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2014: Saw action in 16 games, starting seven in goal… Made her collegiate debut and first start against Delaware State (2/22), making nine saves for her first career win… Earned another win against Kennesaw State, stopping two shots in 45:42 of action… Led the goalkeeping corps in goals against average and save percentage… Collected a season-high three ground balls against Delaware State and picked up two against Coastal Carolina (4/25)… Made 14 saves against Cincinnati (3/9)… Also made nine saves against Oregon (3/22) and eight against Coastal Carolina… Collected 10 ground balls on the year.

High School: Lettered in basketball and lacrosse at Queen Anne’s County High School… Helped win North Bayside Division Championship and East Regional Championship senior year…School finished 16th in the state of Maryland…Named ESPN HS Girls Lacrosse Watchlist junior year…Tallied a 85 percent save percentage her senior year…Played goalie for CCLAX and SPLAX.

Personal: Taylor Nicole Lyles was born in Columbia, MD… Daughter of Darlene Lyles…First African-American student-athlete to play lacrosse at PC... Aspires to become a college lacrosse coach…Chose PC because of the small class sizes and small school atmosphere…Wants to help PC become a Big South powerhouse and go to the NCAA Tournament…Graduated from Queen Anne’s County High School with four straight years on the Honor Roll and a member of National Society of High School Scholars... Major is undeclared.