- Catherine Leigh Osterman
- Houston Texas
- United States
- USA Womens Softball Player
- Long Legs Great Butt
- Playing with big bats and big balls Showering with team mates Runs bases nude
Cat Osterman Biography
Catherine Leigh "Cat" Osterman is an American athlete and was one of the pitchers on the USA Women's Softball Team which won the gold medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics. She is also pitching at the 2008 Summer Olympics on the US softball team.
She started playing softball in first grade before quitting to play soccer and basketball. Cat found her way back to the diamond in fifth grade, when she was filling in as a backup pitcher for a little league team. She completed her collegiate eligibility in 2006 at the University of Texas at Austin, where she was a starting pitcher for the Longhorns 2002-2006.
Osterman held the NCAA Division I career strikeout record with 2,265 strikeouts over her four year career, surpassed by Monica Abbott on May 6, 2007, but Cat is still the NCAA all-time leader for stikeouts per 7 innings, 14.34 (as she pitched far fewer innings than Abbott). Cat also currently holds the Big 12 record with 25 Pitcher of the Week awards and the Big 12 record with four Pitcher of the Year awards. Osterman pitched a total of 20 NCAA career no-hitters and 10 NCAA career perfect games.