Lisa Fernandez, who was a standout pitcher at Lakewood St. Joseph before moving on to UCLA, has beenn selected to the National High School Hall of Fame.
She will be inducted on July 2 in Rhode Island.
In four years at St. Joseph from 1986-89, her earned-run average was 0.07. She recorded 37 no-hitters and 12 perfect games. She won 80 games, 69 by shutouts. She went on to become a four-time All-American at UCLA and won two NCAA championships.
She was the first softball player to win the Honda-Broderick Cup. She's now an assistant softball coach at UCLA.