Kaylee Uribe enters her fourth season with Taft College softball as the assistant/pitching coach. Uribe leads the pitching staff for Taft College as one of her main responsibilities.
In 2017, she graduated with her associate's degree in early childhood education from Taft College. She is currently enrolled at Fresno Pacific University and will graduate with her bachelor’s degree in liberal arts in 2019.
Uribe graduated from Frontier High School in Bakersfield and continued her softball career at Saddleback College in Mission Viejo. As a freshman in 2015, the former Kaylee Cranmer compiled a 22-10 overall record and led the Orange Empire Conference with 144 strikeouts. She closed the season ranking among the state's top-10 in games started (3rd, 34), appearances (5th, 37), shutouts (6th, 5), innings pitched (6th, 207), wins (7th, 22), and complete games (9th, 22).
Uribe began her coaching career at the travel ball level and has worked her way up to college softball. She currently gives pitching lessons on the side of her duties to the team. Uribe brings her knowledge of the game along with the experience with the CCCAA.