Career Goals from Wright, Higgs Send Pitt to 2OT Tie
Panthers Kickoff Regular Season Friday
Conference Record 4,367 Student-Athletes Recognized
Look Back at the Best Moments From the Calendar Year
Canada takes silver at 2015 CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Championship
QUOTING MILLER: “Taylor’s sophomore campaign was full of success and saw her do a lot of maturing on and off the field over the last year.. We hope this carries into this season and it shows in her production on the field.”
CAREER: Named ACC Co-Offensive Player of the Week and selected to TopDrawerSoccer.Com Team of the Week on Sept. 29, 2015 ...Chosen as First National Bank Female Athlete of the Week on Sept. 28, 2015...Third in Pitt history in points per game (.75) and goals per game (.28)...Current all-time program leader in shots on goal per game (1.31)...Has recorded 10 career goals, seven assists in 36 contests.
2015: Named ACC Co-Offensive Player of the Week and selected to TopDrawerSoccer.Com Team of the Week on Sept. 29...Chosen as First National Bank Female Athlete of the Week on Sept. 28...Put two shots on frame against No. 1 Virginia (Oct. 31)...Scored one unassisted goal in three shot attempts against No. 7 Virginia Tech (Oct. 25)...On Oct. 22nd she took four shots, three of which were on goal, against No. 22 Duke...Scored both game-winning goals in matches against Louisville (Sept. 27) and Wake Forest (Sept. 24)...Recorded one goal against Liberty (Sept. 10)...Tallied five points in two games against Villanova and La Salle...Assisted game-winning goal at Colorado College...Recorded Pitt’s lone goal against Saint Francis (Aug. 21).
2014: Attended Canada Under-20 National Team Camp, which is one of several camps that will determine who will make the 2016 Canada Under-20 World Cup roster…Started 17 of Pitt’s 18 matches as a freshman…Ranked second on the squad in goals scored (4) and points (11)…Scored four goals on the season with scores vs. Akron (Aug. 22), at Toledo (Aug. 29), at NC State (Oct. 4) and at Virginia (Nov. 1)…Her goal vs. Toledo (Aug. 29) was a game-winner in a 1-0 victory…Recorded a season-high three points at NC State (Oct. 4) by way of one goal and one assist…Assisted on three goals throughout the season with one vs. Robert Morris (Aug. 27), at Boston College (Sept. 25) and at NC State…Attempted 37 shots and placed 15 on goal on the season, which was good for a shots on goal percentage of 40.5%…Attempted at least one shot in 15 of 18 games, including a season-high six shots at Toledo…Placed at least one shot on goal in 12 of 18 games and had a season-high three shots on goal at NC State…Played a full 90 minutes in four games.
HIGH SCHOOL: A June 2014 of Bill Crothers Secondary School in Markham, Ontario…Selected to compete at the Canadian National Team Training Center for coach Bryan Rosenfeld…Played in the 2014 CSA Rex Program…Competed at the 2011 Under-17 Canadian National Team Camp in Mexico City, Mexico…Five-year member of the Ontario Provincial Team…Played on the Glen Shields Futbol Club from 2003-14 for coaches Mark Goldasic and Dave Benning…Guided Glen Shields to the Under-16 Silver Medal at the Canadian Soccer Association National All-Star Championship…Also guided Glen Shields to the Under-14 East Division title and Ontario Provincial Team Gold Medal at the Canadian Soccer Association National All-Star Championships in 2010 and the Under-15 OYSL Championship and Ontario vs. Quebec Club competition in 2011…Earned the title of leading scorer at the Under-15 and Under-14 age levels in OYSL competition.
PERSONAL: Born Taylor Elizabeth Pryce on May 17, 1996…Daughter of Winston and Kim Quarry Pryce…Has a younger sister Bailey Pryce…Enjoys cooking, skiing and coaching youth soccer…Undeclared major and enrolled in the Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences.
Minutes: 100, vs. Wake Forest
Goals: 1, nine times- last vs. Louisville, 9/27/15.
Assists: 2, vs. La Salle, 9/6/15.
Points: 3, two times- last vs. Villanova, 9/4/15.
Shots: 7, two times- vs. Liberty, 9/10/15; vs. Saint Francis (Pa.), 8/21/15.
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