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Sheena Lawrick (born June 22, 1983) is a Canadian softball infielder. Born in Calgary, Alberta, Lawrick was a student at the University of Nebraska. She was a part of the Canadian Softball team who finished fifth at the 2004 Summer Olympics and fourth at the 2008 Summer Olympics. Notable International Softball accomplishments: 2014 Induction to Softball Alberta Hall of Fame 2012 World Softball Championships- Tournament Leader in Hits (11) .500 avg 2012 Named to the TFS All-World Softball team 2010 World Softball Championships- Bronze medal 2008 Olympic Games- Beijing, China- 4th place - Softball

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  • Sheena Lawrick (born June 22, 1983) is a Canadian softball infielder. Born in Calgary, Alberta, Lawrick was a student at the University of Nebraska. She was a part of the Canadian Softball team who finished fifth at the 2004 Summer Olympics and fourth at the 2008 Summer Olympics. Notable International Softball accomplishments: 2014 Induction to Softball Alberta Hall of Fame 2012 World Softball Championships- Tournament Leader in Hits (11) .500 avg 2012 Named to the TFS All-World Softball team 2010 World Softball Championships- Bronze medal 2008 Olympic Games- Beijing, China- 4th place - Softball
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  • Sheena Lawrick (born June 22, 1983) is a Canadian softball infielder. Born in Calgary, Alberta, Lawrick was a student at the University of Nebraska. She was a part of the Canadian Softball team who finished fifth at the 2004 Summer Olympics and fourth at the 2008 Summer Olympics. Notable International Softball accomplishments: 2014 Induction to Softball Alberta Hall of Fame 2012 World Softball Championships- Tournament Leader in Hits (11) .500 avg 2012 Named to the TFS All-World Softball team 2010 World Softball Championships- Bronze medal 2010 World Softball Championships- 2nd top hitter (.611 avg) 2008 Olympic Games- Beijing, China- 4th place - Softball 2004 Olympic Games- Athens, Greece- 5th place - Softball
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