- Currently working on broadcast career, doing telecasts for ESPN, CSTV, and FOX Sports
- 2003 Gold medalist at Pan American Games
- 2002 Gold medalist at ISF World Championships
- USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year and USA Softball Player of the year
- Led UCLA Bruins to NCAA Women’s College World Series
- All WCWS Tournament Team
- One of four finalists for the Honda Award, presented to Nation’s Top Softball athlete
- 2001 Gold medalist at U.S. Cup
- Led the UCLA Bruins to the NCAA WCWS
- Nominated for the Honda Award
- NFCA/ Diamond Sports Division I Catcher of the Year
- 2000 Gold medalist at Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia
- Hit .365 during pre-Olympic tour, with 10 home runs and 28 RBI
- 1999 Gold medalist at Pan American Games, hit .474 including three home runs
- Led the Bruins to the NCAA Women’s College World Series title
- Led the nation in home runs (31) and RBI (91), second in slugging percentage (1.016)
- Top five finalist for the AAU Sullivan Award, annually presented to the nation’s top amateur athlete
- 1997 Pac-10 Newcomer of the Year
- Led the Bruins to the NCAA WCWS, second place, All WCWS Tournament team
- 1996 ASA 18-under Gold National Champion with Gordon’s Panthers
- 1995 Gold medalist at Junior Women’s World Championship
- NCAA all-time career leader in home runs (90) and slugging percentage (.945)
- Four-time NFCA First-team All American
- Three-time Pac-10 Player of the Year (1999, 2001-02), just second player ever to accomplish the feat


- Favorite Place to Shop - Old Navy
- Favorite Professional team - Detroit Lions
- Best thing about Coach Candrea - His drive to make USA softball better
- Best U.S. City - San Diego, CA
- Dream Job - Daytime talk show host
- Personal website - www.staceynuveman.com
- Favorite TV Show - Anything on TLC- Trading Spaces, Baby/ Wedding Story, etc.
- Three people you would love to go to dinner with - Jesus, Maya Angelou, John Wooden
- Favorite Song - ‘Billie Jean’ by Michael Jackson
- One item you would take on Survivor - Deodorant
- Born on April 26, 1978

It's not every four years, it's every day.

In the past four years, Nuveman has become one of the most respected athletes in sport of
softball. A 2000 Olympian, this No. 33 catcher began her days guarding the plate as a child when her
father , Tom, coached a little league baseball team and she wanted to play so her parents signed her
up for softball. Her hard work paid off in a scholarship to UCLA where she dominated the collegiate scene. Still today inspired by room for improvement, the 6’0” home run hitter continues her softball profession during off months through a series of clinics and camps and recently was a color commentator for College Sports Television as well as the 2003 Women’s College World Series on ESPN. After getting married in January to Mark Deniz, this former Bruin and 2002 sociology graduate says “the balance in my life is paramount. I enjoy softball more and perform better when I feel that sense of balance; knowing it is a huge part of my life, but not everything.”


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