Sarah Hudek Competed Against Female Competition for First Time

Sarah Hudek captured national attention earlier this year when she signed with Bossier Parish Community College in Louisiana to play on the men’s baseball team for the 2015-2016 season.

Last summer she competed against females on the baseball diamond for the first time when she pitched for USA Baseball Women’s National Team in the Women’s Baseball World Cup.  This summer she represented the Team USA women’s team entry in the Pan American Games in Canada.

Sarah has set her sights on playing college baseball at the Division I level.  Bossier, which has been a hotbed for major league signees in the past, may offer her the path to reach that goal.

Sarah is the daughter of former major league pitcher John Hudek, who played from 1994 to 1999.

Read more about Sarah Hudek at the link below from Sports Illustrated:


John Hudek’s Daughter Accepts College Baseball Scholarship

John Hudek was an All-Star pitcher in his 1994 rookie season for the Houston Astros. He also finished as runner-up for National League Rookie of the Year that season. After that, he was a journeyman hurler for four more big league clubs, ending his major league career in 1999.

His daughter, Sarah, recently accepted a baseball scholarship at Bossier Parish Community College in Shreveport, LA. The 5-foot-10-inch Hudek touts an 82 mph fastball and is currently working on a cutter.

Read more about Sarah Hudek at the link below from Bleacher Report: