Multiple gold medals: United States (3).

1996United States, China, Australia
2000United States, Japan, Australia
2004 United States, Australia, Japan

U.S. Medal-Winning Softball Teams

1996 (gold medal): P–Lisa Fernandez, Michele Granger, Lori Harrigan and Michele Smith; C–Gillian Boxx and Shelly Stokes; INF–Sheila Cornell, Kim Maher, Leah O'Brien, Dot Richardson, Julie Smith and Dani Tyler; OF–Laura Berg, Dionna Harris; Manager–Ralph Raymond. Final: USA over China, 3-1.

2000 (gold medal): P–Lisa Fernandez, Lori Harrigan, Danielle Henderson, Michele Smith and Christa Williams; C–Stacey Nuveman and Michelle Venturella; INF–Jennifer Brundage, Crystl Bustos, Sheila Douty, Jennifer McFalls and Dot Richardson; OF–Christie Ambrosi, Laura Berg, Leah O'Brien-Amico; Manager–Ralph Raymond. Final: USA over Japan, 2-1.

2004 (gold medal): P–Lisa Fernandez, Jennie Finch, Lori Harrigan and Catherine Osterman; C–Stacey Nuveman and Jenny Topping; INF–Crystl Bustos, Jaime Clark, Lovieanne Jung and Natasha Watley; OF–Laura Berg, Nicole Giordano, Kelly Kretschman, Jessica Mendoza and Leah O’Brien-Amico; UT–Tairia Flowers, Amanda Freed and Lauren Lappin ; Manager–Mike Candrea. Final: USA over Australia, 5-1.


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