country skiing, gymnastics, speed skating, synchronized swimming, boxing, cricket, horse racing (horse), softball (Olympic) MARGINAL ATHLETES: (if you play these sports, you might be an athlete)
Doubles tennis, squash, 4 man volleyball, curling, figure skating, softball (recreational), Dennis Rodman NOT ATHLETES: (if you play these sports, you are not an athlete)
Baseball DH, football kickers, bowling, golf, table tennis, shooting, diving, polo, car racing (driver), 6 man volleyball, archery, downhill skiing, sumo wrestling, billiards, horse racing (jockey) My favorite part about this little list my friends and I (thanks Nick and Eric) conjured up is that there's a good chance a number of you are offended. Typically, I would take satisfaction at the thought of you squirming and writhing with anger, but now that we have this beautiful interactive medium, I'm giving you the chance to speak your mind. Send me your comments about our little list, and I'll post them, unedited, for the whole world to see. Do your best to make me look stupid, I bet you can't do as good a job as I.

St. Joe softball Team Advances May 20; Huntington Girls Win Tennis Title May 20. EXCLUSIVE. Message Boards. Final Football 120 Baptist sports Combine.

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72. - The Official Website Of Syracuse University Athletics
Official site with roster, schedule, statistics and news for Orangewoman softball.Category sports softball Big East Conference...... Ten Orangewomen softball StudentAthletes Named to Athletic Director'sHonor Roll. Julie Dunn. SYRACUSE, NY - Ten members of the Syracuse

73. Rutgers Athletics Olympic Sports Hall Of Fame
The Rutgers olympic sports Hall of Fame.
FOOTBALL SOCCER-MEN SOCCER-WOMEN CROSS COUNTRY ... RU ALUMNI COMMUNITY Select a Sport - Fall - Football Soccer (M) Soccer (W) Field Hockey Cross Country Volleyball (W) Golf Tennis (M) Tennis (W) - Winter - Basketball (M) Basketball (W) Fencing Gymnastics Swimming Track (M) Track (W) Wrestling - Spring - Baseball Softball Lacrosse (M) Lacrosse (W) Crew Golf Tennis (M) Tennis (W) Track (M) Track (W) Cheerleading Athletics Bands The Rutgers Olympic Sports Hall of Fame In an effort to honor the best and brightest athletes and individuals from Rutgers’ glorious athletic history, the university dedicated a Hall of Fame to its 27 Olympic Sports (all sports except football, men’s and women’s basketball) in 1994. Since 1994, there have been six classes inducted by the University, totaling 54 individuals. The Hall of Fame Display, which is a gift from the class of 1956, is on display in the North corridor of the Louis Brown Athletic Center. Class of 2001 Jeffrey Klepacki Matthew Bolger Charles Gantner Jennifer Heggie Blackwell Class of 2000 Al Treves Darrin Winston Robert Andrews Boris Pendergrass ... Jennifer Dore-Terhaar Class of 1999 Jack Daut Bobby Joe Esposito Heather Jones Malcolm McLaren ... Eric Young Class of 1998

74. Rutgers Athletics Olympic Hall Of Fame Class Of 1998
The Rutgers olympic sports Hall
FOOTBALL SOCCER-MEN SOCCER-WOMEN CROSS COUNTRY ... RU ALUMNI COMMUNITY Select a Sport - Fall - Football Soccer (M) Soccer (W) Field Hockey Cross Country Volleyball (W) Golf Tennis (M) Tennis (W) - Winter - Basketball (M) Basketball (W) Fencing Gymnastics Swimming Track (M) Track (W) Wrestling - Spring - Baseball Softball Lacrosse (M) Lacrosse (W) Crew Golf Tennis (M) Tennis (W) Track (M) Track (W) Cheerleading Athletics Bands The Rutgers Olympic Sports Hall of Fame Class of 1998 FRANK ELM - A 31-year veteran of the coaching ranks at Rutgers, Frank Elm was recognized as one of the finest swimming and diving coaches in America. Three times he was named to the coaching staff of the U.S. Olympic team; twice as an assistant (1968 and 1976) and in 1980 he was named head coach of the U.S. team, the largest American swimming and diving team assembled at that time. He also coached the 1967 U.S. Pan American Games team, and two U.S. National Teams that toured Japan in 1975 and the Soviet Union in 1981. At Rutgers, Elm can best be described as the driving force in the development of the swimming and diving program. He developed 10 Olympic swimmers- two gold medal winners, several Pan Am Games swimmers, five of whom won gold medals. He also tutored several individual and national championship swimmers as well as national relay champions. He oversaw the development of the women's swimming and diving program at Rutgers, a team that went undefeated from 1973-75. Near the end of his career, he was able to help oversee the construction of the Sonny Werblin Recreation Center, one of the finest swimming and diving facilities in America.

75. ASA*USA Junior Olympic Softball
state office will be in attendance to answer your questions and highlight the 2003Sports Federation/ASAuUSA softball program. JUNIOR olympic MEETING SCHEDULE Olympic Softball/asausajosb.htm
State Tournament Results

JUNIOR OLYMPIC SOFTBALL SEASON! The MSF, which is the local association of the Amateur Softball Association in Minnesota, sponsors a Junior Olympic (J.O.) fastpitch and slowpitch program in 10-under, 12-under, 14-under, 16-under and 18-under age divisions for all ability levels. Membership with the MSF affiliates you with the Amateur Softball Association u USA Softball (ASA u USA). By affiliating your league with the ASA u USA-MSF, it provides your team with membership benefits and the opportunity to advance to post-season tournament play at the state, Northern national and national levels. MEMBERSHIP CONDITIONS
To receive the services listed below and be eligible to send a representative(s) to ASA u USA-MSF post-season tournament play, all of the teams in the league must be members. For example, if a league has sixteen teams, all sixteen teams must be ASA u USA-MSF members to receive the membership services listed below. A minimum of five teams must participate per age division in order to receive "eligible league" status.

