Stacey Nuveman

Stacey Nuveman

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:26 Apr,1978
:41 years, 4 months
:Los Angeles, California, United States
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About Stacey Nuveman

Stacey "Nuvey" Nuveman-Deniz (born April 26, 1978) is a former collegiate NCAA Division I 4-time First Team All-American, National Champion winning, right-handed hitting softball player originally from La Verne, California. She played for the UCLA Bruins at the catcher position. She also won two Olympic gold medals and one silver medal for Team USA and holds the NCAA softball career records for home runs (90), slugging percentage (.945%) and intentional walks (81). She is also one of six players to possess a .400 batting average along with at least 200 RBIs and 50 home runs.

Stacey Nuveman Achievements

-NCAA career home run leader (90)

-NCAA career slugging percentage leader (.945%)

-4-time First Team All-American

-Three-time Pac-10 Player of The Year

-Today's Top VIII Award (Class of 2003)

Nuveman was voted into the UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame in 2012.

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