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Granger to be Inducted into Two Softball Hall of Fames
Courtesy: Cal Athletics  
Release:  02/16/2006

Feb. 16, 2006

Former Olympic and Cal pitcher Michele Granger will be inducted into both the ASA National Softball Hall of Fame and International Softball Federation Hall of Fame this year. Both organizations voted on their inductees at the end of 2005.

Granger was the winning pitcher when the USA Softball team that won the sports' first Olympic gold medal in 1996. At the 1996 games, Granger finished with a 2-0 record, a 0.87 ERA and 25 strikeouts. Granger, who now resides in Davis, Calif., compiled a 13-7 record in five U.S. Olympic Festivals, went 4-0 in two ISF World Championships and 9-0 in three Pan American Games. She holds record for most consecutive strikeouts in a Women's Major Fast Pitch National Championship (18).

Granger played for Cal from 1989-93. She is the Golden Bears' all-time career leader in wins (119), games played (183), games started (162), complete games (155), innings pitched (1,202.2), strikeouts (1,640), shutouts (94), no-hitters (25) and perfect games (5).

-CalBears.com-


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