Tatum Wittig is currently a Special Education Teacher. After graduating from Ashwaubenon High School in 2017, Tatum played at the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point for a year as a starting outfielder.
In High School, Tatum was a three-year letter winner in softball. In 2017 Tatum earned Honorable Mention and the American Legion Award in the Fox River Classic Conference. As a senior, Tatum was ranked third in the Fox River Classic Conference for fielding percentage and had a batting average of .365 and had a total of 5 home runs her senior year. She also led her team with the most stolen bases. Stealing 18 bases out of 18 attempts. Tatum also lettered two times in volleyball and one time in cross country.
At the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point, as a freshman Tatum had a batting average of .366 with a total of 41 at bats. Tatum had an on base percentage of .381. Tatum received the Athlete of the Week reward after hitting .500 going 7-for-14 over the six games to begin the PDX Games in Florida. She hit safely in 5 of the 6 games and scored four runs. She drove in a run and scored another in the win over Kalamazoo.
Tatum then decided that she would set her focus to school and graduated from the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point in Winter 2021.
Tatum is excited to work with hitters of all ages to help them build their love for softball and also help them grow as leaders on and off the field.