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Dot Richardson: No Barrier Too Great

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Published Oct 9, 2020, 2:00 AM

As a young girl, Dot Richardson wanted nothing more to play Little League baseball with the boys. After refusing to cut her hair and use a boy's name to play, she became the youngest professional women's softball player in the country--at the age of 10. Hear her amazing story of perseverance, passion and faith in God that drove her to become a 2 time Olympic champion softball player, a member of the USA Softball Hall of Fame and the head coach of Liberty University Softball.

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