Katie Taylor is a sophomore Softball Player at the Tennessee Lady Volunteers squad playing in the NCAA Division 1 Tournament. During her time at the varsity level, she was involved in the Beta Club, National Honor Society, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Katie helped out at the Special Olympics Georgia Indoor Winter Games and the Legacy Christian Church Jesus Prom as a volunteer. She was awarded the David McCrary & Betty McCrary Endowed Scholarship for Women in Athletics.
Katie Taylor should be 19 years as she is in her sophomore class and belongs from Newnan, Georgia. She is the daughter of Mary and Scott Taylor and it seems she is the only child in the family. She wanted to play softball at a high level and get a solid education at the same time, so she opted for the University of Tennessee. Her present academic focus is on journalism and electronic media, with the ultimate goal of becoming a broadcast journalist.
Katie Taylor Career
Katie won three Georgia Class 7A state crowns in four years at East Coweta HS in Sharpsburg, Georgia. Extra Inning Softball ranked her as the No. 1 outfielder and No. 24 overall prospect in the class of 2021, and she hit.414 with a career-high 14 doubles her senior year, earning first-team all-region honors.
As a junior at East Coweta High School, Katie excelled academically and athletically, earning recognition as a first-team all-region and all-county selection in the autumn of 2019. She played travel baseball for the East Cobb Bullets, where she hit the game-winning home run in the 2019 Triple Crown/USA National Championship game. She also helped her high school gain a No. 1 national ranking from MaxPreps in 2017 and 2018.
In 2018, as a sophomore, Katie was the most valuable player for the junior varsity. Tennessee’s go-to pinch runner her freshman year saw action in 48 games for the Lady Vols, contributing 19 runs and seven stolen bases for the Big Orange. She knocked in the game’s first run in a 5-2 victory for UT over then-ranked No. 16 Auburn on 5/7.
During a pinch-running stint, he scored four consecutive times: against UNC Greensboro (4/23), East Carolina (4/24), Liberty (4/27), and Ole Miss (5/1). She drove in two runs in Tennessee’s sweep of Texas A&M (4/16, 4/17) and scored one of the Vols’ nine runs in their win against Lipscomb (3/30). Katie got her first two at-bats against UC San Diego (2/25) and contributed a walk and a stolen base to UT’s victory over UC Davis. She scored her first collegiate run on opening day for Tennessee against UNC Greensboro.
Katie Taylor Biography
|Real Name||Katie Taylor|
|Age (as of 2023)||19 Years|
|Hometown||Newnan, Georgia, USA|
|Profession||College Softball Player|
|College||University of Tennessee, Knoxville|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 7” – in Centimeters – 170 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 56 kg – in Pounds – 123 lbs|
|Marital Status||In Relation|
|Who is her boyfriend?||Logan Frady|
From her Instagram, it is evident that she is in a relationship with a guy probably from her hometown. His name is Logan Frady and he plays college baseball. However, we don’t exactly know from which college he is playing at this moment. She is currently more interested in getting her career on the right trajectory.
Katie Taylor Net Worth
There is no current wealth prediction for Katie Taylor. She’ll make a lot of money as a professional softball player thanks to her debuts on the international stage.