Career Highlights: Regarded as one of golf’s greatest players in history, Hall of Famer Annika Sorenstam won 94 international tournaments, including 72 official LPGA tournaments of which 10 were major championships. In her professional career, Sorenstam won eight LPGA Player of the Year awards, and six Vare Trophies given to the LPGA player with the lowest scoring average. She was an eight-time LPGA leading money winner, amassing more than $22 million throughout her career. Sorenstam is the only LPGA player to win the Player of the Year honor, Vare Trophy and the Money List Award in the same year in five different years. In her first full year on the Tour in 1994, she was LPGA Rookie of the Year after three top-10 finishes. Her eight major championships included three U.S. Open titles, three Women’s PGA Championships, three ANA Inspiration titles, the du Maurier Classic and the British Open. The only female to shoot a 59 in competition, Sorenstam became the first player in LPGA history to finish a season with a sub-70 scoring average of 69.99.
Career Highlights: A fan favorite due to his fast and energetic style of play, Washington Capitals right winger T.J. Oshie won the 2018 Stanley Cup with the Capitals. A 13-year NHL veteran, Oshie played for St. Louis for seven seasons (2008-15) and was traded to Washington prior to the 2015-16 season, Oshie has helped the Capitals reach the NHL Playoffs the past five seasons. He has played in 856 regular season games, with 260 goals, 350 assists and 610 career points. Oshie rose to prominence while playing for the United States at the 2014 Winter Olympics in a preliminary-round game against Russia. After the initial three rounds of the overtime shootout, Oshie was sent out by USA Head Coach Dan Bylsma for the next five rounds and converted four times, including the game-winner. Oshie has also played on three U.S. Men’s National Teams and one U.S. National Junior Team. In college at the University of North Dakota, Oshie played for three seasons (2005-08) where he was a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award and was named to the AHCA West All-America First Team and All-WCHA First Team.
Career Highlights: Once ranked the top American professional tennis player, Mardy Fish received the honor of being named captain of the United States Davis Cup team in 2019, a team he played for from 2002 to 2012. In April 2011, Fish overtook former high school classmate Andy Roddick to become the No. 1 rated American in the ATP ranking and reached a career-high singles ranking of World No. 7 that August. That year he had a career-best 43 match wins, recording his sixth career title while reaching two other finals. During his career, Fish won six ATP Tour tournaments and reached the final of four Masters Series. His best Grand Slam tournament results included reaching the quarterfinals of the 2007 Australian Open, 2008 U.S. Open, and 2011 Wimbledon Championships. Fish also won eight career doubles titles. One of Fish’s major accomplishments was winning a silver medal at the 2004 Olympic Games. Since retiring from professional tennis after the 2015 U.S. Open, Fish has also excelled in golf winning the 2020 American Century Celebrity Golf Championship and also the Diamond Resorts Invitational three times.