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8 - Tayler Redinger
Tayler Redinger
Height: 5-7
Year: So.
Hometown: Fremont, OH
High School: Fremont Ross
Position: C
Bats/Throws: R/R

2010-11: Redinger started 21 games last season at the catcher and designated player positions, including two games in the national tournament, where she had two hits, two walks and an RBI. Overall, Redinger hit .364 in 28 games played with 20 hits, 11 runs, 12 RBI, two doubles, one triple, eight walks, one stolen base and seven sacrifice bunts in 55 at bats. She had a 3-for-3 performance twice and a three RBI performance once. Defensively, she made 36 putouts and two assists with only one error.

Prior to Owens: Redinger was a three-sport athlete at Fremont Ross (softball, volleyball and basketball), and helped lead her team to a Greater Buckeye Conference championship in softball her senior year. During the game that determined the championship, Redinger was playing at short when she dove for a ball and made the final out with the bases loaded, which she lists as her greatest sports thrill. For her play, she earned the GBC leadership award and Honorable Mention All-GBC during her softball career. She also played for the Huron Waves travel team where she won team MVP in the summer before her senior year. Academically, Redinger earned the Little Giant academic award and was a Little Giant honor roll member. She was coached by Mike Gilbert.

Personal: Tayler is the granddaughter of Donna Bischoff. She is an emergency medical management major at Owens.