#6

Taylor Pack

C/INF

Player profile

  • Year Senior
  • Hometown Lakewood, Calif.
  • Last School Lakewood
  • Height 5-5
  • B/T L/R

Follow on Social Media
Twitter: @taylorrmarrie_
Instagram: @tpack._

Ohio State Overview
• A veteran of 103 career games through the 2022 season
• Has a .251 career batting average with 15 doubles, three home runs, 25 RBI snd 24 runs scored
• Is majoring in human development and family science

As a Junior (2022)
• Played in 43 games and started 39 times, all at catcher
• Hit her first career home run in a 6-4 win over Iowa (April 16)
• Also had home runs in games vs. Penn State (April 26) and Campbell (May 21)
• Had a bases-clearing three-run triple to spark Ohio State’s 5-4 win over Miami (Ohio) (Feb. 27)
• Hit .257 in 17 Big Ten games
• Behind the plate, threw out nine opposing base stealers

As a Sophomore (2021)
• Started all 42 games that she played in, primarily as the designated player
• Started seven games at first base and three as the catcher
• Hit .263 with seven doubles, 11 RBI and nine runs scored
• Her seven doubles were tied for second-most on the team
• In a four-game series vs. Rutgers, hit .667 with five RBI and a pair of runs scored
• Went 2-for-3 with a pair of doubles in the second game of a doubleheader vs. the Scarlet Knights (4/23)

As a Freshman (2020)
• Made 13 starts in 18 appearances
• Tallied 12 hits, six RBI, five doubles, four runs and two walks
• Had her first hit as a Buckeye versus NDSU (2/8)
• Registered a career-high three hits and two RBI with one run against UNCG (2/9)
• Hit a two-RBI double against UCSB (2/22)
• Had a five-game streak with a hit (2/21-2/23)
• Recorded three games with 10 putouts at first base

Prior to Ohio State
• 2019 Press-Telegram Dream Team Player of the Year
• 2019 Moore League Co-MVP
• Picked up second team All-State honors as a senior
• Ranked 53rdon FloSoftball’s Hot 100 list for the Class of 2019
• Earned All-Moore League honors every season
• Three-time Offensive Player of the Year
• Played club ball for the Corona Angels
• Helped the squad to a first-place finish in the Champions Cup
• Angels were a runner-up at the PGF National Championship in 2016
• Finished third at the Colorado IDT Tournament and PGF National Championship in 2018

Personal
• Daughter of Anthony and Lakeysha Pack
• Has a brother, Anthony
• Father played football at Cal State Fullerton