Taylore Fuller joins the UMBC softball coaching staff after a stellar collegiate career with the Florida Gators and two summers in the NPF for the Scrapyard Dawgs and Chicago Bandits, respectively. Ranked as the nation's No. 6 catcher and No. 38 overall prospect out of high school, the Trenton, Florida native joined the University of Florida softball team in the fall of 2012. Taylore was a 4 year starter who helped lead the Gators' program to consecutive Women's College World Series titles in 2014 & 2015. Showing her true versatility as an all-around athlete, she played in 231 games with 198 starts during her time at UF, and played every position except pitcher, second base, and center field., Fuller was a 3-time SEC regular season champion and 2-time SEC Academic Honor Roll selection . She ended her career at Florida with 36 homeruns, 8 grand slams and 49 HBP, with an on base percentage of .399, slugging percentage of .477, 141 RBI, and a career batting average of .244., Fuller was drafted 34th overall in the 2016 NPF Draft by the ScrapYard Dawgs where she Started 40 games in her rookie season as Monica Abbott's primary catcher, hitting 5 homeruns, 11 RBI, and drawing 21 walks. She played her second professional season with the Chicago Bandits where she had a .286 slugging percentage and a .293 on base percentage.