23 - Angela Taylor
Angela Taylor
Height: 5-11
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Paisley, Scotland
High School: St. Andrew's Academy
Position: F
S/C: L

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COLLEGIATE ACCOLADES
•   Hockey East All-Academic Team (2007)

2007-08 HIGHLIGHTS
•   Recorded six points with one goal and five assists
•   1-4-5 in 21 Hockey East league games
•   Tallied an assist in three of the last five regular-season games (vs. Vermont; at Providence; vs. UConn)
•   Netted a goal Feb. 3 at Maine
•   Also tallied single assists at Northeastern (Dec. 2) and vs. Niagara (Nov. 25)
•   Skated in all 34 regular-season games as well as all four postseason games

2006-07 HIGHLIGHTS
•   Recorded seven goals and seven assists for 14 points in 33 games
•   The goal and point totals surpassed her rookie totals
•   5-6-11 in 19 Hockey East league games
•   Scored a career-high two goals Nov. 18 vs. Northeastern
•   Recorded a career-high three points Dec. 2 vs. Vermont
•   Matched her personal best of two assists against both UVM (Dec. 2) and NU (Feb. 10)
•   Three consecutive multiple-point efforts: St. Lawrence (Nov. 12) and Northeastern (Nov. 17-18)

2005-06 HIGHLIGHTS
•   Recorded three goals and nine assists for 12 points in 34 games
•   1-5-6 in 18 Hockey East league games
•   Recorded a career-high two assists in each of her first two collegiate games (vs. Maine; at Niagara)
•   Recorded a season-high two points three times, including her first two games and another vs. Colgate on Jan. 4 (1-1-2)
•   Missed three games due to injury

MILESTONES
•   Recorded her first career point during a two-assist game in her collegiate debut, the season opener against Maine (Oct. 15, 2005)
•   Scored her first collegiate goal Oct. 22, 2005 at Niagara

SCHOLASTIC HIGHLIGHTS
•   2004 graduate of St. Andrew’s Academy, where she lettered in hockey and  basketball
•   Paisley Junior Development Scottish Cup participant, 1997-2005
•   Recorded four goals and 14 assists in 16 games in the 2004-05 season

NATIONAL EXPERIENCE
•   Captained the Great Britain Women’s National Team to a gold medal at the 2008 IIHF World Championship; scored the game-tying and game-winning goal in the        championship game; was named Best Forward of the tournament
•   Captained the Great Britain Women’s National team at the Pre-Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Slovenia (Sept. ‘08)
•   Great Britain Women’s National Hockey Team, 2001-2005
•   Scotland National Basketball U-16, U-18 and Senior Women teams

PERSONAL NOTES
•   Daughter of Eric and Bernadette Taylor
•   Born April 24, 1987
•   Major is psychology

 

Year GP G A PTS PPG GWG PIM
2005-06 34 3 9 12 1 0 6-12
2006-07 33 7 7 14 1 1 9-18
2007-08 38 1 5 6 0 0 8-16
Total 105 11 21 32 2 1 23-46

 

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