United States women's national softball team

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United States women's national softball team
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National Anthem plays before a game at the 2007 World Cup of Softball in Oklahoma City on August 22
Medal record
Competitor for  United States
Softball
Softball at the Summer Olympics
Gold 1996 Atlanta Team
Gold 2000 Sydney Team
Gold 2004 Athens Team
Silver 2008 Beijing Team
ISF Women's World Championship
Silver 1965 Melbourne
Silver 1970 Osaka
Gold 1974 Stratford
Gold 1978 San Salvador
Gold 1986 Auckland
Gold 1990 Normal
Gold 1994 St. John's
Gold 1998 Fujinomiya
Gold 2002 Saskatoon
Gold 2006 Beijing
Gold 2010 Caracas
Silver 2012 Whitehorse
Silver 2014 Haarlem
Softball at the World Games
Gold 1981 Santa Clara
Gold 1985 London
Softball at the Pan American Games
Gold 1979 San Juan
Silver 1983 Caracas
Gold 1987 Indianapolis
Gold 1991 Havana
Gold 1995 Mar del Plata
Gold 1999 Winnipeg
Gold 2003 Santo Domingo
Gold 2007 Rio de Janeiro
Gold 2011 Guadalajara
World Cup of Softball
Silver 2005 Oklahoma City
Gold 2006 Oklahoma City
Gold 2007 Oklahoma City
Gold 2009 Oklahoma City
Gold 2010 Oklahoma City
Gold 2011 Oklahoma City
Gold 2012 Oklahoma City
Silver 2013 Oklahoma City
Gold 2014 Irvine, CA
Japan Softball Cup
1st 2006 Yokohama
1st 2007 Yokohama
1st 2009 Sendai
1st 2010 Japan
Canada Cup
Gold 1999 South Surrey
Gold 2002 South Surrey
Gold 2003 South Surrey
Silver 2005 South Surrey
Gold 2007 South Surrey
Gold 2009 South Surrey
Silver 2011 South Surrey
Silver 2012 South Surrey
Bronze 2013 South Surrey
Silver 2014 South Surrey

The United States women's national softball team is the national softball team of the United States. It is governed by the United States' Amateur Softball Association and takes part in international softball competitions. The US team has been dominant in international play, taking the gold medal in three straight Olympics and seven straight world championships. They won the silver medal at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. In the 2004 Olympics the team held its opponents to one run scored in 7 games. The lone run came in a 5-1 victory over the Australian team. It was the first run scored by an opponent against the US softball team in 9 games.

On March 26, 2008, the United States Olympic softball team had their 185-game winning streak snapped in a no-hitter thrown by Virginia Tech's pitcher Angela Tincher, who struck out 10 batters in a 1-0 exhibition win for the Hokies. The no-hit win proved something extra special in this case, as Tincher had previously tried out and failed to make the 2008 US Olympic softball team.[1]

Current team[edit]

The roster of the 2014 USA national softball team is listed below.

No. Name Position Hometown College
20 Valerie Arioto 1B/Pitcher Pleasanton, California California
88 Raven Chavanne 3B/Outfield Thousand Oaks, California Tennessee
19 Amanda Chidester Utility Allen Park, Michigan Michigan
2 Sam Fischer Infield Simi Valley, California Loyola Marymount
29 Kellie Fox SS San Diego, California Arizona
27 Lauren Gibson Infield Pasadena, Maryland Tennessee
54 Jolene Henderson Pitcher Elk Grove, California California
6 Taylor Hoagland 3B/Outfield Flower Mound, Texas Texas
30 Destinee Martinez Outfield Corona, California Oklahoma
18 Haylie McCleney Outfield Morris, Alabama Alabama
12 Jessica Moore Pitcher Sutter, California Oregon
16 Michelle Moultrie Outfield Jacksonville, Florida Florida
32 Sara Nevins Pitcher Pineallas Park, California South Florida
22 Jessica Plaza Catcher Huntington Beach, California Stanford
7 Kelsey Stewart Infield/Outfield Wichita, Kansas Florida
33 Jaclyn Traina Pitcher Naples, Florida Alabama
5 Hallie Wilson 1B North Tustin, California Arizona

Head Coach: Ken Eriksen (Tampa, Fla.. – Head Coach at the University of South Florida)
Full Time Assistant Coaches: Laura Berg (Corvallis, Ore. - Head Coach at Oregon St.), Howard Dobson (Baton Rouge, Lou. - Assistant Coach at LSU), Lisa Dodd (Las Vegas, Nev. - Head Coach at UNLV)

Results Summary[edit]

All-Time Results[edit]

Results for the following international competitions could not be located:

  • 1981 World Games
  • 1985 World Games
  • 1999 Canada Cup
  • 2002 Canada Cup
  • 2003 Canada Cup
  • 2005 Canada Cup
  • 2011 Canada Cup

International friendlies were not included. The 2008 KFC Bound for Beijing Tour against colleges and NPF teams in the United States were not included as they were not against international opponents.

Summary[edit]

Year W L Pct
1965 8 3 .727
1970 8 2 .800
1974 9 0 1.000
1978 10 0 1.000
1979 13 1 .929
1982 7 3 .700
1983 10 2 .833
1986 13 0 1.000
1987 9 0 1.000
1990 10 0 1.000
Year W L Pct
1991 9 0 1.000
1994 10 0 1.000
1995 12 0 1.000
1996 8 1 .889
1998 11 1 .917
1999 12 0 1.000
2000 7 3 .700
2001 7 3 .700
2002 10 0 1.000
2003 9 0 1.000
Year W L Pct
2004 9 0 1.000
2005 3 2 .600
2006 20 1 .952
2007 24 1 .960
2008 10 1 .909
2009 22 0 1.000
2010 19 2 .905
2011 14 1 .933
2012 16 1 .941
2013 18 4 .818
Totals 342 31 .917

1965[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Feb 13, 1965 World Championship Melbourne, Australia  Australia 2-1  United States 0-1
Feb 14, 1965  United States 1-0  New Zealand 1-1
Feb 14, 1965  United States 2-0  Japan 2-1
Feb 15, 1965  United States 7-0  Papua New Guinea 3-1
Feb 16, 1965  United States 8-0  Papua New Guinea 4-1
Feb 17, 1965  United States 1-0 (10)  Australia 5-1
Feb 18, 1965  United States 3-1  New Zealand 6-1
Feb 18, 1965  United States 7-1  Japan 7-1
Feb 19, 1965  Australia 7-0  United States 7-2
Feb 20, 1965  United States 6-0  Japan 8-2
Feb 21, 1965  Australia 1-0  United States 8-3

1970[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Aug 23, 1970 World Championship Osaka, Japan  United States 13-2 (6)  Zambia 1-0
Aug 24, 1970  United States 4-0  New Zealand 2-0
Aug 25, 1970  Philippines 1-0  United States 2-1
Aug 26, 1970  United States 10-0 (5)  Mexico 3-1
Aug 27, 1970  United States 1-0  Australia 4-1
Aug 28, 1970  United States 2-1  Canada 5-1
Aug 29, 1970  United States 5-0  Chinese Taipei 6-1
Aug 29, 1970  United States 1-0  Japan 7-1
Aug 30, 1970  United States 1-0 (10)  Philippines 8-1
Aug 30, 1970  Japan 1-0  United States 8-2

1974[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Aug 8, 1974 World Championship Stratford, Connecticut  United States 10-0 (6)  New Zealand 1-0
Aug 10, 1974  United States 5-0  Canada 2-0
Aug 10, 1974  United States 1-0  Philippines 3-0
Aug 11, 1974  United States 13-0 (5)  U.S. Virgin Islands 4-0
Aug 12, 1974  United States 11-0 (5)  Puerto Rico 5-0
Aug 13, 1974  United States 17-0 (5)  Italy 6-0
Aug 14, 1974  United States 9-0  Australia 7-0
Aug 15, 1974  United States 6-0  Australia 8-0
Aug 16, 1974  United States 3-0  Japan 9-0

1978[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Oct 14, 1978 World Championship San Salvador, El Salvador  United States 8-0  Chinese Taipei 1-0
Oct 15, 1978  United States 16-0 (5)  Nicaragua 2-0
Oct 15, 1978  United States 14-0 (5)  Panama 3-0
Oct 16, 1978  United States 6-1  Belize 4-0
Oct 17, 1978  United States 1-0  New Zealand 5-0
Oct 18, 1978  United States 3-2  Italy 6-0
Oct 19, 1978  United States 4-0  Bahamas 7-0
Oct 20, 1978  United States 3-0  Australia 8-0
Oct 21, 1978  United States 1-0  Chinese Taipei 9-0
Oct 22, 1978  United States 4-0  Canada 10-0

