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Taryn VanThof

RS Senior

Livonia, N.Y.

High School:



Worth Noting
• Third-team IWLCA All-American ('13)
• All-Mid-Atlantic Region First Team ('13)
• All-BIG EAST First Team ('13)

2013 (Redshirt Sophomore)
• Appeared and started in all 20 games
• Third-team IWLCA All-American
• All-BIG EAST First Team
• Voted team's Most Dedicated Player by teammates
• Tied a career-high with three goals vs. No. 8 UVa
• Tallied second-straight hat trick with three goals vs. No. 10 PSU
• Won a career-high eight draws vs. Nittany Lions
• Named to BIG EAST Honor Roll for her play (2/25)
• Won six draw controls at No. 16 Towson
• Tallied 50th career point with a goal at Marquette
• Dished out three assists vs. Cincinnati
• Recorded third hat trick at UMBC
• Set career-high with eight draw controls against No. 10 Penn State, and No. 9 Georgetown
• Tied career-high with three caused turnovers at Delaware, and against Cincinnati
• Tied for 10th all-time on Loyola career list with 105 draw controls
• Her 75 draw controls is third best in Loyola single season history

2012 (Sophomore)
• Redshirted season

2011 (Freshman)
• Played in 19 games, starting 10
• Scored first career goal in win over Towson (3/5)
• Scored three goals, including first two of game at UMBC (3/23)
• Had second multi-goal game at Cincinnati (4/1)
• Tailed two goals against both Georgetown (4/19) and at Rutgers (4/23) and had an assist against the Hoyas
• Scored a free-position goal with 4:37 remaining to give Loyola a 12-10 lead in the BIG EAST title game

Before Loyola
• Led Livonia in goals, assists and ground balls all four years
• An All-State selection in both her sophomore and junior seasons
• She tallied 114 goals and 66 assists in the 2008 and 2009 seasons
• Served as team captain twice
• Earned Academic All-American honors and a silver medal at the 2008 Empire State Games for the Western Team
• Also a two-team All State selection for the Bulldogs' soccer team that won the state championship in 2006
• Led Livonia in points and assists as a basketball player
• Was an honorable mention for the Livingston County Female Athlete of the Year in 2009