|USSSA Pride – No. 28|
|Born: April 12, 1984|
|NCAA: 2003, for the UCLA Bruins|
|NPF: 2010, for the USSSA Pride|
|NPF statistics |
(through entire career)
|Runs batted in||122|
|Career highlights and awards|
Andrea Jane Duran (born April 12, 1984) is an American, former collegiate All-American, medal-winning Olympian, professional 4-time All-Star right-handed softball player, originally from Selma, California. She played college softball at the University of California, Los Angeles in the Pac-12 Conference, she was named twice to the all-conference team and Player of The Year in 2006. She also won a national title at the 2003 Women's College World Series and was named All-Tournament for the 2006 series. She won a silver medal at the 2008 Summer Olympics. On the Olympic team she played third base and outfield. Duran was undrafted but later played in the National Pro Fastpitch in 2006, 10-15, 17, being named the 2014 Player of The Year and winning three titles with the USSSA Pride.
Her international competition debut was with the United States women's national softball team in 2006 where they went on to win a gold medal at the 2006 ISF World Championship.
In 2010 she returned to UCLA to assume a position as director of operations with the coaching staff for the UCLA Softball Team.
For her career in the NPF she currently ranks top-10 in career RBIs (133) for the league.