Joan Joyce was born on August 18, 1940, in Waterbury, Connecticut, she was the softball coach at Florida Atlantic University.
She formerly played for the Raybestos Brakettes and the Orange Lionettes, where she established several records.
She had also achieved records as a golfer on the LPGA Tour, as a member of the USA women’s national basketball team, and as a member and coach of the Connecticut Clippers volleyball team.
Joan Joyce Net Worth
Joan Joyce had an estimated net worth of $1 million to $5 million US dollars.
Joan Joyce Records
As a player in her career, she set numerous records in the sport that have yet to be broken:
Most all-star team selections in a row (18), National Tournament MVP eight times (1961, 1963, 1968, 1971 (co-MVP), 1973, 1974, and 1975), The number of victories in a season (42) is the highest in a single season (in 1974)
In the National Tournament, there were two no-hit, no-run games (four times) a season’s worth of shutouts (38 in 1974), The number of innings pitched in a game (29 in 1968 against Perkasie), doubles in a career (153), Seasonal doubles (22 in 1968), triples in a career (67), Brakettes team batting champion in 1960, 1962, 1967–69, and 1973, batting average with the highest (.467 in 1971).
Joan Joyce’s Age
Joan Joyce was 81 years when she passed away.
Joan Joyce’s Family
Her sister Janis Joyce, brother Joseph Joyce and his wife Virginia (Ginny), nieces Bridget Joyce Wright and husband Russ, and Meghan Joyce Bolesta and husband Michael, as well as two grandnieces, Morgan and Brooke, and two grandnephews, Joseph and Patrick, survive her.