Victoria Galindo
Infield
2008


Victoria Galindo Team USA OlympianAn american athlete on the USA Softball Women’s National Team where she plays third base and second base. (born December 22, 1983) She also plays for the Chicago Bandits of the National Pro Fastpitch league (NPF). She currently splits time at second base with Lovie Jung.

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.

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A FEW ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Four-time World Cup Champion (2006, 2007, 2009, 2010)
Gold medalist at Pan American Games (2007)
Two-time World Champion (2006, 2010)
Olympic Silver medalist (2008)

EXPERIENCE
2010: Gold Medalist at ISF World Championship and World Cup Champion
2009: World Cup Champion
2008: Silver medalist at the Olympic Games in Beijing, China
2007: Gold medalist at Pan American Games and World Cup
– Hit .375 (3-for-8) with two runs scored (Pan Am)
– Hit .467 (7-for-15) with six RBI and one homerun (World Cup)
2006: Gold medalist at ISF World Championship and World Cup Champion
– Hit .250 (2-for-8) with a double and three RBI (World Champ)
– Hit .333 (2-for-6) with two RBI and three runs scored (World Cup)
2005: Gold medalist at Pan Am qualifier and Silver medalist at Japan Cup
2004: Member of USA Schutt Elite Team at Canada Cup and Champions Cup
– Hit .415 (22-53) with 12 runs and a team-high five doubles and 12 RBI

AT CALIFORNIA
Led the Cal Bears to the Women’s College World Series three times
Two-time NFCA First-team All American
Named to 2003 All-WCWS Team
Earned Pac-10 Conference Honors every season played