STORRS, Conn. – The offseason for the University of Connecticut softball team rolls on, and with it, another edition of “UConn Softball: Where are they now?” in order to catch up with and celebrate the accomplishments of Husky alumni every Friday.
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Ali Adelman, a graduate of the class of 2012, has been busy to say the least since her days of toeing the rubber for the Huskies. The former UConn pitcher recorded a career-best 3.22 ERA in her sophomore season and career-high 59 strikeouts as a junior.
A native of San Diego, Calif., Adelman has worked her way to an illustrious career in a short time frame – all while doing it back in the Golden State. See what Adelman has been doing since college by reading her responses:
Where do you live now?
I live in San Diego, CA. (I grew up in SD and moved back after college)
What was your major at UConn?
Where did/do you work?
I am an attorney at Schwartz Semerdjian Cauley & Moot LLP, a law firm in San Diego.
What do you consider to be your greatest accomplishment since graduating from UConn?
Graduating from law school and passing the California Bar Exam to become an attorney.
What's your favorite UConn softball memory?
I have a few! When Coach Mullins put me in a game in Bakersfield, CA with the bases loaded and a 3-0 count on the batter. She thought the count was 2-0. I struck the girl out and got out of the jam with no runs scored. OR...coming in for relief and beating previously undefeated/nationally ranked USF. OR when UConn softball played in San Diego my freshman year and the team came to my house for dinner.