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Sarah Pauly (born January 24, 1983) is an American, former collegiate All-American, right-handed softball pitcher originally from Phoenix, Arizona. She played for the Corpus Christi Islanders from 2002-2005 and owns virtually all the pitching records. She is the Big South Conference career strikeouts, ERA, shutouts, strikeout ratio, no-hitters and perfect games leader in just three seasons. She joined the National Pro Fastpitch in 2006 and currently has the most wins and innings pitched through her 11 seasons. She is one of five NCAA Division I pitchers to win 100 games, strikeout 1,000 batters, maintain a sub-1.00 ERA and average double digit strikeouts for a career.

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  • Sarah Pauly (born January 24, 1983) is an American, former collegiate All-American, right-handed softball pitcher originally from Phoenix, Arizona. She played for the Corpus Christi Islanders from 2002-2005 and owns virtually all the pitching records. She is the Big South Conference career strikeouts, ERA, shutouts, strikeout ratio, no-hitters and perfect games leader in just three seasons. She joined the National Pro Fastpitch in 2006 and currently has the most wins and innings pitched through her 11 seasons. She is one of five NCAA Division I pitchers to win 100 games, strikeout 1,000 batters, maintain a sub-1.00 ERA and average double digit strikeouts for a career.
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  • Sarah Pauly (born January 24, 1983) is an American, former collegiate All-American, right-handed softball pitcher originally from Phoenix, Arizona. She played for the Corpus Christi Islanders from 2002-2005 and owns virtually all the pitching records. She is the Big South Conference career strikeouts, ERA, shutouts, strikeout ratio, no-hitters and perfect games leader in just three seasons. She joined the National Pro Fastpitch in 2006 and currently has the most wins and innings pitched through her 11 seasons. She is one of five NCAA Division I pitchers to win 100 games, strikeout 1,000 batters, maintain a sub-1.00 ERA and average double digit strikeouts for a career.
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