Kaci Clark Interview – Produced By Gary Leland
In this weeks's show Kaci is back in the United States just this year after spending the last two years competing in the Japan League for Team Honda and joins us for an interview.
Before that, she competed in the National Pro Fastpitch League (also known as the WPSL and WPF) for six years, bringing home 3 professional championships. She was a four time All-Star in addition to being twice named the League’s Pitcher of the Year and once the League’s MVP. She was the WPSL’s all-time career leader in wins, strikeouts, and shutouts as well as being ranked both 1st and 2nd in single-season strikeouts.
During the League’s hiatus in 2002 and 2003, Clark was a member of the most storied program in all of softball, the Stratford Brakettes. Kaci helped lead the team to two consecutive National Championships while twice being named an ASA All-American in addition to leading the team in shutouts, wins, no-hitters, strikeouts, and perfect games during both seasons. She was also honored with the Bertha Tickey award for the most outstanding ASA pitcher in 2003.
Kaci started her college career at Georgia State University and after two seasons of being named the conference Player of the Year as well as the University’s Female Athlete of the Year, she transferred to UCLA to finish the last two years of her college career. At UCLA, she posted a career record of 24-3, including a perfect record of 10-0 in her junior year.
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