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Joan Joyce
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5'10"... Was runner-up for the 1976 Women's Sports Magazine Athlete of the Year Award... Inducted into the International Women's Sports Hall of Fame in 1989... Pitched for the Connecticut Falcons of the Women's Professional Softball League... Inducted into National Amateur Softball Association's Hall of Fame in 1983 at Oklahoma City, OK... Was an All-American 18 times and MVP eight times... Among her records are 150 no-hitters and 50 perfect games... She also pitched a 157 scoreless inning streak... Once struck out Ted Williams in an exhibition...In 1994, named as head coach for the women's softball program at Florida Atlantic University, a Division I program in the Trans-Atlantic Conference.

Career Highlights

  • Prior to taking up golf, she was an accomplished 26-year veteran of amateur and professional softball.
  • Began her golfing career in 1975 and by 1977 had become a member of the LPGA.
  • Originally recorded her career-best finish of a tie for sixth at the 1981 Corning Classic.
  • 1984 was her most successful season with $31,483 in earnings and a top-65 money list ranking.
  • Posted her career-low round of 66 at the 1984 S&H Golf Classic and tied her career-best finish, a tie for sixth.

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