OLYMPIC MONITOR

FIELD OF ANOTHER DREAM TEAM

The U.S. men's basketball dream team may not be the most dominant contingent at the Olympics. That distinction could go to the 15 women on the U.S. softball team, who lack only a catchy moniker. Since 1986 the national team has won three world championships and compiled a record of 110 wins vs. just one loss. "One of sport's all-time great dynasties," says Amateur Softball Association executive director Don Porter.

Though their names aren't as well known as those of Olajuwon and Barkley, all the players are at the top of their game. The leader is...

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