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#29 Natasha Watley - Profile


Profile
Position: SS
Birthday: Nov 27, 1981
Hometown: Irvine, California
Bats/Throws:  L/R
Height: 5-10"
Weight:
College: UCLA

Professional:

2012 SEASON: Watley had another outstanding season for the Pride, batting .382 on the year with 11 stolen bases, 2 HR, and 17 RBI. Watley also was voted to the Combat All NPF Team and was a recipient of The Jennie Finch Award. The Jennie Finch Award is awarded to the player who shows excellence in sportsmanship, leadership and humility both on and off the field. 

Watley was the fuel to the Pride's offense that led them all the way to winning the 2010 NPF championship. In her first season with the Pride she led with a .402 batting average, .421 on-base percentage, and 14 stolen bases. Watley was also named the MVP of the National Championship Series, while hitting her first home run of the season in the final game of the 2010 Championship Series in Sulpher and batting .429 in the playoffs. Currently, Natasha is a member of Team Toyota in the Japan Softball League, continuing an international career she began in 2007. She was a member of the Philadelphia Force during the 2006 season and prior to that was a member of the New York/New Jersey Juggernaut in 2005. 2010 marks Watley’s first season with the USSSA Pride.

College:

A four-time, first-team All-American, All-Region and All-Pac-10 selection, Honda Award winner, Honda-Broderick Cup, 2003 NCAA Champion, All-Women's College World Series Honors, 2004 Olympic Gold Medalist, 2008 Olympic Silver Medalist, Gold Medalist at KFC World Cup of Softball, the Canada Cup and the Japan Cup