Tayler Wullenweber
Tayler  Wullenweber

RS Freshman

Lawrenceburg, Ind.

High School:
East Central


Cincy Static


Bates' Historical Effort Sweeps Iowa

Sydney Bates throws her third complete-game win against Iowa


SB Series Evened by Wisconsin

Purdue and Wisconsin have split the first two games of their three-game series


SB Falters in B1G Doubleheader

Stephanie Ramsey finished 5-for-7 with four RBI and two runs scored


SB Sweeps Day 1 in Riverside

Purdue uses a pair of seventh inning rallies to earn two wins


SB Comes Up Short

Lack of hitting sets back Boilers on day two in Florida

2017 (Freshman):
  • Missed the majority of the season due to injury and earned a medical redshirt.
  • Registered 12 hits in 28 at-bats to hit .429 with four RBI and five runs scored in 17 games.
  • 11 of her 12 hits came in a six-game hitting streak that featured two three-hit efforts.

    High School:
  • Two-time all-state honoree, earning first team honors as a senior and third team honors as a junior.
  • Four-time all-Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference and all-Dearborn County selection.
  • Named EIAC MVP, Dearborn County Player of the Year, team MVP and Offensive Player of the Year and to the Indiana North/South All-Star team as a senior.
  • Boasts school record for career hits, doubles, RBI, batting average and assists, season batting average, longest hit streak (27 games) and most RBI in a game.
  • Batted .568 with 45 RBI, 32 runs and 20 extra base hits, while boasting a .634 on-base percentage and .991 fielding percentage as a senior.
  • Batted .500 as a junior and posted a 1.284 OPS and .975 fielding percentage, while earning team defensive player of the year accolades and breaking the school record for career batting average.
  • Batted .429 as a sophomore with a 1.236 OPS and .984 fielding percentage en route to her second straight all-conference and all-county accolade and second straight team batting title.
  • Named EIAC Newcomer of the Year as a rookie after batting .407 with a .975 OPS and .945 fielding percentage.
  • Earned all-conference and all-county honors while leading the team to the EIAC title as the starting second baseman her freshman year.
  • A four-year exemplary honor roll student and a National Honor Society member.
  • Attended the National Junior Leadership Conference in Washington D.C., and graduated with an academic honor diploma.
  • Played travel ball for the Cincy Static 97, and led the team with a .600 average, 1.291 slugging percentage and nine home runs in 2015.

  • Given name is Tayler Lynn Wullenweber.
  • Born Nov. 6, 1997
  • Parents are Shannon and Jennifer Wullenweber.
  • Plans to major in graphic design/visual communication.
  • @PurdueSoftball

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