1979[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Jul 2, 1979 Pan American Games San Juan, Puerto Rico  United States 1-0 (15)  Canada 1-0
Jul 3, 1979  United States 10-0  El Salvador 2-0
Jul 4, 1979  United States 5-0  Dominican Republic 3-0
Jul 6, 1979  Belize 2-1  United States 3-1
Jul 6, 1979  United States 12-0  Dominican Republic 4-1
Jul 7, 1979  United States 1-0  Puerto Rico 5-1
Jul 8, 1979  United States 10-0  Bermuda 6-1
Jul 9, 1979  United States 2-0  Belize 7-1
Jul 10, 1979  United States 9-0  Bermuda 8-1
Jul 10, 1979  United States 9-0  El Salvador 9-1
Jul 11, 1979  United States 5-0  Canada 10-1
Jul 13, 1979  United States 1-0  Puerto Rico 11-1
Jul 14, 1979  United States 6-0  Belize 12-1
Jul 15, 1979  United States 2-0  Puerto Rico 13-1

1982[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Jul 3, 1982 World Championship Taipei, Taiwan  United States 4-0  Australia 1-0
Jul 5, 1982  United States 4-0  Singapore 2-0
Jul 5, 1982  United States 10-0  Colombia 3-0
Jul 8, 1982  United States 10-0  Guatemala 4-0
Jul 8, 1982  United States 8-0  Belgium 5-0
Jul 9, 1982  United States 9-0  Sweden 6-0
Jul 10, 1982  Chinese Taipei 2-1  United States 6-1
Jul 11, 1982  United States 4-0  Philippines 7-1
Jul 11, 1982  Chinese Taipei 1-0  United States 7-2
Jul 11, 1982  Australia 1-0  United States 7-3

1983[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Aug 15, 1983 Pan American Games Caracas, Venezuela  Puerto Rico 6-5  United States 0-1
Aug 16, 1983  United States 16-0 (5)  Venezuela 1-1
Aug 16, 1983  United States 14-0  Netherlands Antilles 2-1
Aug 17, 1983  United States 7-4  Belize 3-1
Aug 18, 1983  United States 6-0  Canada 4-1
Aug 19, 1983  United States 1-0  Puerto Rico 5-1
Aug 20, 1983  United States 17-0  Netherlands Antilles 6-1
Aug 20, 1983  United States 8-1  Venezuela 7-1
Aug 21, 1983  United States 16-6  Belize 8-1
Aug 22, 1983  United States 3-0  Canada 9-1
Aug 23, 1983  United States 7-1  Canada 10-1
Aug 24, 1983  Canada 5-4  United States 10-2

1986[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Jan 18, 1986 World Championship Auckland, New Zealand  United States 2-0  Puerto Rico 1-0
Jan 19, 1986  United States 3-0 (10)  Italy 2-0
Jan 19, 1986  United States 7-0  Indonesia 3-0
Jan 20, 1986  United States 3-0  Netherlands 4-0
Jan 21, 1986  United States 1-0  Chinese Taipei 5-0
Jan 22, 1986  United States 2-1  Canada 6-0
Jan 22, 1986  United States 1-0  China 7-0
Jan 23, 1986  United States 2-1 (8)  Australia 8-0
Jan 24, 1986  United States 3-2 (12)  New Zealand 9-0
Jan 25, 1986  United States 10-0 (5)  Zimbabwe 10-0
Jan 25, 1986  United States 4-0  Japan 11-0
Jan 26, 1986  United States 1-0  New Zealand 12-0
Jan 26, 1986  United States 2-0  China 13-0

1987[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Aug 9, 1987 Pan American Games Indianapolis, Indiana  United States 10-0 (6)  El Salvador 1-0
Aug 10, 1987  United States 15-0 (5)  Peru 2-0
Aug 12, 1987  United States 6-0  Venezuela 3-0
Aug 13, 1987  United States 6-0  Belize 4-0
Aug 15, 1987  United States 1-0  Netherlands Antilles 5-0
Aug 16, 1987  United States 4-0  Puerto Rico 6-0
Aug 17, 1987  United States 1-0  Canada 7-0
Aug 18, 1987  United States 4-0  Puerto Rico 8-0
Aug 20, 1987  United States 4-1  Puerto Rico 9-0

