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Osterman played on the USA National Team, where she won Olympic medals (a gold medal in 2004 and a silver in 2008) and helped the team to three World Cup Championships (2006, 2007, and 2010).Since her time at UT and with the National Team, Osterman has played pro softball as part of a Japanese team (the Toyota Shokki) and with two U. National Pro Fastpitch (NPF) organizations, the Rockford Thunder and the USSSA Pride, based in Florida.The list of accolades, awards, and records could go on but at some point, it almost seems overkill.On her thirtieth birthday this last April 16, the legendary leftie announced her retirement from pro softball at the end of this 2013 summer season with the Pride.
It wears on you.” She talked about how tired she was after the 2004 Olympics; the day after her last game, while the other National Team athletes were sightseeing and having a break in Greece, Osterman was on a plane to the States and expected to pitch at UT’s “Welcome Back, Cat” (“It was the first fall game; there was a super cool poster; the fans were great and it was wonderful.”).
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She struck out 554 batters as a UT freshman in 2002, the second-best single season total in NCAA history at the time—a record she herself topped in her junior and senior seasons.
She was the first player in NCAA history to surpass 2,000 strikeouts for a career and set records at Texas in career ERA (0.51), wins (136), shutouts (85), and no-hitters (20).