Taylor Vincent

Taylor Vincent


2011 Quick Hits: 
-Cal’s back-up catcher, the go-to catcher in the bullpen
-Hit 1.000 in one at-bat
-Played in three games

High School: 
-Was a North Coast Section CIF scholar athlete from 2007-2010 and a member of the National Honor Society in 2010
-Made the Principal’s List every year from 2007-2010 and was a three-time recipient of the Falcon Pride Award
-First-team All-League in 2010
-Led her Foothill High School team to 2007 EBAL and NCS championships and an EBAL title in 2008
-Served as president and founder of the Physics Club and participated in the Tobacco Use Prevention Education program
-Also held the office of vice-president her junior year and president her senior year

Club Ball: 
-In 2009, played for Sorcerer Phil 18 Gold team that won the 18 Gold National Championship

-Parents are Richard and Teri Vincent
-Father owns an MBA from Pepperdine while her mother is a nurse with certification in high-risk obstetrics
-Chose Cal because it offered her the opportunity to play for a top-25 division I program while getting a degree from one of the top-ranked physics departments in the world
-Notes her best sports moment was storming the field at Easton Stadium in Oklahoma City after her team won the National Championship last summer
-Physics and math double major
-In her spare time, she is an ASA umpire
-Has an aunt who attended Cal and a cousin who competed collegiately in gymnastics and was an alternate for the Olympic team

Brainiac Alert: 
Though all Cal student-athletes have smarts, ensuring they get into the No. 1 public institution in America,Taylor Vincent paces the Bears in brain power. At Foothill High School, Vincent served as the president and founder of the Physics Club. Majoring in math and physics as an undergraduate, Vincent hopes to get her Ph.D. in biophysics from Cal and to work on advancements in human prosthetics. She was a North Coast Section CIF scholar athlete from 2007-2010 and a member of the National Honor Society in 2010.

Why I Have My Number: 
“I wanted 7 (Ari’s number), but she asked for it first so I settled for one less. Seven is the most magically powerful number… Or it was one of the first numbers I was given when I started playing and it stuck with me.”

My Walk-Up Songs Are: 
“My walk-up songs are “I’ve Got My Mind Set on You” by George Harrison and “Lover, Lover” by Jerrod Niemann because they are both upbeat songs that bring a smile to my face and help me relax in the batter’s box.”

Position Catching Coach
Season 2018/2019