Hockey: Golden Hawks grad pitching for Canada

A few people who follow women's hockey are probably aware graduating Laurier forward Kate Psota is also a right-handed starter for Canada's women's baseball team.

Psota, 24, who helped Laurier win the bronze medal at the CIS championship, spoke with Toronto's FAN 590 prior to Tuesday's Baltimore Orioles-Blue Jays game.

It was very cool of the FAN 590 to give time to a growing sport — Psota noted some international games get crowds of up to 20,000, or more than a typical Orioles-Jays game these days.

(We won't make light of the FAN 590's website referring to Psota as a "Canadian National Softball Team member" when she and interviewer Mike Wilner make it very clear in the first 45 60 seconds of the interview that it's about baseball.)
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