softballer

softballer

(ˈsɒftˌbɔːlə)
n
(Ball Games, other than specified) a person who plays softball
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Illinois Valley prep star was softballer at Kent State first.
University of North Carolina-Charlotte softballer Kendra McCall recorded a team-high 66 hits while batting .355 in 2010, earning A-10 All-Tournament team honors.
"No pants-wearing, tough-talking female softballer will play on any of our four teams." Wrigley required the players to wear lipstick, longish hair, and skirts, and even hired charm-school instructors to try to make them more sophisticated.
MARION -- American softball legend Jenny Finch was the featured attraction Thursday evening at the Marion Cultural and Civic Center as she pitched the sport and all its excitement to several hundred enthusiasts of the game -- including some current and future softballers -- who gathered to hear more about the upcoming season of the Canadian Wild of Southern Illinois.
SC can boast national gold medalist swimmers, golfers, triathletes, archers, softballers, bowlers, tracksters, race walkers, basketballers, and racket sporters that have represented our state.