JUGS Sports | Michele Smith

2-Time Olympic Gold Medalist

Biography

A heralded pitcher for the U.S. Olympic Softball Team, Ms. Smith helped Team USA to back-to-back gold medals in the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta and the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia. She also was a member of the 2002 U.S. national team that won gold at the U.S., and Canada Cups, and the International Softball Federation.

Hitting - Career Records:

 • #6 All Time Career Batting Average - .343 (148-432)

 • #5 All Time Career Slugging Percentage - .539 (233-432)

 • #10 All Time Career On-Base Percentage - .412

 • Tied for #14 All Time Career Hits – 148

 • Tied for #19 All Time Career Doubles – 20

 • Tied for #2 All Time Career Triples – 10

 • #8 All Time Career Home Runs – 15

 • Tied for #16 Career Runs Scored – 75

 • #7 All Time Career Runs Batted In – 87

 • #9 All Time Career Total Bases – 233

 • #17 All Time Career Bases on Balls – 46

 • #23 All Time Career Games Played – 171

Pitching – Career Records:

 • #6 All Time Career Earned Run Avenue - .75 (707.1 innings pitched)

 • #3 All Time Career Win-Loss Percentage - .804 (82-20)

 • #1 All Time Career Victories – 82

 • Tied for #3 All Time Career Appearances – 108

 • #3 All Time Career Starts – 97

 • #3 All Time Career Complete Games – 75

 • #2 All Time Career Shutouts – 46

 • #3 All Time Career Innings Pitched – 707.1

 • #4 All Time Career Strikeouts – 600

 • #9 All Time Career Strikeouts/7 innings – 5.94 (707.1 innings)

 • #9 All Time Career Fewest Walks/7 innings – 1.78 (707.1 innings)