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Pilgrim wins gold medal as Canada captures 2024 Canada Cup Championship

Lindsey Wilson softball head coach Callum Pilgrim and the Canada Women's Softball National team took home gold on Sunday as they defeated TC Colorado 7-0 in the 2024 Canada Cup.

Pilgrim went 2-for-3 with a home run and recorded four RBIs in the victory. With the score tied in the bottom of the third, she hit a three-run home-run over the left field fence to give Canada a 3-0 lead. Pilgrim drove in the final run of the game in the fourth inning giving Canada a 7-0 advantage.

Pilgrim will be with team Canada for the Women's Softball World Cup taking place July 15-20 in Castions di Strada, Italy. Canada is in group A with China, Italy and USA. Canada opens play against USA on Monday July 15. For more information on the Women's Softball World Cup click here.

This story was posted on 2024-07-09 08:57:08
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