North Texas Softball Pitcher Makes History, Throws Perfect Game, Strikes Out Every Batter
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North Texas softball pitcher Hope Trautwein made NCAA history on Monday striking out every batter to throw a perfect game. Per News Tribune...
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How about this for perfection by North Texas softball pitcher Hope Trautwein — 21 batters faced, 21 strikeouts. Trautwein threw the perfect game Sunday, striking out all 21 Arkansas-Pine Bluff batters she faced in a 3-0 win.

It was the first perfect game in North Texas history, and is believed to be the first perfect seven-inning game in NCAA Division I history with every out being a strikeout. NCAA records list two other pitchers with 21 strikeouts in a seven-inning game, but neither of those were perfect games.
(Barstool Sports)
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17 Comments
If nobody was there to see it, did it really happen?!?!
Reply24 days
Go MeanGreen!
Reply25 days
Yeah, that's great and all, but did it take her more than 63 pitches?
Reply25 days
21 pitches would be a “perfect” game.
25 days
Nothing on total number of pitches, but she apparently struck out the first 9 hitters she faced on 27 pitches.
25 days
LOL I was expecting to see this comment
25 days
Had no idea they played 7 innings
Reply25 days
Wow. Such excitement coming from the team
Reply25 days
Behind every serious softball playing female is a dad who’s disappointed he didn’t have a son.
Reply25 days
Just wait until Rogera Clemens enrolls.
Reply25 days
txbd
112
Unbelievable feat. Great job girl
Reply25 days
Once in a life time accomplishment for sure.
25 days
I wouldn’t hit it
Reply25 days
And all 3 fans went wild!
Reply25 days
TFH
311
I don’t care who you are, that’s impressive.
Reply25 days
That’s a boy girl. Very impressive.
25 days
*big. Lol
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