1990[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Jul 14, 1990 World Championship Normal, Illinois  United States 7-0  Philippines 1-0
Jul 15, 1990  United States 19-0 (5)  Bermuda 2-0
Jul 15, 1990  United States 8-0  Puerto Rico 3-0
Jul 16, 1990  United States 10-0 (5)  Mexico 4-0
Jul 17, 1990  United States 2-1  Australia 5-0
Jul 18, 1990  United States 10-0 (5)  Netherlands Antilles 6-0
Jul 19, 1990  United States 2-0  Japan 7-0
Jul 19, 1990  United States 14-0 (5)  Zimbabwe 8-0
Jul 20, 1990  United States 1-0  Canada 9-0
Jul 21, 1990  United States 6-1  New Zealand 10-0

1991[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Aug 1991 Pan American Games Havana, Cuba  United States 4-0  Netherlands Antilles 1-0
Aug 1991  United States 1-0  Canada 2-0
Aug 1991  United States 10-0  Puerto Rico 3-0
Aug 1991  United States 8-0  Nicaragua 4-0
Aug 1991  United States 7-0  Bahamas 5-0
Aug 1991  United States 6-0  Venezuela 6-0
Aug 1991  United States 6-0  Cuba 7-0
Aug 1991  United States 4-2  Canada 8-0
Aug 1991  United States 14-1  Canada 9-0

1994[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Jul 29, 1994 World Championship St. John's, Newfoundland  United States 10-0 (5)  South Korea 1-0
Jul 30, 1994  United States 18-0  Spain 2-0
Jul 30, 1994  United States 7-0 (5)  Moldova 3-0
Aug 1, 1994  United States 14-0 (5)  Great Britain 4-0
Aug 2, 1994  United States 5-3  Chinese Taipei 5-0
Aug 4, 1994  United States 5-0  Cuba 6-0
Aug 6, 1994  United States 1-0 (10)  Australia 7-0
Aug 6, 1994  United States 2-0  Australia 8-0
Aug 6, 1994  United States 2-1 (12)  China 9-0
Aug 7, 1994  United States 6-0  China 10-0

1995[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Mar 14, 1995 Pan American Games Mar del Plata, Argentina  United States 6-0  Puerto Rico 1-0
Mar 15, 1995  United States 11-0 (5)  Netherlands Antilles 2-0
Mar 16, 1995  United States 6-1  Canada 3-0
Mar 17, 1995  United States 1-0 (10)  Cuba 4-0
Mar 18, 1995  United States 11-0  Argentina 5-0
Mar 19, 1995  United States 14-0  Puerto Rico 6-0
Mar 19, 1995  United States 10-0  Netherlands Antilles 7-0
Mar 20, 1995  United States 2-0  Canada 8-0
Mar 21, 1995  United States 2-0  Cuba 9-0
Mar 22, 1995  United States 11-0 (5)  Argentina 10-0
Mar 24, 1995  United States 5-0  Cuba 11-0
Mar 25, 1995  United States 7-0  Puerto Rico 12-0

1996[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Jul 21, 1996 Summer Olympics Columbus, Georgia  United States 10-0 (6)  Puerto Rico 1-0
Jul 22, 1996  United States 9-0  Netherlands 2-0
Jul 23, 1996  United States 6-1  Japan 3-0
Jul 24, 1996  United States 4-0  Chinese Taipei 4-0
Jul 25, 1996  United States 4-2  Canada 5-0
Jul 26, 1996  Australia 2-1  United States 5-1
Jul 27, 1996  United States 3-2  China 6-1
Jul 29, 1996  United States 1-0 (10)  China 7-1
Jul 30, 1996  United States 3-1  China 8-1

1998[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Jul 21, 1998 World Championship Fujinomiya, Japan  United States 5-0  Netherlands 1-0
Jul 22, 1998  United States 3-0  Italy 2-0
Jul 23, 1998  United States 11-0 (6)  Colombia 3-0
Jul 25, 1998  United States 12-0 (5)  South Africa 4-0
Jul 25, 1998  United States 14-0 (5)  Denmark 5-0
Jul 26, 1998  United States 9-0  Chinese Taipei 6-0
Jul 26, 1998  United States 3-0  Canada 7-0
Jul 27, 1998  United States 10-0 (5)  Czech Republic
Jul 28, 1998  United States 1-0 (9)  Japan 9-0
Jul 29, 1998  Australia 2-1 (12)  United States 9-1
Jul 30, 1998  United States 4-0  Japan 10-1
Jul 30, 1998  United States 1-0  Australia 11-1

