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Michelle Moultrie


Height: 5' 3"
Position: Outfield
B/T: L/R
Hometown: Jacksonville, Fla.
School: University of Florida
Graduation: 2012


2012 SEC Player of the Year
2011 Co-Most Outstanding Player at the NCAA WCWS
Was a Member of ASA Gold Coast Hurricanes who finished second at 2009 ASA18U Gold Nationals


2014 Women's National Team Member
- World Cup of Softball Gold Medalist
- Hit .316 (6-for-19) with three RBI and five runs scored
- ISF World Championship Silver Medalist
- Hit .217 (5-for-23) with five RBI, one HR and four runs scored
2013 Women's National Team Member
-World Cup silver medal
- Hit .357 with two RBI and five runs scored
-Mayor's Cup and Pan Am Games Qualifier Gold Medal
- Hit .407 with three triples, 11 RBI and 14 runs scored
2012 Women's National Team Member
-ISF World Championships Silver Medalist
-World Cup Champion
2011 Women's National Team Member
- World Cup Champion
- Hit .294 (5-for17) with one RBI and five runs scored
- Pan American Games Champion
- Hit .500 (9-for-18) with 10 RBI and a team high 10 runs scored
-Canadian Open Fast Pitch Silver Medalist

2012 Top Ten Finalist for USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year
2012 SEC Player of the Year
2012 NFCA First Team All-American
2012 Top 11 Finalist for USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year
2012 First Team All-SEC
2012 SEC All-Defensive Team
2011 NFCA Third Team All-American
2011 Capital One Academic Third Team All-American 
2011 All-Southeast Region Second Team
2011 Second Team All-SEC honors
2010 All-SEC Second Team selection
2010 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2009 SEC All-Freshman Team 
2009 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll

Parents: Clarence and Cynthia Moultrie
Siblings: Alicia, Kristina, Kyrina, Terence and Daniel
Favorite sport besides softball: Basketball
What it means to represent the United States: It is an honor to play for the United States of America. Our country has a standard of excellence and class and we get the opportunity to be a part of that through the sport of softball. It's a blessing to be in a position that young girls dream of achieving, giving me the ability to inspire the next generation.
What she loves about softball: I enjoy the life lessons that the game continually teaches. Lessons like preparation, hard work, working with others, mental toughness, dealing with failure, dealing with success and much more.
Interesting fact: A two-time NFCA All-American at the University of Florida, Moultrie was a walk on to the softball team.  She would later also earn the 2012 SEC Player of the Year.  She's now an assistant coach at Samford University.


Three favorite books: The Bible, Redeeming Love and anything by Beth Moore
Three things I love doing: Reading, cooking and relaxing with family
Three favorite movies: Pride and Prejudice, The Sound of Music and You've Got Mail
Three favorite TV shows: Downton Abbey, Castle and Family Feud
Three favorite things about playing for USA Softball: My teammates, inspiring young girls and competing for the Gold
Three favorite websites: Yahoo, Amazon and Twitter
Three things I must have when I leave the house: My phone, wallet and keys

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