Posted June 1st, 2006 by Brian
Filed under: Softball

[tag]Cat Osterman[/tag] was dominant today in Texas’ win over Arizona State in the opening round of the Women’s College World Series. Osterman recorded 18 of the 21 outs via the strikeout and her offense is able to provide just enough for the Longhorns to pick up the 2 – 0 win and head into the winner’s bracket.

Cat had the Sun Devil hitters off balance all game long. They swung at pitches out of the zone while watching strikes go right down the middle, they were intimidated and had no interest in being in the batter’s box. The Texas offense didn’t light up the scoreboard but Amber Hall’s clutch hit scored second baseman Chez Sievers in the fourth inning to go up 1 – 0. Desiree Williams then lead off the fifth with a line shot off the left field foul pole to put the Longhorns up two, an almost insurmountable lead with Osterman in the circle. Osterman retired the last 18 Sun Devil batters to finish off the game.

The team will face the Arizona Wildcats Friday at 5pm on ESPN2.


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  1. reply to  #1


    Cat Osterman is my hero and she is my favorite pitcher to watch in all her softball games

  2. reply to  #2


    cat osterman is the hottest sports entertainer!

  3. reply to  #3


    she is a hero i am so proud of her taking both of the teams she plays on she is a great pitcher I LOVE HER

  4. reply to  #4

    shaila faletogo

    Cat Osterman is my hero she is the best softball player in the world… I play softball as well and i am a left handed pitcher and i want to be just like Cat Osterman.. I would also like to meet her if i did that would be the best thing that has ever happened to me….. Cat Osterman is my hero!!!!!

  5. reply to  #5

    shaila faletogo

    Cat Osterman is AWESOME i love ehr i play softball to and im am a left handed pitcher i want to be just like ehr when i grow up.. she is my idol!!! I LOVE HER!!!!

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