1999[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Jul 29, 1999 Pan American Games Winnipeg, Manitoba  United States 9-0  Colombia 1-0
Jul 30, 1999  United States 5-0  Netherlands Antilles 2-0
Jul 31, 1999  United States 7-0  Netherlands Antilles 3-0
Jul 31, 1999  United States 5-0  Cuba 4-0
Aug 1, 1999  United States 15-0 (5)  Bahamas 5-0
Aug 1, 1999  United States 7-0  Canada 6-0
Aug 2, 1999  United States 8-1  Colombia 7-0
Aug 3, 1999  United States 12-0 (5)  Bahamas 8-0
Aug 3, 1999  United States 3-0  Canada 9-0
Aug 4, 1999  United States 6-0  Cuba 10-0
Aug 6, 1999  United States 5-0  Canada 11-0
Aug 7, 1999  United States 1-0 (8)  Canada 12-0

2000[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Sept 17, 2000 Summer Olympics Sydney, Australia  United States 6-0  Canada 1-0
Sept 18, 2000  United States 3-0  Cuba 2-0
Sept 19, 2000  Japan 2-1 (11)  United States 2-1
Sept 20, 2000  China 2-0 (13)  United States 2-2
Sept 21, 2000  Australia 2-1 (13)  United States 2-3
Sept 22, 2000  United States 2-0  New Zealand 3-3
Sept 23, 2000  United States 6-0  Italy 4-3
Sept 24, 2000  United States 3-0 (10)  China 5-3
Sept 25, 2000  United States 1-0  Australia 6-3
Sept 26, 2000  United States 2-1 (8)  Japan 7-3

2002[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Jul 26, 2002 World Championship Saskatoon, S.K.  United States 2-0  Italy 1-0
Jul 27, 2002  United States 13-0  Czech Republic 2-0
Jul 28, 2002  United States 4-0  Canada 3-0
Jul 29, 2002  United States 14-0 (5)  Russia 4-0
Jul 30, 2002  United States 9-0 (5)  Chinese Taipei 5-0
Jul 31, 2002  United States 4-0  China 6-0
Aug 1, 2002  United States 7-0 (5)  Netherlands Antilles 7-0
Aug 2, 2002  United States 4-3  Australia 8-0
Aug 3, 2002  United States 1-0 (9)  Japan 9-0
Aug 4, 2002  United States 1-0  Japan 10-0

2003[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Aug 5, 2003 Pan American Games Santo Domingo, DR  United States 9-0 (5)  Cuba 1-0
Aug 6, 2003  United States 1-0  Canada 2-0
Aug 7, 2003  United States 10-0 (5)  Bahamas 3-0
Aug 8, 2003  United States 11-0 (5)  Puerto Rico 4-0
Aug 9, 2003  United States 2-0  Venezuela 5-0
Aug 10, 2003  United States 13-0 (5)  Dominican Republic 6-0
Aug 11, 2003  United States 7-0 (5)  Colombia 7-0
Aug 13, 2003  United States 2-1  Dominican Republic 8-0
Aug 14, 2003  United States 4-0  Canada 9-0

2004[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Aug 14, 2004 Summer Olympics Athens, Greece  United States 7-0 (5)  Italy 1-0
Aug 15, 2004  United States 10-0 (5)  Australia 2-0
Aug 16, 2004  United States 3-0 (8)  Japan 3-0
Aug 17, 2004  United States 4-0  China 4-0
Aug 18, 2004  United States 7-0 (5)  Canada 5-0
Aug 19, 2004  United States 7-0 (5)  Greece 6-0
Aug 20, 2004  United States 3-0  Chinese Taipei 7-0
Aug 22, 2004  United States 5-0  Australia 8-0
Aug 23, 2004  United States 5-1  Australia 9-0

2005[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Jul 14, 2005 World Cup of Softball Oklahoma City, OK  Canada 2-1  United States 0-1
Jul 15, 2005  United States 3-1  Australia 1-1
Jul 16, 2005  United States 11-3 (5)  China 2-1
Jul 16, 2005  United States 7-0 (5)  Japan 3-1
Jul 18, 2005  Japan 3-1  United States 3-2

