Chat With Former Golden Bear and Olympian Michele Granger
Jan. 7, 2010
BERKELEY - Four-year letterwinner with the Cal softball team and XX-time Olympian Michele Granger is set for an exclusive live interview on MakeItPro TV on Thursday, Jan. 7 at 5 p.m. PST. The live interactive webcast, which is free to all, can be seen at http://www.makeitpro.com/tv.
Fans can also Granger questions on her profile page, which can be found by clicking here.
Granger helped the U.S. national team to a gold medal at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.
One of the top pitchers in the history of NCAA softball, Granger was a four-time All-American at California between 1990-93, completing her career with a 119-52 mark and a 0.46 ERA. She owns 20 school records and five NCAA marks and holds the distinction of being a four-time All-Pacific Region selection, a four-time All-Pac 10 choice and a four-time Honda Sports Award finalist. She established what was then an NCAA record with 1,640 strikeouts during her career and had 25 no-hitters and five perfect games as a Golden Bear. She still holds Cal records in a variety of categories, including career victories (119), games (183), games started (162), complete games (155), innings pitched (1,202), strikeouts (1,640) and shutouts (94).