8 current and former Pac-12 student-athletes selected to 2022 USA Softball Women's National Team
SAN FRANCISCO - Eight current and former Pac-12 student-athletes were among the 18 selected to the 2022 USA Softball Women's National Team World Games roster on Friday.
The selections were made at the conclusion of a four-day selection process by the Women's National Team Selection Committee (WNTSC). The team will represent the United States and compete this July at the 2022 World Games in Birmingham, Ala., which will signify as the 2022 World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) World Cup.
The Pac-12's eight representatives are the most of any conference (SEC - 6, Big 12 - 2, CAA - 1).
|Megan Faraimo (alternate)||UCLA||P||R-Jr.|
|Sami Reynolds (alternate)||Washington||OF||Sr.|
|Gwen Svekis (alternate)||Oregon||C||2018|
Washington head coach Heather Tarr was named the new leader of the U.S. National Team in October. Since becoming UW's head coach in 2005, Tarr has become the winningest coach of any sport in Huskies' history.
During her tenure, she led Washington to its first National Championship in 2009, while also producing 24 All-Americans, including two-time USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Danielle Lawrie.
The 2022 USA Softball Women’s National Team World Games roster includes eight veterans from the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team that won silver in Tokyo, including Mulipola, Aguilar, Nickles and Carda. Flippen was an alternate.
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