ORLANDO, Fla., May 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Sporting goods company 3N2 has come to terms with fastpitch softball phenom Monica Abbott on a product endorsement deal. Abbott, who currently pitches for National Pro Fastpitch's (NPF) Chicago Bandits and Team Toyota of the Japanese Pro League, is widely considered one of the top talents in the game. She will wear 3N2 footwear and apparel throughout the duration of the deal.
Abbott joins a roster of 3N2 athletes that includes softball legend and ESPN Analyst Michele Smith and US National Team Members and Olympic Medalists Natasha Watley, Lauren Lappin, and Vicky Galindo.
Abbott, who has won three NPF league championships, is among the most recognized players in fastpitch. Her many accolades include being named Collegiate Softball Player of the Year while attending University of Tennessee, two-time NPF League Championship MVP, two-time NPF Pitcher of the Year, and winning a Silver Medal at the Beijing Olympics.
"Monica is simply one of the most dominant forces on the mound," says 3N2 CEO Sean Murphy. "And her passion goes well beyond the diamond. Through scholarships and clinics, she truly believes in paying it forward. We are excited to be aligned with a player and person of her caliber."
Said Abbott, "I'm really happy to join team 3N2. They've been tremendous for our sport and I love their product. It was an easy decision for me, and I'm looking forward to a long relationship."
Headquartered in Orlando, FL, 3N2 maintains a singular focus on designing and developing the most dynamic line of high-performance athletic footwear and apparel in the marketplace. Learn more at www.3N2Sports.com