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Final List of Invitees to 2011 USA Softball WNT Selection Camp Announced

California's Jolene HendersonOKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. - The Amateur Softball Association (ASA) of America announced today the final invitees to the 2011 USA Softball Women’s National Team Selection Camp at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif., June 12-17. The 37 attendees will vie for 17 spots on the 2011 USA Softball Women’s National Team which will be announced on Friday, June 17.

The approximately 17 athletes selected to the USA Softball roster will compete in six different events in three countries. Fans in the United States will get four opportunities to see the team in action with three exhibition stops scheduled as well as the World Cup of Softball VI, July 21-25, in Oklahoma City. For ticket information on the World Cup as well as the tour stops in Plant City, Fla., Salem, Va., and Bowie, Md., go to www.usasoftball.com.


The 2011 Women’s National Team will also seek the program’s eighth Pan American Championship title at the 2011 Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico, Oct. 17-23.


Below are the eight athletes who recently accepted the invitation to compete for a spot on the 2011 USA Softball Women’s National Team:

Ashley Brignac (River Ridge, La./ULL) 
Kaylyn Castillo (Norco, Calif./Arizona State)
Cheyenne Coyle (West Hills, Calif./Florida)
Kelly Grieve (Asheville, N.C./Tennessee)
Jolene Henderson (Elk Grove, Calif./California)
Annie Lockwood (Phoenix, Ariz./Arizona State) 
Jen Mineau (Schaghticoke, N.Y./Fordham)
Christine Orgeron (New Orleans, La./ULL)

 

The ASA has made previous announcements with lists of invitees. Those who previously accepted their invitations are below.

Valerie Arioto (Pleasanton, Calif./California)
Ashley Holcombe-Bell (Fayetteville, Ga./Alabama)
Katelyn Boyd (Phoenix, Ariz./Arizona State)
Megan Bush (Anaheim Hills, Calif./Florida)
Whitney Canion (Aledo, Texas/Baylor)
Raven Chavanne (Thousand Oaks, Calif./Tennessee)
Kaitlin Cochran (Yorba Linda, Calif./Arizona State)
Brigette Del Ponte (Peoria, Ariz./Arizona)
Dallas Escobedo (Glendale, Ariz./Arizona State)
Andrea Harrison (Garden Grove, Calif./UCLA)
Taylor Hoagland (Flower Mound, Texas/Texas)
Molly Johnson (Tucson, Ariz./Kentucky)
Stacy Johnson (Reno, Nev./Iowa)
Ashley Lane (Escondido, Calif./Michigan)
Megan Langenfeld (Bakersfield, Calif./UCLA)
Whitney Larsen (Vestavia Hills, Ala./Alabama)
Jenae Leles (Sacramento, Calif./Arizona)
Blaire Luna (Austin, Texas/Texas)
Meagan May (Spring, Texas/Texas A&M)
Michelle Moultrie (Jacksonville, Fla./Florida)
Jenna Rich (El Segundo, Calif./Stanford)
Keilani Ricketts (San Jose, Calif./Oklahoma)
Brittany Schutte (Fountain Valley, Calif./Florida)
Jessica Shults (Valencia, Calif./Oklahoma)
Jordan Taylor (Valencia, Calif./Michigan)
Rhea Taylor (Buford, Ga./Missouri)
Chelsea Thomas (Pleasantville, Iowa/Missouri)
Niki Williams (Mission Viejo, Calif./Washington)
Shawna Wright (Lancaster, Calif./Washington)

-Courtesy of USA Softball