|Birth Day:||November 27, 1981|
|Birth Place:||Irvine, United States|
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She was a dominant player at UCLA, where she was a first team All-American all four years.
In 2001, Watley earned status by being named a First Team All-American as well as All Pac-10. She stole 32 bases to break the school record, which now ranks fourth all-time at UCLA.
In the summer of 2001, Watley played for the USA Red Team helping them win the US Cup and place third at the Canada Cup. She was named "Most Inspirational Player" at the Canada Cup in addition to being named to the All-Tournament Team. In 2002, she was named to the All-Tournament Team at the Canada Cup and the 2002 ISF World Championship tournaments where she also earned Most Valuable Player. In 2003, Watley was also awarded a gold medal for her performance at the Pan American Games.
Watley played her first season professionally with the NY/NJ Juggernaut in the National Pro Fastpitch league in 2005. In her rookie season, Watley led the Nauts in batting with a .374 average and tallied 37 hits as the leadoff hitter to be named an NPF All-Star. In 2006, Watley played for the Philadelphia Force in limited action (30 at-bats) due to Team USA duties.
In 2008 on the Bound 4 Beijing Tour, Watley hit over .450 once again. She led the tour in at-bats, triples and stolen bases. Watley opened the Games smacking a two-run home run in a run-rule victory over Venezuela. Watley ended the Games in the gold medal contest on August 21, Watley had a hit in Team USA's 3–1 upset by Yukiko Ueno and Team Japan to earn Silver. Watley hit .321 and led the team in at-bats and stolen bases.
Watley played longest for the USSSA Pride based out of Kissimmee, Florida. In the 2010 season, Watley received her second All-NPF Team honor and on August 6 she set a career best in hits with 4 against the Tennessee Diamonds. Her team made it into the Cowles Cup Championship on August 29 vs. the Chicago Bandits. Watley hit a solo home run in a 3/4 performance against pitchers Kristina Thorson, Nikki Nemitz and Jessica Sallinger to win the title. For the 2011 season, she led the league in average at .459 and had a 21 consecutive game hit streak for a career highlight. From July 2-August 12, she hit .531 (43/81) with 15 RBIs, a triple and two doubles, slugging .580% with two walks and 11 stolen bases. She was able to get a rematch shot at defending her team's title on August 24. The Pride lost but Watley had two hits and batted in two of three runs off ace Monica Abbott, pitching for the Bandits.
In 2012, Watley was second overall in batting average and July 16 against Chicago, she drove in a career best 4 RBIs. She had a rematch in the Cowles Cup Championship with the Chicago Bandits and Monica Abbott; the team lost again on August 25 at a 2–1 score, but Watley managed a hit in the effort. For the 2013 season championship, Watley earned the Cowles Cup Championship and had a hit in the finale. In 2014, she became the first player in league history to amass 300 career hits and on June 24 she walked 3 times against the Akron Racers for another highlight. In 2015 it marked her sixth straight season with at least 50 hits to be named All-NPF. Watley earned a second season batting crown in 2015 and made her last appearance in the Cowles Championship final losing to the Bandits but did tally a hit and walk in her last game. Watley also set an enduring league record for hits in 2011. She also holds the career batting crown for playing multiple season and is tied second in stolen bases and hits, ranking third for triples. Watley spent the 2016 season overseas and retired in 2017.
Watley was inducted into the UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame on October 11, 2014.
Natasha was born to Carolyn and Edwin Watley.
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