One of the most accomplished softball players in the United States is Natasha Watley. She has previously played for the USSSA Pride and the USA Softball Women’s National Team.
She also played for the dominant UCLA Bruins team, which won multiple awards and dominated the conference, at one point. She was recognized as the Pac-10 Player of the Year in 2003. Additionally, she has won three World Cup titles (in 2006, 2007, and 2009) and two Pan American Gold medals (in 2003 and 2007). In the same vein, she has won three World Championships, in 2002, 2006, and 2010.
She has also accomplished a number of things to her credit and for her nation, including winning a gold medal in the Olympics in 2004 and a silver medal in 2008. She also made history by being the first individual to get four straight years of first-team All-American honors.
Natasha Watley: Early Life, Age, Wiki, Parents, Ethnicity
Natasha Watley weighs about 78 kg and is 5 feet 8.5 inches (1.75 meters) tall (172 lbs).
She was born on November 27, 1981, in Irvine, California, to parents Edwin Watley and Carolyn Watley, who were from Canoga Park. She is her parents’ lone kid as well. Sagittarius is her natal sign.
On January 18, 2020, Natasha Watley visited Marshall, Texas, with her father, Edwin Watley. (Image sourced from Natasha Watley’s Instagram)
In 2005, she received her degree from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
Natasha Watley’s Private life: Is She Married?
In response to a query from Ramona Shelburne, a senior writer at ESPN.com, in 2012, Natasha Watley said:
@ramonashelburne anyone who is single thinks that’s romantic! Lol! At my stage of singleness, anything is romantic!
This indicates that she wasn’t married and was leading a single life as of 2012. There hasn’t been much information about her romantic life, though.
Natasha Watley opted to leave the softball diamond in March 2017 after setting multiple records.
She didn’t make that choice, though, because she couldn’t play to the best of her ability. It is well known that Natasha quit her job to provide inner-city girls with a platform on the softball pitch.