Teresa Wilson
Teresa Wilson


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Probably stands as the top pitcher in Missouri softball history, and is the first softball player tabbed for the Hall of Fame. During her career at MU, the Pickering, Mo., native twice won all-Big Eight honors, twice was named to the all-region team, and earned all-America status in 1983. She holds a host of Missouri records including victories in a season (32) and career victories (105). She threw 55 shutouts in her career, contributing to her career ERA of 0.47. Since leaving MU, she's coached on the collegiate level, and was the Pac 10 Conference "coach of the year" in 1989, at Oregon. She's also coached at the University of Minnesota, and presently coaches at the University of Washington.

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