Sierra Romero

2016 USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year,
4-Time All-American at Michigan
& Current NPF USSSA Pride Player

Sierra Romero grew up in Murrieta, CA and started playing softball when she was just four years old. Sierra has three younger siblings; Sydney, Michael, and Sophia and of course her parents Michael and Melissa Romero. Both softball and baseball run deep in the Romero family, I guess you can say it runs in their blood.

Sierra is a graduate of the University of Michigan where she played shortstop and second base as a D1 Athlete. She is also a former member of the U.S. Women’s Junior National Team, as well as the U.S. Women’s National Team. Sierra currently plays second base for the USSSA Pride in the National Pro Fastpitch league.

Her goal is to leave the sport better than she found it. Sierra wants to encourage young women to pursue their dreams and never look back. She wants to engrave the importance of not only being physically tough, but mentally tough as well. She is a firm believer in hard work, dedication, and perseverance; what are you willing to do to get what you want?

ATHLETIC ACCOLADES

  • Two-time Michigan Female Athlete of the Year (2015, ’16)
  • Honda Sport Award for softball (2016)
  • USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year (2016)
  • Schutt Sports/NFCA Division I Player of the Year (2016)
  • espnW Softball Player of the Year (2015)
  • First four-time All-American in Michigan program history, earning three first team honors (2014, ’15, ’16) and a second team selection (2013)
  • Three-time Big Ten Player of the Year (2013, ’14, ’16)
  • USA Softball Top-3 Finalist Collegiate Player of the Year (2014, ’15)
  • NCAA All-Tournament Team (2015)
  • Four-time NFCA All-Great Lakes Region first team (2013, ’14, ’15, ’16)
  • Unanimous selection to the All-Big Ten first team (2013, ’14, ’15, ’16)
  • Big Ten Tournament MVP (2015)
  • Big Ten All-Tournament Team (2014, ’15)
  • Big Ten Freshman of the Year (2013)

NCAA RECORD HOLDER

  • First player in NCAA history to record 300 Runs, 300 Hits and 300 RBI
  • NCAA record holder in Career Runs (302)
  • NCAA record holder in Grand Slams (11)
  • No. 2 overall selection by USSSA Pride in the 2016 NPF Draft
 
 
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