Chelsea Kathleen Goodacre (born September 26, 1993) is an American, former collegiate All-American, pro All-Star right-handed hitting softball catcher originally from Temecula, California. Goodacre played college softball for the Arizona Wildcats in the Pac-12 Conference from 2012-15. She currently plays for the independent USSSA Pride and played for United States women's national softball team. She won the Rawlings Gold Glove Award in 2017. She was undrafted but later went on to play in the National Pro Fastpitch and be named an All-Star and win two championships with the Pride.
|USSSA Pride – No. 77|
|Born:September 26, 1993|
|Career highlights and awards|
Goodacre debuted in 2012. As both a sophomore and junior, Goodacre earned All-Pac-12 Conference recognition. In her senior year alone, Goodacre was named a National Fastpitch Coaches Association Second Team All-American to go along with a final conference honors. She led the Nation in RBIs. On February 10 vs. the Northwestern Wildcats, Goodacre hit her 50th career home run. Later on March 21, in a doubleheader with the New Mexico State Aggies, she delivered 7 RBIs to pass the 200 benchmark, becoming the eighth hitter in school history to reach both clubs. Goodacre made her last appearance against the LSU Tigers on May 24 and drove in two runs and walked. She left the University of Arizona ranking top-10 in career home runs and RBIs.
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