6800 Gulfport Blvd S, Ste 201 #700, St Petersburg, FL 33707
Phone: (727) 363-1615
Bachelors of Science in Health & Wellness (1990)
Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma City, OK
- Michele Smith Fastpitch, Inc.– President (1998 – present)
- Conducting coach and player clinics throughout the U.S.
- Motivational speaking for companies and local community organizations - topics include Women in Leadership, Perseverance, Sports Training, and TeamBuilding.
- Authoring and producing educational videos & books on softball pitching, hitting, and training.
- Sports associations – program development, increasing participation, coaching techniques, training programs
- Performance gear designing and product testing
- Musco Sports Lighting – Marketing for Special Programs (1996 – present)
- Building special projects in communities around the World.
- PSR Properties, LLC – Co Owner (2003 – present)
- Real estate Investment Company focusing on restoration of homes.
- International Softball Federation (ISF) (2005 – 2009)
- U.S. player representative to ISF delegation regarding reinstatement of Olympic softball.
- Chair of the Athletes Ambassadors Committee for the Back Softball Campaign.
- ESPN Lead Color Analyst for Women’s College Softball (1998 – present)
- NBC Olympic Analyst for the Beijing Olympic Games (2008)
- TBS MLB Dodgers vs Braves 1st Female Analyst to ever call a game (2012)
- CBS Sports Network Analyst for youth events (2007 – present)
- Toyota Shokki Company (1993 – 2008)
- Special marketing promotion appearances.
- Representative of Toyota Shokki Women’s Professional Fastpitch Team.
- 3N2 Sports - Orlando, FL (2009 – present)
- Rip-It Sports – Orlando, FL (2008 – present)
- Musco Sports Lighting – Oskaloosa, IA (1996 – present)
- JUGS Sports, Inc. – Portland, OR (1996 – present)
- Nike – Portland, OR (1996 – 2004)
- Worth Sports – St. Louis, MO (1994 – 2007)
- U.S. Olympic Softball Team (1996 and 2000)
- Starting pitcher for gold medal winning U.S. team at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta and the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia
- U.S. National Softball Team (1992 - 2002)
- Two Olympic gold medals (1996 & 2000)
- Three gold medals in World Championships (1994, 1998, 2002)
- Two gold medals in Pan American Games (1995 & 1999)
- Japan Pro Softball League (1993- 2008)
- 8 time MVP
- 8 time Japan League championships with Toyota Shokki
- Women’s Major ASA Fastpitch
- 10 time All American
- 4 time Bertha Tickey Award for most outstanding pitcher
- 3 consecutive national championships (Redding Rebels 1993 – 1995)
- Oklahoma State University (1985 – 1990)
- 82-20 record – holds OSU career wins record
- ERA .75
- .343 batting average (15 HR and 87 RBIs)
- Academic All-Big Eight (1989)
- MVP of the Big Eight Tournament (1989)
- Voorhees High School (1982 – 1985)
- Three sport athlete: Field Hockey, Basketball, Softball
- 46-6 record and selected to All-State Softball Team 3 years
HONORS AND AWARDS
- Clearwater Champion for Youth Award (honored 2014)
- Bill Teegins Excellence in Sportscasting Award (honored 2014)
- Oklahoma State Univ. Alumni Hall of Fame (inducted 2011)
- Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame (inducted 2010)
- ASA Softball Hall of Fame (inducted 2006)
- All American ASA Women’s Major Fastpitch (1989 – 1998)
- NJSIAA/Bollinger High School Hall of Fame (inducted 1998)
- Shasta County Sports Hall of Fame (Redding Rebels, CA - softball)
- ASA Sportswoman of the Year (1990 & 1994)
- United States Olympic Committee (USOC) Sportswoman of the Year (1990 & 1994)
- General Tommy Franks Four Star Debate (2009 & 2010)
- Debate camp for high school aged students around the world. The 2010 location is King’s Academy (Amman) in coordination with King Abdullah II of Jordan.
- Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT) (2009 & 2010)
- Guest appearance at Al Ain and Abu Dhabi HCT for Women to provide sports instruction and leadership development to current students.
- Festival of Thinkers (2009)
- Invited by H.H. Sheik Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi to serve as a panelist on Theme 6 – Future Roll of Models: Adventure in Adversity.
- Conference organized by the Higher College of Technology, providing a platform to foster and celebrate thinking. Participants, including Nobel Laureates, from around the world come together and share their ideas and thoughts.
- Middle East (2009 – present)