Gromacki Helps USA to World Cup Victory

Aug. 2, 2010

FULLERTON, CA - Cal State Fullerton head softball coach Michelle Gromacki added to her national team resume in July, helping guide the USA Softball Women's National Team to a 5-1 victory over Japan and its fourth-consecutive World Cup title in Oklahoma City, OK.

Team USA finished 6-1 overall in the event, holding opponents to a .127 average and outscoring them by a 33-6 count. The Red, White, and Blue opened tournament play with four straight shutouts over Canada (9-0 in six innings), Japan twice (5-0 and 8-0), and the USA Futures team (1-0) before suffering its first loss, 5-2, to Canada.

The United States rebounded with another shutout of the USA Futures team, 3-0, before topping 2008 Olympic Gold Medalists and 2010 World Championship silver medalists Japan in the finale.

More information on the World Cup of Softball can be found by clicking here.

Earlier in the month, Gromacki helped the United States to a seventh-consecutive, and ninth overall, gold medal at the International Softball Federation's Women's World Championships in Venezuela.

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