Feature story on Arizona senior Stacie Chambers, who was closing in on the NCAA Division I record for career home runs.

Four and a half years ago, Arizona senior Stacie Chambers fouled a softball off her face hard enough to cause a traumatic brain injury that still presents her with challenges to this day. In the process, she also lost an entire season of play.

Despite the difficulties she’s had to deal with, Chambers needs just one home run to tie Laura Espinoza and Leah Braats in the Arizona career record book at 85, and six more to tie UCLA’s Stacey Nuveman for the NCAA career home run record (90). Read more…

About Amy Symons Hughes

I spent 14 years working in professional and (mostly) collegiate Sports Information/Media Relations offices. Now I am a freelance writer, primarily covering softball, women's basketball and mens & women's swimming and diving for I have worked full-time in five NCAA Division I Conferences (4 BCS Conferences) and with National Coaching Associations, and I am the media coordinator for the Cathedral City Classic softball tournament.
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