QUOTING MILLER: “Taylor became a real threat as the season went on last year. Being back in the U20 Canadian national team mix has enhanced her motivation to improve. She will be a more complete player this year in her ability to get points and help maintain possession”
2014: A member of the U20 Canadian National Team pool, Taylor is working towards a roster spot for next year’s U20 World Cup in Papua/ New Guinea…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 2014 graduate 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 a 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: 90, four times.
Goals: 1, four times.
Assists: 1, three times.
Points: 3, at NC State, 10/4/14.
Shots: 6, at Toledo, 8/29/14.
Women's Soccer Announces 2015 Schedule
Women's Soccer to Host Free Youth Clinic on April 18
Taylor Pryce, Ashley Moreira Invited to Canada Under-20 National Team Camp
Women's Soccer Adds Emily Midyan to 2015 Recruiting Class
Women's Soccer Announces Spring Competition Schedule
Women's Soccer Program to Host Three Summer Camps