Taryne Mowatt Wife Brittany McKinney Age Net Worth And Instagram

Taryne Mowatt Wife & Net Worth: Meet Arizona Softball Coach On Instagram

Taryne Mowatt Wife & Net Worth: Meet Arizona Softball Coach On Instagram

Taryne Mowatt and her wife recently celebrated their wedding anniversary. See how much net worth she has.

Taryne is a former softball pitcher who went to the University of Arizona and played for the Arizona Wildcats Softball team. In 2006 and 2007, Arizona won the Women’s College World Series while playing for the team.

Taryne played professionally in NPF (National Pro Fastpitch) from 2008 to 2013, after being drafted by Washington Glory in the 2008 NPF draft. She holds several records in the Women’s College World Series, including the wins and strikeouts. T

aryne currently works as the pitching coach for Arizona. 

Who Is Taryne Mowatt Wife Brittany McKinney?

Taryne Mowatt and her wife Brittany McKinney got married on December 29, 2019. 

Brittany McKinney is active on Instagram with 1.4k active followers and 328 posts. According to her Instagram bio, McKinney is a firefighter.

Brittany works as the softball analyst for the ESPN/ACC Network.

She is a former North Carolina Catcher.

Taryne Mowatt Age And 

Taryne Mowatt age is 34 years.

Mowatt was born on September 12, 1986, in Orange County, California.

Her full name is Taryne Lee Mowatt.

Her Net Worth Details Revealed

Taryne Mowatt’s net worth might be abundant, given her successful career.

One can read about her bio, career details, and career stats on her Wikipedia page. 

She went to the Santiago High School, Corona, California.

She graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor’s degree in Communication in 2009, reports Arizona Wildcats.

Meet Her On Instagram

Taryne is active on Instagram under the username @tarynemowatt.

Mowatt is quite active on Instagram, with 716 posts as of June 2021. She has more than 5.6k followers on the social media platform.

She played for several teams in her career, including Washington Glory, New York Comets, Chicago Bandits, and Akron Racers.

Talking about her coaching career, she has coached for California Baptist from 2012 to 2014, Ole Miss from 2015 to 2017. 

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