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Meg Taylor


Ellicott City, Md.

High School:
Mount Hebron



2008 (Junior): Played in, and started, 15 games, missing the Davidson contest (2/17) due to injury... Shifted to line defense after playing mostly on attack and in the midfield during her first two seasons at Loyola... Fourth on the team with 25 ground balls and 13 caused turnovers... Set a career-high with four ground balls against UMBC (2/26)... Also scored her lone goal of the season, on a coast-to-coast caused turnover and fast break, against the Retrievers... Picked up four ground balls in that game and scooped up three more in the next two, against Towson (3/1) and Delaware (3/5)... Caused two turnovers and picked up four ground balls at Louisville (4/6)... Had two draw controls against the Cardinals, and also had two at North Carolina (2/15), against Delaware and Syracuse (4/19).

2007 (Sophomore): Played in 15 games, starting 14... Scored two goals... Tied for second on the team with 24 ground balls... Third on the squad with 15 caused turnovers... Also had 13 draw controls... Picked up three ground balls and caused two turnovers against North Carolina (3/2)... Had four ground balls and three caused turnovers at Princeton (3/21)... Scored her first goal of the year on a free-position shot at Towson (3/28) in the Greyhounds' come-from-behind victory... Matched her season-highs with four ground balls and three caused turnovers against Cornell (5/5).

2006 (Freshman): Appeared in 11 games, starting five... Made her five starts in consecutive games from March 12-29... Finished the season with 18 ground balls, eight draw controls and three caused turnovers... Scored her first collegiate goal against Notre Dame (3/16)... Had a career-high six ground balls and three caused turnovers against the Fighting Irish... Recorded an assist and picked up three ground balls at George Mason (3/29).

High School: Earned a total of five varsity letters as a member of the lacrosse, soccer and cross country teams at Mount Hebron High School in Ellicott City, Md... In lacrosse, she earned All-Howard County First Team, All-Metro Second Team and All-Mid-Atlantic First Team honors as a junior... She was then an All-County First Team, All-Metro First Team and All-American as a senior... Helped the Vikings win numerous county, region and state lacrosse titles.

Personal: Margaret Kathleen Taylor... Daughter of Jack and Eileen Taylor... Born in Falls Church, Va... Has three older siblings - Katie, Brendan and Laura... Her twin sister, Mary Clare, is also a member of Loyola's lacrosse team... Majoring in communications with a concentration in advertising and public relations.

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