|Date of Birth:||1985, February 6|
|Age:||35 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||5 Feet 8 Inch|
|Birth Name||Caitlin Lowe|
|Birth Place||Tustin, California|
|Famous Name||Caitlin Lowe|
|Net Worth||$2 million|
|Position in Team||assistant coach|
|Current team||Arizona Wildcats|
|Started career as||softball player|
|University attended||University of Arizona|
|Married to||Paul Nagy|
Caitlin Lowe is a native American former athlete in NPF and current assistant coach of the University of Arizona. Previously, Caitlin played for the Arizona Wildcats under head coach Mike Candrea of the University of Arizona. Moreover, she also participated in the Olympics representing the United States.
Player of The Year 2014 and member of the USA Schutt Elite Team, Caitlin Lowe has made a decent amount from her softball playing as well as coaching career and if you want to explore detailed information regarding her net worth, salary, married life, and kids, you need to scroll down.
Caitlin Lowe is a happily married woman and is currently enjoying her marital life with her spouse Paul. Caitlin exchanged the wedding vows with her boyfriend Paul Nagy in December 2015 in a lavish wedding ceremony in front of family and friends.
Caitlin and her husband Nagy are blessed with two lovely children named Harper and Beckham and are currently living with them.
There isn't much information about her spouse but as per some of the sources, Paul is currently serving as the assistant coach of the Arizona team.
The couple has been living together for a long time and it seems that they will be together in the future since there isn't any misunderstanding between them.
Caitlin's favorite snack is Cheezits and she mentions that she likes boxer puppies. Moreover, she loves to have dinner with her family and her favorite places for shopping are Karmel and Alden Jean Co. Lowe's lucky charm is her necklace and she adores chocolate very much.
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Caitlin Lowe is a famous assistant softball coach and also a former softball player who has a height of 5 ft 8.5 in (1.74 m). Further facts regarding her body measurements are still under review.
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Caitlin Lowe is currently serving as the assistant coach of the Arizona Wildcats team and is getting well paid from the team. As per some of the reports, the salary for the Arizona team assistant coaches is around $140,000 which is split between Lowe and Taryne Mowatt.
The assistant coaches get some extra sum as bonuses and incentives from the team so the estimated salary of Caitlin is around $100,000 per annum including bonuses and incentives. Lowe also earned a decent amount from her softball playing career from which she got retired in 2015.
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Overall her income is approximated to be around $4 million. Besides, Lowe is among the highest paid softball players of her time and her then salary was estimated to be around $50,000 annually. As of 2019, she has an estimated net worth of around $2 million which she made from her playing and coaching career.
In addition to this, there are reports that she owns several personal assets like houses and cars but the exact information regarding it is still under review.
Caitlin Lowe was born to parents Dave and Dawn Lowe on February 6, 1985, in Tustin, California. She holds an American nationality and belongs to the white ethnic group. She had an awesome childhood with her siblings Whitney, Paige, Tanner, and McKenna Lowe.
Lowe belongs to the family of athletes. She completed her graduation and minor in communications from the University of Arizona in 2007.
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Caitlin Lowe has been playing softball since her early days. she started her national softball playing career with the USA Schutt Elite team. She represented the United States National Team in several international tournaments like Pan American Games.
Caitlin has been playing for the U.S. Women's National Softball Team since 2005 and her head coach mentions her as "She's all out all the time and plays the game like a giant." Despite her national team career, she also played in the NPF.
During her 2014 season, she was named Player of The Year in 2014 and Diamond Spikes Awards which she got in 2012. She announced her retirement in 2015.