While Jessica Mendoza was already one of the most famous softball players of all time, she has acquired an entirely new platform through her work with ESPN. She is returning to her roots this winter as the keynote speaker at the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Convention.
The event takes place December 6-9 in Las Vegas, Nevada. It is considered a premier conference for advancing the sport of softball and Mendoza has often been an attendee.
More details, including registration, will be released at another date. The NFCA was originally established in 1983 and serves over 4,000 fastpitch coaches across all levels.
Mendoza first gained notoriety by leading Stanford to their first Women's College World Series appearance in 2001. She still holds school records for career batting average, hits, home runs, runs scored and slugging percentage.
Mendoza played for the U.S. women's national team from 2001-2010 and won two Olympic medals. In 2008, she was named the Women's Sports Foundation Sportswoman of the Year.
Mendoza originally joined ESPN in 2007, where she has been an analyst for the network's softball coverage and a college football sideline reporter. She is currently breaking barriers as an analyst ESPN Sunday Night Baseball.
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