On Sunday, the National Softball Hall of Fame announced its 2019 hall of fame class. Highlighting the class will be Jessica Mendoza.
🚨 Just announced — Introducing the Class of 2019 National Softball Hall of Fame inductees! pic.twitter.com/PAQewIj0ZI
— USA Softball (@USASoftball) October 28, 2018
During her impressive international career with Team USA (2004-2010) Mendoza won two medals at the Summer Olympics (Gold at 2004 Summer Olympics, Silver in 2008 Olympics); was part of three World Championships; three World Cup Championships; and two time Pan American gold medalist.
So excited!!!! https://t.co/ZhJIZXafQf
— Jessica Mendoza (@jessmendoza) October 28, 2018
Mendoza was a 4-time All-American at Stanford leading the Cardinal to the Women’s College World Series in 2001.
Mendoza currently is ESPN’s Baseball analyst as part of the Sunday Night Baseball telecast since 2016. She is also part of Women’s College World Series broadcast team with Beth Mowins and Michelle Smith.