Feb. 13, 2013
Goalkeeper, 5-10, Mission Viejo, Calif./Santa Margarita Catholic H.S.
Quoting Miller: "Taylor is an athletic goalkeeper with great size and soft hands. She has great reaction time and footwork which makes it difficult for teams to get the ball by her consistently. She is a very hard worker who exudes excellence on and off the field. We are looking for her to come in this fall and immediately challenge for playing time."
High School: Will graduate from Santa Margarita Catholic High School in Rancho Santa Margarito, Calif., where she will have played three years of varsity soccer for coaches Chuck Morales and Eddie Huerta...Her senior season is currently in progress...As of Feb. 4, 2012, has made 44 saves, allowed 13 goals for a 2.59 goals against average and finished with five shutouts for her 8-5-4 Eagles...Three-time Trinity League champions...Guided the Eagles to an 18-5-4 overall record, California Regional Division 2 championship, Trinity League title and Excalibur Semifinal finish as a junior...Finished her junior season with 12 shutouts and 64 saves in 27 matches played...Made a career-high 10 saves in a 3-0 win against Capistrano Valley...Helped lead Santa Margarita to a 21-4-2 record, Butch Lee Memorial Tournament title, Trinity League title and the CIF semifinals as a sophomore...Also competed in track and field and cross country...Scholar-athlete...Played nine years with the Southern California Blues team (2004-13) for coaches Chito Gebhart, Ali Malaekeh and Larry Draluck...Three-time team captain (2009-11)...Guided the Blues to the 2012 Puma USA Cup Championship, 2012 Surf Cup Finals, 2011 Blues Cup Championship, 2010 Nomads Showcase title and 2010 Coast League runner-up finish...Earned Scholar-Athlete Award and MUN Commendation Award.
Personal: Born Taylor Wulf on August 9, 1995...Daughter of Rainer and Lynda Wulf of Mission Viejo, Calif....Has one younger brother, Austin...Father Rainer played basketball at UC-Irvine and in Australia for the Lithgow Tornadoes...Hobbies and interests include painting and writing poetry...Trained in Sweden during the summer of 2012...Favorite player is Marissa Campbell and favorite team is the United States women's national team...Favorite movies are the A-Team and Blind Side...Volunteered with special needs children...Interested in psychology and bioengineering.
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