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Tiffany Taylor
Tiffany Taylor

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Kaneohe, Hawaii

High School:
Punahou

Height:
5-6

Position:
M/D

Birthdate:
06/24/1983

Experience:
2V



Washington State Career

SOPHOMORE (2002) – Was a valuable reserve, coming off the bench in 12 matches…took four shots, including two on goal.

FRESHMAN (2001) - Came off the bench in 16 of 17 matches…took seven shots on the season, including two on goal…fired two shots against Eastern Washington and Oregon.

HIGH SCHOOL - Earned three varsity letters under coach Jorge Barbosa…also lettered four years in track…FRESHMAN - led the league in scoring for the junior varsity team with 18 goals…ran track for the league and state championship team…SOPHOMORE - led the j.v. team in assists with 19 and earned a starting position on the varsity squad in the winter…track team won league and state championship again…finished 12th in the 300 meter hurdles at State…JUNIOR - made the preseason all-star team before tearing ACL and sitting out remainder of season…track team won league and state championships for third year…SENIOR - co-captained the team league championship and a fifth place finish at the state tournament…scored three of team’s four goals in state tournament while playing a marking back…named first team all-league at midfield and first team All-State at defense…picked to the Honolulu Advertiser’s first team on defense…named second team All-State by the Honolulu Star Bulletin at midfield…finished sixth at State in the 300 meter hurdles and 11th in the 100 meter hurdles while the team captured its fourth consecutive state and league titles.

PERSONAL - Born Tiffany Brooke Taylor on June 24, 1983 in Honolulu, Hawaii…parents Carroll and Nancy Taylor…father a lawyer and mother a business consultant…four sisters, Heather, Kimberly, Tori and Tracy…father played baseball at Yale University…played for the state Olympic Development Team from 1997-2000…played for the Leahi Soccer Club in 1999 and 2000 both years winning the state championship…in 2001 played for the Honolulu Soccer Club…was the yearbook sports editor as a junior and was selected as the Hawaii State Publishing Association Editor of the Year…as a senior was the co-editor-in-chief of the year book…plans to pursue a pre-medicine degree at WSU.

Career Numbers
YEAR		MP	MS	S	SOG	G	A	PT	GWG	PK
2001		16	0	7	2	0	0	0	0	0-0
2002		12	0	4	2	0	0	0	0	0-0		  
Totals		28	0	11	4	2	0	0	0	0-0

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