1. USSSA Pride win game 3 against Florida Gulf Coast League 7-2
  2. USSSA Pride Sweep Doubleheader against Florida Gulf Coast League
  3. USSSA Pride packs Bosse Field with fans during Evansville Series
  4. Pride Take on Team Florida in Evansville
  5. USSSA Pride shut out Team Florida, 8-0
  6. USSSA Pride Take Series Opener against Team Mexico, 4-3
  7. USSSA Pride defeat Team Canada, 2-1
  8. Ford Shuts out Team Canada in 1-0 Win
  9. Pride Prepare for Series Rematch Against Team Canada
  10. USSSA Pride split the DH with Team Mexico
  11. USSSA Pride welcomes Jessie Harper
  12. USSSA Pride come back to Space Coast Complex in Game 1 against Team Mexico
  13. Alyssa Palomino-Cardoza joins USSSA Pride for 2021 season
  14. USSSA Pride Welcomes Odicci Alexander
  15. USSSA Pride Travel to Oklahoma
  16. Pride Welcomes Haley Cruse
  17. Pride Finish Four Game Series with a Bang
  18. Pride Open The Season Against Team Canada
  19. Pride Coaching Staff Returns for 2021 Season
  20. Pride Welcomes Sam Show
  21. USSSA Names Lauren Chamberlain as National Director of USA Elite Select
  22. Don DeDonatis Sr. returns to manage the USSSA Pride
  23. WPF Coming 2022; Chamberlain named Commissioner
  24. Pride Win finished 2021 season with emotional tribute to retiring Powers
  25. Alexander throws No-Hitter in 11-0 win over Carolina Collegiate League
  26. Pride Crushes Team Florida after explosive 3rd inning, 7-3
  27. Pride shutout Team Florida 5-0 in Home Opener

Missy Taukeiaho


Height: 5’3″   Bats: R  Throws: R

Years Pro: ROOKIE

College: Cal State Fullerton

Hometown: Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.

PROFESSIONAL: Enters her first season in the NPF with the USSSA Pride. Signed on as a free agent before the 2016 season.

COLLEGE: Junior (2015): NFCA All-American Third Team, NFCA All-West Region First Team, All-Big West Conference First Team, Buffalo Wild Wings Student-Athlete of the Week, USA Softball Top 50 Watch List. Sophomore (2014): NFCA All-American Third Team, NFCA All-West Region First Team, All-Big West Conference Player of the Year, All-Big West Conference First Team, three-time Big West Softball Field Player of the Week. Freshman (2013): Played her freshman season for the University of Washington. Appeared in 42 games, starting 35 games primarily in the outfield, helped the Huskies reach the Women’s College World Series.

PERSONAL: Born Melissa Taukeiaho on February 13, 1994 to Angela Vargas and Williams Taukeiaho. Favorites include watching movies, shopping, hanging out with friends and listening to music. Has several family connections to the Pac-12 as she has had relatives play football at Arizona State and Oregon State. Majored in physical therapy and aspires to become a doctor and specialize in sports medicine.