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Dot Richardson was born September 22, 1961 in Orlando, Florida and is a former international softball player. She used to play on the sidelines at her brothers' baseball games. She was a key part of the United States national team that won the gold medal during the sport's Olympic debut in 1996. After her win at the Olympics, she continued with her career as an orthopedic surgeon.
In her early teenage years, she acquired the moniker Dot when her softball coach realized that another team member was already named Dottie. At age 13 in early 1975, as a member of the Orlando Rebels in the ASA, she became the youngest player ever to play in the ASA Women's Major Fast-Pitch National Championships. She used to play on the sidelines at her brothers' baseball games. Starting in 1972 she played for the Union Park Jets of Orlando Florida, the Orlando Rebels, the Raybestos Brakettes of Stratford, Connecticut, and the California Commotion of Woodland Hills, California. She is the head coach at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.
She was a key part of the United States national team that won the gold medal during the sport's Olympic debut in 1996 hitting the home run that won the game. After her win at the Olympics, she continued with her career as an orthopedic surgeon. She is married to Bob Pinto. Dot Richardson is currently Executive Director and Medical Director of the National Training Center
She was named as the head softball coach at Liberty University on July 17, 2013. The Flames posted an 11-46 record in her first season.
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