As a Senior (2014):
Earned Second Team All-Pac-12 honors…Named to the NSCAA All-Pacific Region Second Team…A Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention selection…A TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Week member on Sept. 22 after a two-assist game in a 4-2 win at Colorado…Named Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 22…Led the Bears with 8 goals on the year…Started in 21 games, appearing in 22 overall…Registered a team-high eight goals, including two against Pacific…Played a season-high 110 minutes against Arizona…Scored a career-best two goals in a game against Pacific on Sept. 19…Picked up seven assists on the year, including two against Colorado.
As a Junior (2013):
Started all 21 games as a crucial fixture in Cal’s offense…Assisted Sam Witteman on both of her goals against St. Mary’s…Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention
As a Sophomore (2012):
Saw playing time 19 games for Cal, starting in 16... Scored a goal at Cal Poly…Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention
As a Freshman (2011):
Played in each of Cal's 22 games, starting 17...Scored a goal vs. USC…Assisted Kaite Benz on her goal at Hawaii and Rachel Mercik on her golden goal at Arizona
The 2010 MVP of the DeAnza League and first-team Central Coast Section after leading the CCS in with 22 goals and 12 assists... Played varsity basketball in 2011 and field hockey from 2008-10, winning the CCS Championship each year... With her field hockey team, was named first-team CCS from 2008-2010, the 2008 sophomore of the year, 2007 freshman of the year
Helped her De Anza Force Club to the 2009 national championship and state cup title in'09 and 2010... Also won 14 tournaments, four fall league titles, two NorCal Soccer Premier Championships, a Super Y-League Pacific Northern California Section championship, a championship at U.S. Club National Cup... Named the 2007 Regional ID2 player and was a 2008 national y-league team member...
Sister Rachelle was a four-year starter on Cal’s field hockey team, then played with women’s soccer as a fifth-year senior…Grandfather graduated from Stanford so Taylor and sister Rachelle take joy in giving him as much Cal gear as possible... During her freshman year, her mother and she drove from the 660 miles from Oregon with a calf in the back of the car; it lived in their back yard for two months and Taylor fed it from a bottle