2006[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Jul 13, 2006 World Cup of Softball Oklahoma City, OK  United States 14-0 (5)  Great Britain 1-0
Jul 14, 2006  United States 6-1  Canada 2-0
Jul 15, 2006  United States 9-0 (5)  Australia 3-0
Jul 15, 2006  United States 14-0 (5)  China 4-0
Jul 16, 2006  United States 11-0 (5)  Japan 5-0
Jul 17, 2006  United States 5-2  Japan 6-0
Aug 27, 2006 World Championship Beijing, China  United States 6-1  Italy 7-0
Aug 28, 2006  United States 7-0 (5)  North Korea 8-0
Aug 29, 2006  United States 4-0  Canada 9-0
Aug 30, 2006  United States 7-0 (5)  Great Britain 10-0
Sept 1, 2006  United States 15-0 (4)  New Zealand 11-0
Sept 2, 2006  United States 2-0  China 12-0
Sept 3, 2006  United States 10-0 (5)  South Africa 13-0
Sept 4, 2006  United States 11-2 (6)  Australia 14-0
Sept 4, 2006  Japan 3-1  United States 14-1
Sept 5, 2006  United States 5-1  Australia 15-1
Sept 5, 2006  United States 3-0  Japan 16-1
Nov 17, 2006 Japan Softball Cup Yokohama, Japan  United States 8-0  China 17-1
Nov 18, 2006  United States 2-0  Netherlands 18-1
Nov 18, 2006  United States 8-4  Japan 19-1
Nov 19, 2006  United States 7-0  Japan 20-1

2007[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Jun 30, 2007 Canada Cup Surrey, Canada  United States 1-0 Japan Elite 1-0
Jul 1, 2007  United States 10-0 (3)  Puerto Rico 2-0
Jul 2, 2007  United States 11-0 (4)  Australia 3-0
Jul 3, 2007  United States 10-0 (3) Washington Blast 4-0
Jul 4, 2007  United States 10-1 (5)  Chinese Taipei 5-0
Jul 5, 2007  United States 17-0 (3) White Rock Renegades 6-0
Jul 6, 2007  United States 13-1 (6)  Venezuela 7-0
Jul 6, 2007  United States 7-0 (5)  Japan 8-0
Jul 7, 2007  United States 12-0 (3) Japan Elite 9-0
Jul 8, 2007  United States 5-0  Japan 10-0
Jul 12, 2007 World Cup of Softball Oklahoma City, OK  United States 9-1  Venezuela 11-0
Jul 13, 2007  United States 8-0 (5)  China 12-0
Jul 14, 2007  United States 9-0 (5)  Dominican Republic 13-0
Jul 14, 2007  United States 4-1  Japan 14-0
Jul 15, 2007  United States 7-0  Canada 15-0
Jul 15, 2007  United States 4-1  Venezuela 16-0
Jul 16, 2007  United States 3-0  Japan 17-0
Jul 25, 2007 Pan American Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil  United States 7-0 (5)  Brazil 18-0
Jul 26, 2007  United States 4-0  Colombia 19-0
Jul 27, 2007  United States 10-0 (5)  Cuba 20-0
Jul 28, 2007  United States 7-0 (5)  Canada 21-0
Nov 16, 2007 Japan Softball Cup Yokohama, Japan  United States 4-1  China 22-0
Nov 17, 2007  United States 5-1  Australia 23-0
Nov 17, 2007  Japan 5-2  United States 23-1
Nov 18, 2007  United States 3-2 (11)  Japan 24-1

2008[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Jun 7, 2008 Olympic Preview Oklahoma City, OK  United States 9-5  Canada 1-0
Jun 8, 2008  United States 7-0  China 2-0
Aug 12, 2008 Summer Olympics Beijing, China  United States 11-0 (5)  Venezuela 3-0
Aug 13, 2008  United States 3-0  Australia 4-0
Aug 14, 2008  United States 8-1  Canada 5-0
Aug 15, 2008  United States 7-0 (5)  Japan 6-0
Aug 16, 2008  United States 7-0 (5)  Chinese Taipei 7-0
Aug 17, 2008  United States 8-0 (5)  Netherlands 8-0
Aug 18, 2008  United States 9-0 (5)  China 9-0
Aug 20, 2008  United States 4-1 (9)  Japan 10-0
Aug 21, 2008  Japan 3-1  United States 10-1

