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Alisa Haber

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Alissa Haber is a three-time All-American and All-Pac 10 selection.
Haber entered her senior season with a .395 career batting average,
a clip which stands only behind that of two time Olympian Jessica
Mendoza in the Cardinal record books. In 2010, Haber led the Cardinals,
hitting .448 with 64 hits, including 13 doubles, two triples, five home runs,
and 29 RBI.

A member of the U.S. National Team, Haber helped lead
Team USA to the 2009 Canada Cup Championship and captured the
gold medal with Team USA at the KFC World Cup of Softball in
Oklahoma City. In addition to her game winning hit in the championship
game, she provided critical home runs against Japan and Australia and
was a part of the USA Softball Team that captured gold at the 2009 Japan
Cup in Sendai City, Japan. In 2010, Haber was nominated for the Lowe's
Senior Class Award and was recognized as a top-ten finalist in the competition.
U.S. Olympic Committee honors USA Softball's Alissa Haber, Women's
National Team USA Softball July 14, 2010 World Champion outfielder
Alissa Haber was voted the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) Female Athlete
of the Month for June 2010, based on her record breaking play at the 2010 ISF
Women's World Championship in Caracas, Venezuela, the USOC announced
today. The USA Softball Women's National Team was also selected as June
2010's Team of the Month for their performances leading to a seventh
consecutive World Gold Medal.
"It is a tremendous honor for Alissa and the Women's National Team to be
singled out as the top performers in the U.S. Olympic Movement for June
2010," Amateur Softball Association (ASA) Executive Director Ron Radigonda
said. "When you look at the list of nominees, you see there was no shortage
of outstanding accomplishments for U.S. athletes, and we are incredibly proud
that our athletes were recognized as the absolute best of the best. Softball is
in a difficult time right now. But these awards, the worldwide participation in
the ISF Women's World Championship and the upcoming World Cup of
Softball in Oklahoma City, proves that our athletes and our sport are
still thriving."

Vicky Galindo

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Bats: Left
Throws: Right
College: University of California at Berkeley
National Team Experience
- 2008: Silver Medalist at 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China
- 2007: Gold medalist at Pan American Games
- Hit .375 (3-for-8) with two runs scored
World Cup Champion (2)
- Hit .467 (7-for-15) with six RBI and one homerun
- Hit 8-for-13 (.615) at the Canada Cup with five RBI and seven runs scored
- 2006: Gold medalist at ISF World Championships
- Hit .250 (2-for-8) with a double and three RBI
World Cup Champion
- Hit .333 (2-for-6) with two RBI and three runs scored
- 2005: Gold medalist at Pan Am qualifier
- 2004: Member of USA Schutt Elite Team at Canada Cup and Champions Cup
- Hit .415 (22-53) with 12 runs and a team-high five doubles and 12 RBI
At UC Berkeley
- Led the Cal Bears to the Women's College World Series three times
- Two-time NFCA First-team All American
- Named to 2003 All-WCWS Team
- Earned Pac-10 Conference Honors every season played
- Graduated in 2005
Other Accomplishments
- Head Coach West Valley College (2009-2010)
- Assistant Coach at San Jose State University (2007-2009)
- Member of NPF Chicago Bandits (2006 and 2007)
- Undergraduate assistant at UC Berkeley (2006)
- Graduate of James Logan High School (2001)