By Andrew Gribble/Tuscaloosa Bureau, Mobile Press-Register, Birmingham News, and The Huntsville Times
TUSCALOOSA, Alabama -- The J-Train hasn't slowed down since she helped lead Alabama to its first softball national championship.
Traina, the SEC Pitcher of the Year who notched a program-record 42 wins in 2012, pitched four shutout innings and allowed just one hit Monday en route to the first international victory of her career. It came on a big night, as Team USA wrapped up a World Cup of Softball championship with a 3-0 victory over Australia in Oklahoma City.
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