2009[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Jul 4, 2009 Canada Cup Surrey, Canada  United States 7-0 (5)  Netherlands 1-0
Jul 4, 2009  United States 7-0 (5)  Australia 2-0
Jul 5, 2009  United States 8-1 (6)  Venezuela 3-0
Jul 6, 2009  United States 10-0 (4)  Canada 4-0
Jul 7, 2009  United States 7-0 (5)  Australia 5-0
Jul 8, 2009  United States 8-0 (5)  Netherlands 6-0
Jul 8, 2009  United States 10-0  Venezuela 7-0
Jul 9, 2009  United States 3-2  Canada 8-0
Jul 10, 2009  United States 10-0 (4) CA Gold Rush 9-0
Jul 10, 2009  United States 2-0  Australia 10-0
Jul 11, 2009  United States 3-0  Canada 11-0
Jul 12, 2009  United States 3-2  Canada 12-0
Jul 16, 2009 World Cup of Softball Oklahoma City, OK  United States 7-2  Netherlands 13-0
Jul 17, 2009  United States 12-0  Italy 14-0
Jul 18, 2009  United States 14-0 (4)  Canada 15-0
Jul 18, 2009  United States 6-1  Japan 16-0
Jul 19, 2009  United States 8-0 (5)  Australia 17-0
Jul 20, 2009  United States 3-1  Australia 18-0
Jul 31, 2009 Japan Softball Cup Sendai City, Japan  United States 11-3 (5)  Australia 19-0
Aug 1, 2009  United States 10-2 (5)  Chinese Taipei 20-0
Aug 1, 2009  United States 3-0  Japan 21-0
Aug 2, 2009  United States 2-0  Japan 22-0

2010[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Jun 24, 2010 World Championship Caracas, Venezuela  United States 1-0  China 1-0
Jun 25, 2010  United States 12-2 (4)  New Zealand 2-0
Jun 25, 2010  United States 7-0 (5)  Venezuela 3-0
Jun 26, 2010  United States 20-0 (3)  Botswana 4-0
Jun 27, 2010  United States 9-2 (5)  Australia 5-0
Jun 28, 2010  United States 10-1 (5)  Dominican Republic 6-0
Jun 29, 2010  United States 9-0 (5)  Czech Republic 7-0
Jun 30, 2010  United States 16-1 (5)  Canada 8-0
Jul 1, 2010  United States 4-0  Japan 9-0
Jul 2, 2010  United States 7-0 (5)  Japan 10-0
Jul 22, 2010 World Cup of Softball Oklahoma City, OK  United States 9-0  Canada 11-0
Jul 23, 2010  United States 5-0  Japan 12-0
Jul 24, 2010  United States 1-0 US Futures 13-0
Jul 24, 2010  United States 8-0  Japan 14-0
Jul 25, 2010  Canada 5-2  United States 14-1
Jul 26, 2010  United States 3-0 US Futures 15-1
Jul 26, 2010  United States 5-1  Japan 16-1
Aug 6, 2010 Japan Softball Cup Japan  United States 4-3  Chinese Taipei 17-1
Aug 7, 2010  Japan 3-1  United States 17-2
Aug 7, 2010  United States 6-2  Chinese Taipei 18-2
Aug 8, 2010  United States 5-0  Japan 19-2

2011[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
Jul 21, 2011 World Cup of Softball Oklahoma City, OK  United States 7-2  Czech Republic 1-0
Jul 22, 2011  United States 5-2  Australia 2-0
Jul 23, 2011  Canada 4-3  United States 2-1
Jul 23, 2011  United States 8-4  Japan 3-1
Jul 24, 2011  United States 10-0 (4)  Great Britain 4-1
Jul 25, 2011  United States 6-4  Japan 5-1
Oct 17, 2011 Pan American Games Guadalajara, Mexico  United States 10-0 (4)  Venezuela 6-1
Oct 18, 2011  United States 10-0 (4)  Dominican Republic 7-1
Oct 18, 2011  United States 7-0 (5)  Mexico 8-1
Oct 19, 2011  United States 3-0  Cuba 9-1
Oct 19, 2011  United States 4-1  Puerto Rico 10-1
Oct 20, 2011  United States 12-5  Canada 11-1
Oct 21, 2011  United States 8-0 (6)  Argentina 12-1
Oct 22, 2011  United States 13-1 (5)  Cuba 13-1
Oct 23, 2011  United States 11-1 (4)  Canada 14-1

2012[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
June 23, 2012 40th Anniversary Title IX Game Oklahoma City, OK  United States 9-1  Canada 1-0
June 28, 2012 World Cup of Softball Oklahoma City, OK  United States 8-0  Puerto Rico 2-0
June 29, 2012  United States 3-1  Australia 3-0
June 30, 2012  United States 2-1  Netherlands 4-0
June 30, 2012  United States 9-0 (5)  Canada 5-0
July 1, 2012  United States 9-0  Brazil 6-0
July 2, 2012  United States 3-0  Australia 7-0
July 13, 2012 World Championship Whitehorse, Canada  United States 7-0  Venezuela 8-0
July 14, 2012  United States 10-0  Czech Republic 9-0
July 15, 2012  United States 13-0  Puerto Rico 10-0
July 16, 2012  United States 17-0  South Africa 11-0
July 18, 2012  United States 13-0  China 12-0
July 18, 2012  United States 4-0  Netherlands 13-0
July 19, 2012  United States 14-1  Argentina 14-0
July 20, 2012  United States 4-2  Canada 15-0
July 21, 2012  United States 3-1 (8)  Japan 16-0
July 22, 2012  Japan 2-1  United States 16-1

