Jaclyn Traina is an American softball player. She attended Naples High School in Naples, Florida. She later attended the University of Alabama, where she was an All-American pitcher for the Alabama Crimson Tide softball team. Traina led Alabama to the 2012 Women's College World Series finals, where they defeated Oklahoma, 2–1 to claim Alabama's first national championship in softball. Traina was named the 2012 Women's College World Series Most Outstanding Player.
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About Jackie Traina
Team USA women's softball pitcher who became a World Cup of Softball gold medalist in 2012 and 2014 while still attending the University of Alabama.
In 2003, she competed in the Little League World Series and her team took second place.
She was a two time winner of the South Eastern Conference's Pitcher of the Year award.
Her parents are Mark and Lana. She grew up in Naples, Florida where she nurtured her softball skills from middle school into high school and beyond.
She is a member of Team USA softball alongside Monica Abbott.
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