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Bella Dayton is a softball player for Texas Longhorns

She is the first Wildcat since Ashleigh Hughes in 2018 to steal three bases in a game.

Bella Dayton moved from Arizona to Texas following last season to be closer to her home in Wylie, Texas, and to gain more playing time.

Meet Bella Dayton Father Alan Dayton And Mother 

Bella Dayton is the daughter of Alan and Denise Dayton. Nick, Sal, Anthony, and Dominic are her four brothers.

She intends to major in physiology with the goal of becoming a pediatric surgeon. In her spare time, she likes to spend time with her family, drink coffee, and watch sports.

Dayton hit.602 with 68 hits and 50 stolen bases as a senior in 2019, leading her Wylie High School team to a conference title and the fifth round of the UIL State Playoffs for the first time in school history.

Dayton was an all-area basketball player who also competed on the track, competing in regionals in the 4x400 and 200m relays.

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Is Bella Dayton Boyfriend Justin Wylie?

Bella Dayton has not shared any details about her Boyfriend.

We are not even sure about the rumors which say her boyfriend is Justin Wylie.

She seems too busy with training and her games and when she has spare time she spent it with her family.

So she may not have a boyfriend looking at her situation.

She started seven games in left field, seven games in right field, and one game as the designated player for Arizona.

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Bella Dayton Net Worth Details

As a college player, she is not paid so we are not sure about her net worth.

She does charge 20 dollars for any brand sponsor on her Ig profile.

She has started three games in left field and 19 games in right field for Arizona so far. She was one of four Pac-12 players to steal ten or more bases without being caught.

She hit.302 in 43 at-bats this season, ranking seventh on the squad.

She is the first Wildcat since Ashleigh Hughes in 2018 to steal three bases in a game.