Top 30 Hottest Softball Players
30 Hot Softball Chicks
Softball isn’t exactly a sport known for their gorgeous models. It’s normally seen as the girls who don’t exactly have the best body build.
However, there are some softball hotties out there, they do exist. Most of them are previous college players. Some have extended their careers into the professional league; while others went on to do other things.
Some of them are now more known in the world of modeling rather than sports. A couple of them coach for their colleges, while others just kind have disappeared off the charts.
Many of the softball players on this played for the Olympic Softball team in Beijing back in 2008. Now look how much has changed, softball isn’t even an Olympic sport anymore.
But on a positive note, softball and baseball are being considered for the 2020 Olympic games again. It’s a little ridiculous that one of worlds most popular past times isn’t in the Olympics.
But on with the top-30, you’ll notice a pretty big trend. A lot of these softball players attended the University of Arizona in college. I don’t know what it is about that school but they tend to get the attractive ones.
The school won the Championship title in 2006 and 2007 so clearly they’re running a good program as a whole. Many of the Wildcats on this list played for the team during their winning streak.
Feel free to search for “hott softball players” after going through the slide show; you’d be surprised that there are many of them out there.
She may be famous for being an ESPN Announcer for College Game Day but Brown played softball at the University of Florida back in the day.
This pitcher from the University of Arizona now plays for the Washington Glory in the NPF league.
Lowe plays for the USA Softball team, as well as the USSSA Florida Pride. She is also another University of Arizona alumni.
Peters played second base and outfield for the NC State Wolfpack.
Now famous in the modeling world, Constantini used to play softball at Seaton Hall.
Previously attended the University of Arizona and is now a member of the USA National team.
One of the best lead-off hitters in softball and plays for the Texas A&M Aggies.
Enea graduated from the University of Florida and now plays for the USSSA Pride.
Led her team by completing 89 steals during her senior year playing for the Washington Huskies.
Megan Gibson plays for the Tennessee Diamonds in the NPF. She attended Texas A&M before her professional career.
Willis played for the University of Texas and is now a member of the USSSA Florida Pride.
Currently a free agent for the NPF, Balko previously played for the University of Arizona Wildcats.
This one, you probably haven't seen before, but Clemens is an outfielder at Muscatine Community College in Iowa.
As an interesting fact, Tramp holds the record for being hit by the most pitchers (13 to be exact) in Ole Miss history. She now plays for the Akron Racers.
She played for the University of Texas and was also a pitcher on the USA Olympic team in 2008.
Cox is currently a Junior at the University of Tampa. She is a pitcher and previously played for the NC State Wolfpack.
And here we have the only Canadian on the list, Danielle Lawrie. She was a pitcher for the University of Washington. She also played for the Canadian National team and now pitches for the USSSA Pride.
Arrendondo is known for being one of the best switch-hitters in softball. She was another graduate from the University of Arizona and is now a member of the women's national team.
Pitcher for the Washington Glory and previously attended Virginia Tech.
Infielder for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish from 2008-2011.
Whitney Baker was a pitcher for the UCLA Bruins from 2007-2009.
Acton was another member of the University of Arizona Wildcats softball team from 2005-2008.
Brown was an outfielder for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish where she earned numerous honors and awards.
Bannister originally hailed from California but played for the University of Arizona Wildcats during their glory years.
Outfielder for the University of Kentucky and graduated in 2011.
Burney is a graduate from UCLA where she now is an assistant softball coach.
An outstanding all-around athlete that played at the University of Notre Dame.
Graduated and now coaches for Marshall University, her and her twin sister played for the Chicago Bandits.
Katy Beth Sherman
Last, but not least: Jennie Finch. Everyone knows this Olympic softball player that played for the Chicago Bandits. And yes, she is also another University of Arizona alumni.
Ok, so she didn't play in college or the pros, but you don't mind this hot picture of Kate Upton from the MLB All-Star Game, do you? Didn't think so.