Natasha Watley (born November 27, 1981) is an African-American, former collegiate 4-time First Team All-American, left-handed hitting softball player for the UCLA Bruins, USA Softball Women’s National Team and USSSA Pride, originally from Irvine, California. She plays the position of shortstop and first base, and helped the Bruins win a national championship and Team USA the gold medal for softball at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens and the silver for the Beijing Olympics. She is the first African-American female to play on the United States Softball team in the Olympics. She owns numerous records for the Bruins and is one of select NCAA players to bat at least .400 with 300 hits, 200 runs and 100 stolen bases. She is the career hits leader in the National Pro Fastpitch.

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  • Natasha Watley (Canoga Park, 27 novembre 1981 - ) est une joueuse de softball américaine. Elle remporta en 2004, une médaille d'or en softball aux Jeux olympiques d'Athènes puis une médaille d'argent avec l'équipe américaine de softball à ceux de 2008. (fr)
  • ナターシャ・ワトリー(Natasha Watley, 1981年11月27日 - )は、アメリカ合衆国のソフトボール選手。ポジションは内野手。ソフトボールアメリカ合衆国代表。 (ja)
  • Natasha Watley (born November 27, 1981) is an African-American, former collegiate 4-time First Team All-American, left-handed hitting softball player for the UCLA Bruins, USA Softball Women’s National Team and USSSA Pride, originally from Irvine, California. She plays the position of shortstop and first base, and helped the Bruins win a national championship and Team USA the gold medal for softball at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens and the silver for the Beijing Olympics. She is the first African-American female to play on the United States Softball team in the Olympics. She owns numerous records for the Bruins and is one of select NCAA players to bat at least .400 with 300 hits, 200 runs and 100 stolen bases. She is the career hits leader in the National Pro Fastpitch. (en)
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  • Natasha Watley (Canoga Park, 27 novembre 1981 - ) est une joueuse de softball américaine. Elle remporta en 2004, une médaille d'or en softball aux Jeux olympiques d'Athènes puis une médaille d'argent avec l'équipe américaine de softball à ceux de 2008. (fr)
  • ナターシャ・ワトリー(Natasha Watley, 1981年11月27日 - )は、アメリカ合衆国のソフトボール選手。ポジションは内野手。ソフトボールアメリカ合衆国代表。 (ja)
  • Natasha Watley (born November 27, 1981) is an African-American, former collegiate 4-time First Team All-American, left-handed hitting softball player for the UCLA Bruins, USA Softball Women’s National Team and USSSA Pride, originally from Irvine, California. She plays the position of shortstop and first base, and helped the Bruins win a national championship and Team USA the gold medal for softball at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens and the silver for the Beijing Olympics. She is the first African-American female to play on the United States Softball team in the Olympics. She owns numerous records for the Bruins and is one of select NCAA players to bat at least .400 with 300 hits, 200 runs and 100 stolen bases. She is the career hits leader in the National Pro Fastpitch. (en)
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