The players selected for the camp are:
|Player ||Hometown ||High School/College|
|Jackie Rinehart ||Reno, NV||Reno H.S.|
| Brianne McGowan||Reno, NV ||Wooster H.S.|
Additional Junior Women's Olympic tryouts are scheduled later in the year. Those sites are:
June 14, 2003 Normal, Illinois
June 21, 2003 Waco, Texas
The USA Junior Women's National Team won the gold medal at the Pan American Softball Championship, December 13-21 in Hermosillo, Mexico. By finishing in the top five at this championship the USA earned a berth into the 2003 ISF Junior Women's World Championship.
The United States captured gold at the 1987 and 1995 ISF Junior Women's World Championships. In 1999, the last Junior Women's World Championship, the USA finished second behind Japan.
The Amateur Softball Association, founded in 1933, is the National Governing Body of Softball in the United States and a member of the United States Olympic Committee.
As the National Governing Body, the ASA is responsible for identifying, selecting and training male and female athletes to compete in World, Pan American and Olympic competitions. In addition to those duties, the ASA conducts the only recognized National Championship competitions in the United States.
For complete coverage of the USA Softball national team visit our webiste at www.usasoftball.com.
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