2013[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
July 11, 2013 World Cup of Softball Oklahoma City, OK  United States 7-0 (5)  Canada 1-0
July 12, 2013  United States 4-0  Australia 2-0
July 13, 2013  Japan 7-4  United States 2-1
July 14, 2013  United States 10-3  Puerto Rico 3-1
July 14, 2013  Japan 6-3  United States 3-2
July 16, 2013 Canadian Open Surrey, British Columbia, Canada  United States 4-1 California A's 4-2
July 17, 2013  United States 10-3 (6)  Japan 5-2
July 18, 2013  United States 5-4  Australia 6-2
July 18, 2013  United States 8-1  Venezuela 7-2
July 19, 2013  United States 8-5  Canada 8-2
July 20, 2013  United States 7-4  Canada 9-2
July 21, 2013  Japan 5-0  United States 9-3
July 22, 2013  Australia 2-1  United States 9-4
August 10, 2013 Pan American Games Qualifier San Juan, Puerto Rico, United States  United States 16-0 (3)  Colombia 10-4
August 11, 2013  United States 11-0 (5)  Brazil 11-4
August 12, 2013  United States 5-1  Cuba 12-4
August 13, 2013  United States 12-0  Colombia 13-4
August 14, 2013  United States 7-0 (5)  Argentina 14-4
August 15, 2013  United States 12-0 (4)  U.S. Virgin Islands 15-4
August 16, 2013  United States 8-2  Canada 16-4
August 17, 2013  United States 5-0  Cuba 17-4
August 18, 2013  United States 8-1 (5)  Canada 18-4

2014[edit]

Date Event Location Winner Score Loser Yearly Record
July 8, 2014 World Cup of Softball Irvine, CA  United States 5-0  Venezuela 1-0
July 9, 2014  United States 13-1 (5)  Philippines 2-0
July 10 ,2014  United States 5-3  Canada 3-0
July 11, 2014  United States 8-1 (5)  Japan 4-0
July 12, 2014  United States 3-2  Mexico 5-0
July 12, 2014  United States 14-0 (4)  Chinese Taipei 6-0
July 13, 2014  United States 5-2  Canada 7-0
July 15, 2014 2014 Canadian Open Surrey, BC  United States 8-0 (5) Bloomington Lady Hearts 8-0
July 15, 2014  Japan 9-2 (5)  United States 8-1
July 16, 2014  United States 10-0 (4) Basque Country (Spain) 9-1
July 17, 2014  United States 4-3 NJCAA All-Stars 10-1
July 17, 2014  United States 7-0 (5)  Mexico 11-1
July 18, 2014  United States 8-4  Canada 12-1
July 19, 2014  United States 10-0 (3) White Rock Renegades 13-1
July 19, 2014  Canada 10-6  United States 13-2
July 20, 2014  United States 5-0 NJCAA All-Stars 14-2
July 20, 2014  United States 10-0 (3)  Mexico 15-2
July 21, 2014  United States 9-2 (5)  Canada 16-2
July 21, 2014  Japan 7-0 (5)  United States 16-3
August 15, 2014 2014 ISF Women's World Championship Haarlem, Netherlands  United States 10-0 (4)  Netherlands 17-3
August 16, 2014  United States 7-0 (5)  Botswana 18-3
August 17, 2014  United States 5-1  Chinese Taipei 19-3
August 18, 2014  United States 11-0 (4)  Great Britain 20-3
August 19, 2014  United States 4-2  Australia 21-3
August 20, 2014  United States 10-0 (4)  Dominican Republic 22-3
August 21, 2014  United States 7-0 (5)  Italy 23-2
August 22, 2014  United States 6-1  Canada 24-2
August 23, 2014  Japan 6-1  United States 24-3
August 24, 2014  United States 8-1 (6)  Australia 25-3
August 24, 2014  Japan 4-1  United States 25-4

References[edit]

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  3. ^ "USA Softball 2009 Japan Cup". Retrieved 2009-10-11. 

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