Vicky Galindo

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Vicky Galindo
Personal information
Born (1983-12-22) December 22, 1983 (age 33)
Union City, California
College team California Golden Bears
Medal record
Women's softball
Representing  United States
Olympic Games
Silver medal – second place 2008 Beijing Team competition

Victoria "Vicky" Galindo (born December 22, 1983) is an American athlete on the USA Softball Women's National Team where she plays third base and second base. She also plays for the Chicago Bandits of the National Pro Fastpitch league (NPF). She currently splits time at second base with Lovie Jung. Currently the Head Coach at West Valley College.


Galindo played for the University of California, Berkeley Golden Bears from 2003–2005 and was an undergrad assistant in 2006. Galindo was on the US national team from 2005-2007. She was also the assistant coach for the San Jose State in 2007. Before her time at Cal, Galindo played for West Valley Junior College for the 2002 season. She went to high school at James Logan High School in Union City, California where she graduated in 2001. Galindo started playing at age 4 when her dad coached her brother, baseball team. There was an extra jersey and he told her to go play.

Galindo was featured in The Advocate as one of the out athletes taking part in the Beijing Olympics. She said she has had serious relationships with both men and women. When she came out to the team, she said they were unconditionally supportive. Galindo's decision to come out helped teammate Lauren Lappin come out as well.[1]

James Logan High School[edit]

Vicky was the 2001 Best All Around Female Athlete her senior year.

College Softball[edit]

US National Team[edit]

Note: she batted .467 (7-15) for Team USA in the 2007 World Cup where she has played in all but one game. She appeared as a pinch runner for Crystl Bustos in the game she did not start.


  1. ^ "A league of her own". The Advocate. 26 August 2008. Retrieved 8 January 2012. 

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