Barbara Rotvig Seasonal Pitching Records
Barbara Rotvig Seasonal Batting Record
Barbara Rotvig was one of Duluth's Denfeld High School most successful female athletes before girls’ sports were officially sanctioned. While a student at Denfeld, Rotvig was involved in intramural volleyball, track, basketball, softball and golf while. She also participated in Speech, Pyramid, Criterion, choir and band.
Besides playing in the AAGPBL, she played semi-pro softball, participated in the All-American Golf League, and joined the Women’s Professional Golf Tour.
In 1960, the first LPGA National Golf School staff was established under the guidance of Shirley Spork and Barbara Rotvig. She died in 1964 in her homeland of Duluth, Minnesota, at the age of 35.
An award in her name is given each year to the outstanding female athlete of the year at Denfeld High School.