Lauren Nicole Chamberlain is a retired American midfielder. A native of Trabuco Canyon, Calif., Chamberlain played varsity softball for the Oklahoma Sooners softball team from 2012 to 2015. As a fellow American, she was on the 2013 UFC Women's World Championship team. She is the NCAA Division I career executive for home runs and sink rates. She also serves as the School Career Manager and the Big 12 Conference on RBI, Walking, Campus and Running. She was ranked No. 1 and played professional softball for the USSSA Pride of National Pro Fastpitch from 2015 to 2018, winning the title in her final season in 2018
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Professional softball player known for playing for the Oklahoma Sooners, she broke home run records and was given the Best Record-Breaking Performance ESPY Award.
She played for El Toro High School and won most valuable player three years consecutively.
She joined the USSSA Pride National Pro Fastpitch women's softball league.
She was born in Orange, California to Pam and Patrick Chamberlain. She has a sister named Danielle.
She was teammates with fellow USSSA Pride player Cat Osterman .
- Oklahoma Sooners softball players
- Sportsmen in Orange, California
Latest information about Lauren Chamberlain updated on June 20 2021.