Former Fresno State head coach Margie Wright and outfielder Laura Berg will be inducted into the National Softball Hall of Fame in 2013.
Wright retired from Fresno State in 2012 after 27 seasons as head coach of the Bulldogs. Berg, who played for the Bulldogs from 1994-98, is one of two fast pitch players to be inducted.
Wright guided the Bulldogs to a national title (1998) while guiding the program to the NCAA Women's College World Series 10 times, which included the National title, three national runner-up finishes, three third-place showings and three fifth-place finishes.
Wright became the first NCAA Division I softball coach and 24th overall in NCAA Division I history, regardless of sport, to amass 1,000 Division I career victories and the first to tally 1,400 fastpitch wins.
As a Bulldog, Berg was a four-time All-American whose collegiate career was highlighted by a NCAA Championship title in 1998. Also leading Fresno State to three Women's College World Series appearances and a pair of Western Athletic Conference crowns, Berg is the only Bulldog to record three consecutive 100-hit seasons.
The 33rd induction ceremony will take place on Nov. 13, 2013 in Oklahoma City, Okla. at the 82nd Annual ASA Council Meeting.