The United States Women’s softball team clinched another world championship against Japan 3-0. This time the hot softball pitcher was Cat Osterman, sometimes affectionately written “Kat” Osterman. She joins Jennie Finch as the two most recognized players on the team, but not to be outdone by Taryne Mowatt (not on the U.S. team) who is the hottest women’s softball pitcher in college.
You go girls. Congratulations for the big win against Japan. Photos below of all these hot softball pitchers. Have you ever seen Jennie Finch in a swimsuit? Do you think Taryne Mowatt is a party girl? And Cat Osterman is so cute! They are so hot!
Catherine (“Cat”) Leigh Osterman was born in 1983 was one of the pitchers on the USA Women’s Softball Team which won the gold medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics, and then again in the 2008 World Championships. She attended the University of Texas at Austin, where she was a starting pitcher for the Longhorns since 2002. Osterman held the NCAA Division I career strikeout record with 2,265 strikeouts over her four year career, surpassed by Monica Abbott on May 6, 2007, but Cat is still the NCAA all-time leader for stikeouts per 7 innings, 14.34 (as she pitched far fewer innings than Abbott). Osterman pitched a total of 20 NCAA career no-hitters and 10 NCAA career perfect games.
Jennie Finch, born in 1980, married Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Casey Daigle on January 15, 2005 at the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, California. Finch and Daigle welcomed a son Ace on May 4, 2006. After an induction because Finch was overdue, Ace Shane Daigle was born in Tucson, Arizona. Finch defeated Anna Kournikova in an ESPN online poll as the most attractive female athlete. Like Kournikova, Finch has modeled swimwear for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition in 2005-06.
Taryne Mowatt pitched the Arizona Wildcats to their second straight national championship in the 2007 Women’s College World Series, beating the Tennessee Lady Volunteers in the three-game championship series. She was voted Most Outstanding Player of the 2007 WCWS. Mowatt won two ESPY Awards for Best Female Athlete and Best College Female Athlete.
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