Softball great Cat Osterman has been retired since 2015 but is making a comeback to try to play in the 2020 Olympics.

Osterman posted on her Instagram page, "Last fall I made the decision to put the cleats back on and give it a go one more time. Plain and simple, there’s unfinished business. I’m honored and excited to be trying out for the @usasoftball USA National Team in January."

Since retiring from competitive softball, Osterman has been coaching. She is currently on the staff at Texas State University.

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I’m baackkkk —- My heart is racing with excitement as I post this. Last fall I made the decision to put the cleats back on and give it a go one more time. Plain and simple, there’s unfinished business. I’m honored and excited to be trying out for the @usasoftball USA National Team in January... excited is an understatement when I think of the journey ahead. 📸: @jadehewittmedia

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"Excited is an understatement when I think of the journey ahead," said Osterman.

She is one of 41 athletes that has accepted an invitation to the 2019 USA Softball Women’s National Team Selections Trials. They will be held January 1-6, 2019. Tryouts will help the coaches cut the team down to 15 for the Pan American games in Peru in the summer of 2019.