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Michele Granger was born on 15 January, 1970 in Placentia, California, United States. Discover Michele Granger's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 50 years old?
|Age||51 years old|
|Born||15 January 1970|
|Birthplace||Placentia, California, United States|
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Granger would depart with California Golden Bears career records in wins, innings pitched, shutouts and strikeouts and still claims school dominance in all those categories except wins. She holds the now-named Pac-12 innings and shutout records, as well as strikeouts for both her single game record totals. Finally, she holds the no-hitter crown at 25 and ranks second all-time in shutouts, third in perfect games (5), 6th in innings, 9th in strikeouts and 15th in ERA overall (10th for a four-year career) in the NCAA Division I.
She nabbed her second and third Hall of Fame entries on the same night, November 9, 2006, by being inducted into the Amateur Softball Association (ASA) and International Softball Federation (ISF) Softball Halls of Fame.
1993: As a senior, Granger posted 9 no-hitters (one a perfect game) and for the final time repeated all-season honors. Her no-hitters are the Senior Class and all-time NCAA season record; she also set the career record by reaching 25. For her fourth All-American honor, Granger, along with Lisa Fernandez became the first NCAA Division I softball players to be named to the First Team in four consecutive seasons. She broke her own strikeout total with 484, which led the conference and Nation—as she had all three years prior—and set a new NCAA season record, bettering Lisa Ishikawa's 1984 total of 469. On February 22, she broke Shawn Andaya's career strikeout record in an 8-0 win over the Northwestern Wildcats. Granger would reach a career record total of 1,640 and currently remains inside the top-10 all-time.
1992: Adding 6 more no-hitters (another top-5 NCAA season record), two perfect games and all-season honors, Granger would break her own shutout record by pitching 26, which is the Junior Class record and was second all-time only to Debbie Nichols' NCAA Division I total of 36, set in 1988. In addition, that season's no-hitters gave her a career 16 to break the record originally held by Lisa Ishikawa (14).
1991: Granger threw four no-hitters and one perfect game. She broke and set school season records for wins, strikeouts (both led the Pac-10) and shutouts, all of which now rank top-5 all-time for the Bears; she also set a career best WHIP. And she maintained her hold on the best season strikeout ratio, improving by two strikeouts per inning from the previous year, and strikeouts overall for that year to again be honored All-American and All-Pac-10.
For one of her no-hitters, Granger set a school, NCAA Sophomore Class and overall single 7-inning game record for strikeouts when she whiffed 21 batters in a 3-0 win over the Creighton Bluejays on March 22, 1991.
1990: Resuming her freshman season, Granger twirled 5 no-hitters (a season top-5 and NCAA tying Freshman Class record), led her team with a career best ERA and posted the best strikeout ratio with the most strikeouts in the NCAA to garner National Fastpitch Coaches' Association All-American status and All-Pac-10 honors. This also led her to a conference Triple Crown for the best ERA, wins and strikeout totals.
1989: On February 16, Granger tossed her first career no-hitter against the New Mexico State Aggies, an 8-0, 5-inning perfect game. Owing to an inflammation in her pitching hand, Granger withdrew midway through the season to recover.
Granger was a standout pitcher from 1985–1988 and still holds national top-10 records for career ERA (0.10), no-hitters (36) and strikeouts (1,635). On two occasions she also struck out a single game record 21 batters over 7 innings pitched during her 1986 and 1987 campaigns. Against La Mirada High School on June 2, 1988, Granger ended her career tallying 40 strikeouts in the Southern Section 3-A softball semifinals.
As a sophomore, Granger would also make her first Team USA roster during the summer of 1986 and competed at the World Championships under head coach Ralph Raymond. She remained a member until after the 1996 Olympics.
Michele Marie Granger (born January 15, 1970) is an American, former collegiate 4-time NCAA Division I First Team All-American and medal winning Olympian, left-handed softball pitcher originally from Placentia, California. She played four seasons, over five years, for the California Golden Bears from 1989-1993. She is a champion at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics for Team USA softball. She currently holds numerous pitching records for the Bears, is the Pac-12 career shutouts leader and simultaneously the NCAA Division I leader in no-hitters (25), along with several other top-10 career records. She is a USA Softball Hall of Fame inductee.
On March 28 Granger threw her 85th career shutout over the Sacramento State Hornets to claim a new NCAA Division I record. At the close of the season she would have a grand total of 94, now second best all-time. Granger set another single game record in a 12-inning battle with the Oregon Ducks on March 30, posting a career best 26 strikeouts to crack the record of 25 held by Debbie Doom. This single game record now stands second all-time in the NCAA and is the Senior Class record.