Taylor Vancil

BirthdayMay 18, 1991
Hometown Youngsville, NC


INTERNATIONAL: Member of the U.S. U-20 and U-17 National Teams…recipient of the Golden Glove award at the U-17 Women’s World Cup – led U.S. to the finals

COLLEGE:  Florida State: 2012 Played in seven games in her final season at FSU tallying over 240 minutes on the pitch…Recorded a win and a shutout in her only start – playing all 90 minutes against Jackson State…Did not allow a goal in her seven appearances making four total saves…Helped preserve a shutout in her six other appearances as Florida State went on to set the school record for shutouts in a season with 17…Saw action against Mississippi Valley State and Texas A&M in the NCAA Tournament. 2011: Appeared in seven games making three starts for the Seminoles in goal…Posted a record of 2-1-0 with a pair of shutouts…Registered shutout victories over UAB and NC State…Made 15 saves in over 406 minutes of action on the pitch en route to posting a .714 save percentage…recorded a season-high six saves at Virginia…Allowed goals in just two of her seven appearances…Made her Florida State debut at the start of the second half against North Florida…played 40 minutes and did not give up a goal…First career start as a Seminole came at UAB…played all 90 minutes and made two saves for the shutout…Saw action in goal against Stanford in the national semifinals at the KSU Stadium in Kennesaw, Ga. University of Louisvile (2009-2010) Started 35 games in her first two years at Louisville recording over 3200 minutes in goal and posting a record of 15-20-1…Made 183 saves in two seasons including 125 stops in 2010…posted a career .766 save percentage with eight shutouts.


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