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LEAH AMICO

Leah Amico is a three-time Olympic gold medal-winning softball player

who uses her powerful platform and influence as a decorated and

accomplished athlete to bring countless lives to a saving knowledge of Jesus

by speaking at events across the country. Leah is a two-time World

Champion, a National Softball Hall of Fame Inductee in 2009, and a three-

time national champion at The University of Arizona. At Arizona, Leah was

also honored as a three-time First Team All-American and a three-time

First Team Academic All-American for her excellence both on the field and

in the classroom. Known for being one of the most clutch hitters of all time,

Leah still holds the record for highest batting average in the Women’s

College World Series. Leah is also a college softball analyst with ESPN and

Westwood One Sports, where she imparts her love and knowledge of the

game to many fans across the world.

 

Leah Amico is a professional and inspirational speaker with over 20 years

of national speaking engagements. Leah has spoken at women’s ministry

events, staff events, banquets, clinics, camps, school assemblies,

tournaments, and fundraisers. Amico has worked with Sportsworld

Ministries, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and Athletes in Action.

In addition to speaking, Leah is the author of two devotional books,

“Softball, Glory & God’s Story" and "Victorious: A Yearlong Devotional";

she is also the host of a podcast called "The GOLD Standard" featuring

Olympic and professional athletes. She and her husband, Tommy, have

three sons and live in Eastvale, Calif., where she is active at her church.