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Lisa Fernandez Junior Fastpitch Challenge
...Lisa Fernandez

o Birthday: February 22, 1971
o Assistant coach at UCLA
o Member of the Board of Trustees of the Women's Sports Foundation

Gold medalist at Athens Olympic Games, Pitching and playing 3rd base.

Gold medalist at Sydney Olympic Games where she had complete game victories in both the semi-final and gold medal games. Established the Olympic record with 25 strikeouts in a round-robin game against Australia. Finished the Games with 52 strikeouts, a 2-1 record and a 0.47 ERA. Also hit a two-run home run against Italy.

Gold medal winner at the Pan American Games. Posted 3-0 pitching record with 0.00 ERA, including a no-hitter against Cuba. Batting, she delivered the game-winning hit against Canada in gold medal game, and finished with a .381 average, including three doubles and nine runs scored. o On USA Gold squad that won the Canada Cup in Surrey, British Columbia. Named tournament MVP after 3-0 record with 0.00 ERA, 40 strikeouts and no walks in 20.2 innings, and a .348 batting average (8-for-23, including two triples and a home run), five runs scored and four RBI.

Helped lead the USA to a gold medal at the ISF Women's World Championship, when, during the title game against Australia, she hit the winning home run and pitched a one-hit shutout. She finished the tournament with a 5-1 record, 0.00 ERA and 66 strikeouts. At the plate, she hit .275 (11-for-40) with two home runs and 10 RBI. o Led the USA to a gold medal at the South Pacific Classic in Christchurch, New Zealand. She was named Most Outstanding Pitcher after posting a 2-0 record - including a perfect game versus Australia in the gold medal game - with a 1.11 ERA and 25 strikeouts. She also contributed with a .316 average (6-for-19, with a home run) five runs scored and five RBI.

Silver medalist at Superball in Columbus, GA. She went 2-0 with a 0.00 ERA and a team-high 26 strikeouts in 17 innings. At the plate, she hit .267 (4-for-15, with a triple) and two runs scored. o Led the U.S. to 10-0 record during American Challenge Series. She was 3-0 with a 0.32 ERA and 43 strikeouts.

Gold medalist at the Atlanta Olympic Games. She posted a 1-1 record with a 0.33 ERA, and a team-high 31 strikeouts in 21 innings. She had a perfect game through 9 2/3 innings against Australia before giving up a solo home run in the bottom of the 10th in a 2-1 loss. She picked up her first win in the semifinals with a 1-0 decision over China, and then got the save in the gold medal game versus China. On offense, she hit .348 (8-for-23, with a home run), with five RBI and five runs scored.

Gold medal winner at Superball in Columbus, GA

Won a gold medal at the ISF Women's World Championship. Went 1-0 with 2.00 ERA as a pitcher, and hit .293 (11-for-28) with six runs scored and three RBI. o Gold medal winner at the Pan Am Qualifier, where she went 4-0, including a perfect game and a no-hitter, with a 0.00 ERA. She recorded 48 strikeouts in 28 innings and hit .511 (23-for-45), with five triples, 16 runs & 12 RBI.

Gold medalist at the Intercontinental Cup in Holland

Won the gold medal at the Women's World Challenger Cup in Beijing, China
Participant in the Tri-Nation Challenge in Japan

Gold medalist at the Pan American Games

Won a gold medal at the ISF Women's World Championship in Normal, IL. Pitching record of 2-0 with 0.00 ERA and 15 strikeouts in 14 innings. At the plate she went 3-for-3, including a double, with an RBI and two runs. College: Attended UCLA
o Four-time NCAA All-American
o Two-time NCAA Women's College World Series Champion
o Compiled a 93-7 career record for a .930 winning percentage, the NCAA career record
o Three-time Honda Award winner for softball (1991-93), presented to the country's best player
o Won 1994 NCAA Top VI Award, which honored top six senior student-athletes in all NCAA divisions (I, II & III)
o Led the nation in hitting and pitching in 1993, with a .510 batting average and a 0.25 ERA
o Presented the 1993 Honda-Broderick Cup, naming her as the most outstanding collegiate female athlete

Played for WPSL Gold, a team consisting of 2000 Olympians, for the 'Tour of Fastpitch Champions.'. Led the team with a .400 batting average and also posted an 11-1 pitching record with a 0.31 ERA and 83 strikeouts.

o Member of seven ASA Women's Major National Championship teams (1990-92, 1996-99)
o Nine-time ASA First-Team All-American (1990-93, 1995-99)
o Four-time Bertha Tickey pitching award winner at the ASA Major National (1992, 1997-99)
o Six-time MVP at the ASA Women's Major National (1991-92, 1996-99)
o ASA Sports Woman of the Year in 1991 and 1992

Selected to the USA Softball National Training Team Stats on Lisa:
Finalist for the Women's Sports Foundation's Flo Hyman Memorial Award

USOC Athlete of the Month for July o Finalist for the Women's Sports Foundation's Sportswoman of the Year Award
o Finalist for the James E. Sullivan Memorial Award, annually presented to the country's top amateur athlete
o Pitched five consecutive perfect games on pre-Olympic tour, a feat believed to be unmatched in softball history. Finished the tour with seven perfect games - inlcuding one contest where she struck out all 21 batters she faced - a 12-0 record and 0.00 ERA. She recorded 188 strikeouts and allowed just eight hits and two walks in 79.1 innings. At the plate, posted team-high .464 batting average (58-for-125), with 41 runs scored, 11 doubles, nine home runs and 52 RBI.

Gold medalist at the National Team Festival in Fresno, CA. Led the festival with 33 strikeouts in 21 innings.

Led the East squad to the gold medal at the USA Softball National Team Festival in Midland, MI. She led all pitchers with a 3-0 record and 37 strikeouts. At the plate, she hit .381 average with one home run and two RBI.

Member of the gold medal-winning North team at theU.S. Olympic Festival

Competed in the U.S. Olympic Festival in St. Louis, MO o USA Softball Leadership Award winner

Runner-up for the Babe Zaharias Female Athlete of the Year Award

Gold medalist in the U.S. Olympic Festival in Los Angeles, CA

Past Tornament Winners
year team w / l
2011 HCAW 4 : 1
2010 German National U16 4 : 1
2009 Siou-Fong Highschool 7 : 0
2008 Catch, NL 5 : 1
2007 Catch, NL 5 : 0
2006 Poland Nationalteam 5 : 0
2005 German Allstars 5 : 0
2003 Tex Town Tigers, NL 4 : 1
2002 Bavarian Allstars 4 : 1
1996 Onze Gezellen, NL 6 : 0

Past Tornament Best Pitchers
year name team result
2011 Nienke Verhofstad Alcmaria Victrix, NL 3.89
2010 Mara Lagler German U16 1.24
2009 Lin Ying Hsin Siou-Fong, TW 0.00
2008 Janna Dose Neunkirchen Nightmares 0.77
2007 Nina Hecker Roef!, NL 0.00
2006 Janeke Ogink Neunkirchen Nightmares
2005 Maureen Masters Great Britain Nationalteam 0.00
2003 Virginie Anneveld Tex Town Tigers, NL 0.00
2002 Sina Wirth Hessen Allstars 0.88
1996 Marijanne Hoekstra The Herons, NL 0.70

Past Tornament Best Hitters
year name team result
2011 Shanna Te Vrede HCAW, NL .636
2010 Eva van Knegsel ROEF!, NL .625
2009 Kuo Chi Hsuan Siou-Fong, TW .800
2008 Laura Muis Catch, NL .680
2007 Lauren True DSC, NL .670
2006 Pauline Wijders Spaarnwoude, NL
2005 Miriam Kemmer German Allstars .570
2003 Sophie Froud Great Britain Nationalteam .857
2002 Valentina Mommer Bavarian Allstars .857
1996 Annemarie Roest Onze Gezellen, NL .600

Past Tornament M.V.P.
year name team result
2011 Ilona Andringa HCAW, NL
2010 Alisha Theissen German U 16
2009 Kao Wan JU Siou-Fong, TW
2008 Gwen Brinkman Catch, NL
2007 Olga Wieders Catch, NL
2006 Natalia Wyrwas Poland Nationalteam
2005 Alina v.Bruck German Allstars
2003 Kirsten Holshof Tex Town Tigers, NL
2002 Pia Konrad Bavarian Allstars
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