76. Olympic Games Books
Books on olympic sports and Athletes. A Basic Guide to Badminton (Official USolympic sports Series) Jeff Klemsak(Editor) Paperback / Published 1997.
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by John Naber (Editor) (Perfect Paperback - February 1999) by U.S. Olympic Committee (Editor) (Hardcover) Fiercely Driven by Chris Lori, Ken Lori (Contributor) (Paperback) One Day in September : The Full Story of the 1972 Munich Olympics Massacre and the Israeli Revenge Operation, Wrath of God by Simon Reeve (Hardcover - September 2000) Gold in the Water: The True Story of Ordinary Men and Their Extraordinary Dream of Olympic Glory by P. H. Mullen Jr. (Hardcover) First to the Wall, 100 Years of Olympic Swimming by Kelly A. Gonsalves, et al Listed under Swimming The Amateurs David Halberstam Listed under Rowing The Ancient Olympic Games Judith Swaddling Paperback: 112 pages Univ of Texas Pr; ISBN: 0292777515; 2nd edition (January 2000) Ancient Olympics (Olympic Library) Richard Tames Library Binding / Published 1995 A Basic Guide to Archery U.S. Olympic Committee

Official site of SEC softball with news and standings.Category sports softball Southeastern Conference......SEC softball Roundup 2/14 02/14/2003 Check out all of Friday's SECsoftball action, including LSU's split at the UNLV Classic.

78. Sports: Florida Softball
printer version. Florida softball. By ANTONYA ENGLISH, Times Staff Writer ©St. Back to sports. © Copyright St. Petersburg Times. All rights reserved.
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By ANTONYA ENGLISH, Times Staff Writer
published February 8, 2002 2001 RECORD: 37-28, 14-15 SEC. COACH: Karen Johns (37-28, second season). KEY RETURNING PLAYERS: Jr. 3B Jennifer Mossadeghi (.317, team-high 34 runs, top returning batter); So. SS Jenilee Garner (.316, 18 runs, 44 starts at four positions); Jr. C Bree Berger (.289, started every game, including 26 at catcher and 37 at designated player; threw out 19 of 27 batters). KEY NEWCOMERS: 1B Ashley Cutcliff (Zionsville, Ind.); 2B/SS Mandy Schuerman (Riverview East Bay); C Ashlie Goble (Pine, Col., Mullen); P Amanda Knowles (Fort Lauderdale Aquinas). THE LOWDOWN: Florida opens the season today with the GRU Classic, which includes South Florida, Florida International and North Carolina. The Gators return nine starters and are deepest in the outfield, where nine players are vying for three spots. Although the Gators lost three starters at pitcher, catcher and first base, Johns believes she has the players to step up and fill those roles. The best part about this team, Johns believes, is its versatility. Several players proved during the fall season that they can be useful in many roles.

79. Division II Top 25
04/11/00 Updated 0713 PM ET. Division II Top 25. Through April 9.COLUMBIA., Mo. - The NFCA Division II poll is voted on by eight

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D ivision II Top 25
Through April 9 COLUMBIA., Mo. - The NFCA Division II poll is voted on by eight coaches, representing the eight NCAA Division II regions. Teams are listed with first-place votes, record, total points and previous ranking. Team (1st place) Rec. Pts. LW Dropped out: Others receiving votes: California (Pa.) 22, Barry (Fla.) 7, Ferris State (Mich.) 7, Assumption (Mass.) 5, Cal State Stanislaus 4, Columbus State (Ga.) 4, UC Davis 1, Kutztown (Pa.) 1.

80. NJCAA Softball Poll
03/31/99 Updated 0503 PM ET. NJCAA softball poll. COLORADO SPRINGS,Colo. - The top 15 teams in the National Junior College Athletic

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NJCAA Softball poll
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - The top 15 teams in the National Junior College Athletic Association Division I poll through March 31 with first-place votes and record: Record 1. Central Arizona (3) 45-5 2. Lake City (Fla.) (1) 43-2 3. Ricks (Idaho) 23-5 4. Central Alabama 31-1 5. Collin County (Texas) 27-10 6. Phoenix (Ariz.) 31-12 7. Navarro (Texas) 33-9 8. St. Petersburg (Fla.) 30-10 9. Walters State (Tenn.) 10-0 10. Seminole State (Okla.) 28-10 11. Gulf Coast (Fla.) 31-9 12. Chattanooga State (Tenn.) 17-5 13. Butler County (Kan.) 17-4 14. Grayson County (Texas) 25-9 15. Crowder (Mo.) 17-2 Others receiving votes: Glendale (Ariz.); Johnson County (Kan.); Utah Valley State; Lamar (Colo.); Three Rivers (Mo.); Kankakee (Ill.); Black Hawk (Ill.); Illinois Central; Wabash Valley (Ill.); John A. Logan (Ill.); Hill (Texas); Vernon Regional (Texas); Alvin (Texas); Briarcliffe (N.Y.); Manatee (Fla.); Louisburg (N.C.).

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