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Where are they now?

Jennie Finch broke numerous records during her four-year pitching career at the University of Arizona. In 2001, Finch lead her team to a second-place finish at the Women’s Softball Championship and, when she graduated in 2002, she was the team’s leader in strikeouts, shutouts and innings pitched. Finch represented the United States at the 2004 and 2008 Olympics, where the U.S. won gold and silver medals, respectively. In 2010, Finch co-authored “Throw Like a Girl: How to Dream Big and Believe in Yourself”. She currently conducts softball camps across the country.

What people are saying

“Student-athletes are successful in the classroom and in competition because of the university-wide emphasis on balancing academics and athletic success. They learn to set priorities so they can balance the time demands. They seem to have an innate drive to be successful in all of their endeavors and leave campus prepared to excel  in life.”

- Christine Hailey, College of Engineering Dean and Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Utah State University

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