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Taylor Green
Taylor  Green

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Chino Hills, Calif.

High School:
Ruben S. Ayala

Height:
5-7

Position:
C/IF


03/16/2014

Compton Blanks Gaels, 3-0, to Cap Fresno State Classic

`Dogs ride a three-run sixth inning en route to its quickest win of the season.

03/09/2014

Bulldogs Blank World Series Vets Huskers & Huskies Garmin Finales

Fresno State is boosted by 1-0 shutouts from sophomores Jill Compton & Kiley Shae Aldridge.

03/08/2014

Cougars edge Bulldogs, 4-2, in Judi Garman Classic Day 3

The `Dogs comeback falls short with tying run on second base in seventh inning.

03/08/2014

Titans Top Bulldogs in Judi Garman Classic Day 2, 9-2

Kierra Willis connects on her first collegiate triple for `Dogs' sixth-inning runs.

02/23/2014

Brazil Powers 'Dogs Past Blackbirds

Her fourth-inning three-run homer gives the team its second straight win in the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic.

03/24/2014

Softball v. Pacific (03-14-14) - By Keith Kountz

Softball v. Pacific (03-14-14) - By Keith Kountz

01/10/2014

Softball - Fall 2013

Fresno Softball Action Pictures, October 2013. Photos by Geoff Thurner, Copyright 2013.

Green 2013

























Fresno State Accolades
2013 NFCA Scholar Athlete

2014 (JUNIOR): One of the team's top reserve power-hitters, also started eight games for `Dogs at designated player in tilts vs. three NCAA qualifiers - No. 6 Washington, No. 14 Nebraska and Houston - as well as CS Fullerton, Pacific, St. Mary's, Boise State and Nevada ... hit in fifth-seventh slots in five of those tilts ... collected pair of pinch-hit doubles in consecutive games in the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic vs. Virginia and LIU Brooklyn, and the former set up Brooke Ortiz for a seventh-inning, two-out game-winning single ... also doubled vs. St. Mary's (1-for-3, RBI) ... claimed multi-hit effort vs. No. 6 Washington (2-for-3) and singled against CS Fullerton (1-for-3), Houston (1-for-4) and Nevada (1-for-2, HBP).

2013 (SOPHOMORE): Appeared in nine games as a pinch hitter ... hit .222 on the season ... tallied two hits in nine at-bats ... was 1-for-1 against San Diego State and New Mexico.

2012 (FRESHMAN): Played in nine games and started twice as the designated player ... was 2-for-9 (.222) on the year with the last four of her at-bats being pinch-hit appearances ... was 2-for-5 with three RBI and a walk in her two starts - vs. UC Riverside, Feb. 11, and vs. Santa Clara, Feb. 18 ... drew three walks on the season and struck out three times.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year varsity player ... 2010 Max Prep National Top 50 Fielding Leader - tied first in fielding percentage (1.000) and No. 2 putouts (315) in 31 games played ... 2010 CIF Southern Section Softball Division III champions ... two-time All- Sierra League ... three-time scholar-athlete ... helped the Bulldogs to three consecutive Sierra league titles while compiling a 83-40-1 overall record the last four seasons ... behind the dish, has posted two 1.000 fielding percentage seasons (junior/freshman) ... committed just 10 errors in 834 total chances for a prep career fielding average of .988 (781 putouts, 43 assists) ... on the ASA level, the Corona Angels finished third at the 2010 Premier Girls Fastpitch National Championship ... 2010 ASA 18-Under Champions Cup winner ... was the runner-up at the 2010 Canadian Open Fastpitch in Surrey, British Columbia.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Chris and Steve Green ... has two sisters, Alexis and Jessica ... is studying kinesiology/exercise science at Fresno State.


CAREER HIGHS
Runs scored: 1 - vs. Cal State Fullerton (3/7/14); vs. San Diego (2/8/15); vs. SDSU (4/4/15); vs. Nevada (4/26/15)
Hits: 2 - twice, vs. #6 Washington (3/9/14)
RBI: 3 - vs. Portland State (2/6/15)
Doubles: 1 - vs. Virginia (2/22/14); vs. LIU Brooklyn (2/23/14); vs. St. Mary's (3/16/14); vs. Portland State (2/6/15); vs. SDSU (4/4/15)
Total bases: 2 - vs. Virginia (2/22/14); vs. LIU Brooklyn (2/23/14); vs. #6 Washington (3/9/14); vs. St. mary's (3/16/14); vs. Portland State (2/6/15); vs. SDSU (4/4/15)
Walks: 1 - 11 times


FUN FACTS
Nicknames: T-green
Favorite Color: Green
Favorite Stuffed Animal: Pillow pets
Pets Growing Up: Spunky and Lou (dogs)
Favorite Saying/Motto: Never give up.
Favorite Hobbies: Writing, hanging out with family and friends, enjoying the outdoors
Greatest Accomplishment: 2010 CIF High School Champs
Something Most People Would be Surprised to Know About Me: I've written a book Personal Hero: My dad
When I was a Little Kid I Wanted to be a: Doctor
Intended Career Profession: Cardiovascular/respiratory therapist
If I Could Have Dinner With Anybody: Sandra Bullock
I'd Die Without My: Phone
First Car: 2000 Ford F150
Favorite Place I've Visited: Chicago
Favorite Place I'd Like to Travel to: Europe
Favorite Place on Campus: Locker room
Favorite Place to take Visitors in Fresno: Doghouse
Favorite Entrée/Dish: Pizza
Favorite Ice Cream: Mint chocolate chip
Favorite Snack: Chips and salsa
Favorite Pizza Toppings: Pepperoni and pineapple
Favorite Drink: Raspberry Arizona Iced Tea
First CD I Owned: Aaron Carter
Favorite Movie: The Goonies
Favorite TV Comedy: The Big Bang Theory
Favorite TV Drama: Greys Anatomy
Favorite TV Reality Show: Real World
Favorite Board Game: Skip-bo
I Chose Fresno State because: it was not to close and not to far from home and the perfect softball program that I wanted to be a part of
Special Item I Have to Travel With: My pillow pet
Your Biggest Fans: My parents
Favorite Pro Team: Green Bay Packers, Anaheim Angels
Favorite Coach Ford saying: 'Get in your legs.'
Favorite Bulldog Athlete: Allen Huddleston
Favorite softball player growing up: Leah O'Brien Amico
If I didn't play softball, I would play (what sport): Soccer

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