A national sports blog is featuring 20 female athletes who are currently unknown, but who may be future stars. Most of them, you’ve probably never heard of, like professional surfer Alana Blanchard, MMA’s Michelle “Karate Hottie” Waterson, and NASCAR’s Amber and Angela Cope.
The list is interesting to me because two UC Berkeley students made the cut, Britt Vonk, who is Dutch:
Britt Vonk first debuted in 2008 at the Beijing Olympics being featured on the Dutch National Softball team. She is now trending in the United States softball world by playing for The University of California-Berkley.
And another Berkeley softball player, Cheyenne Cordes, who has already made the US national team:
Cheyenne Cordes, sophomore at the University of California-Berkley.
Now we just gotta teach journalists how to spell Berkeley. Not Berkley.
Kanani, over at Kitchen Dispatch, sent me this flier. If you are in Berkeley on November 9th, please got to the screening of High Ground.
Twin Sophomores David and Travis Wear play for UCLA. They like to play London Bridge during games. Which is fun for them, but could be a pain for opposing players:
- David and Travis Wear play London Bridge with Harper Kamp
Cal Basketball is at twenty wins for the season with a sweep of the LA schools. Go Bears!