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July 29, 1989 | Gene Wojciechowski
Suzy Brazney would like America to know that women's fast-pitch softball deserves a place in the Olympic Games. Now if she just could figure out a way to say it. At the moment, her voice is as faint and hoarse as a bad telephone connection. Whispers make more noise than Brazney, whose incessant infield chatter has worn down her vocal cords like whetstone. Brazney can't help herself. Fast-pitch softball is her passion, her best friend of sorts.
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July 29, 1989 | Gene Wojciechowski
Suzy Brazney would like America to know that women's fast-pitch softball deserves a place in the Olympic Games. Now if she just could figure out a way to say it. At the moment, her voice is as faint and hoarse as a bad telephone connection. Whispers make more noise than Brazney, whose incessant infield chatter has worn down her vocal cords like whetstone. Brazney can't help herself. Fast-pitch softball is her passion, her best friend of sorts.
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July 2, 1987
The Cal Poly Pomona women's soft-ball team will be well-represented when the United States competes in the Pan-American Games in Indianapolis in August. Not only will the coach be Pomona's Carol Spanks, but four of the 18 players are also from the Broncos. One is center fielder Alison Stowell, who will be a senior next season, and the others are former Pomona stars Rhonda Wheatley, Suzi Brazney and Donna McElrea. Wheatley is a pitcher and Brazney and McElrea are catchers.
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