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Stacey McManus

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Nationality  Australia
Name  Stacey McManus
Event(s)  Women's team
Sport  Softball
Country  Australia

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Born  April 1989Sydney

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Stacey McManus (born April 1989 in Sydney) is an Australian softball player. She is a shortstop and second baseman, plays club softball and has represented New South Wales in national competitions. She is a member of Australia women's national softball team and competed at the Canadian Open Fastpitch International Series and the World Cup of Softball. She is trying to earn a spot on the team that will compete at the 2012 ISF XIII Women's World Championships.

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Stacey McManus was born in April 1989 in Sydney, New South Wales. Both of her parents played softball. She has a sister, Brook McManus, who plays for New Zealand women's national softball team. In 2011, her sister was playing for the New South Wales team. She attended Endeavour Sports High School.

Softball

McManus plays shortstop and second base. She started playing softball when she was four years old. In 2004, she was named to the New South Wales U16 team. In 2005, she represented Endeavour Sports High School in the NSW CHS girls baseball knockout final. While she hit a home run, her team lost 7-2 and finished second in the competition. She made her first New South Wales open representative team when she was sixteen years old. In 2006, she played for the New South Wales side that won the Australian All Schools Softball Championship. In 2009, she has a scholarship with and played for the Australian Institute of Sport team.

National team

McManus is a member of Australia's women national softball team. In March 2009, she participated in a Brisbane based training camp. In July 2011, she accompanied the team on a tour of North America, the only national team player from her part of New South Wales selected for the team. During the tour, she represented Australia at the Canadian Open Fastpitch International Series and the World Cup of Softball. In January 2012, she played against her sister and New Zealand in a three game test series that Australia won every game of. She is a member of the 2012 Australia women's national softball team and is trying to earn a spot on the team that will compete at the 2012 ISF XIII Women's World Championships.

Recognition

In January 2012, McManus and her sister were named 2012 monthly Leader-Tynan Honda Sportstar of the Year.

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