20  Amy Taylor
Amy Taylor


Owings, Md.

High School:
Northern HS




Health Science


No. 10/9 WLAX meets Maryland in NCAA Second Round Sunday

Seawolves are riding a 12-game winning streak and have not lost since dropping an 8-3 decision to the Terps March 17


No. 10/9 Women's lacrosse faces Towson in NCAA First Round

This is Stony Brook's first NCAA Tournament appearance


No. 10/7 WLAX gets rematch with Albany in AE title game

Albany won last year's championship with a 9-7 victory over Stony Brook


Cook nets seven on Senior Day, No. 10/9 WLAX beats Binghamton

Tewaaraton nominee netted seven goals and tallied seven draw controls


No. 10/9 WLAX pursues perfection against Binghamton Saturday

Stony Brook will honor its seven seniors 15 minutes prior to the game

An America East Second-Team Selection... Saw action in 17 games, earning 17 starts... scored one goal vs. Colgate (2/18)... scored two goals and assisted on three goals vs. Mount St. Mary's (2/24)... scored four goals, assisted on two goals, and picked up seven ground balls at Fairfield (3/4)... scored five goals, assisted on one goal, posted six ground balls, and two caused turnovers vs. Siena (3/11)... scored three goals vs. Sacred Heart (3/14)... scored a goal, collected three ground balls, and two caused turnovers vs. Boston College (3/16)... scored a goal at Boston University (3/25)... scored four goals at Binghamton (4/1)... scored three goals and assisted on two goals at UC Davis (4/7)... scored four goals, assisted on two goals, and tallied two caused turnovers vs. Denver (4/9)... scored four goals and assisted on two goals at Oregon (4/11)... scored four goals and picked up two ground balls at Albany (4/15)... scored three goals vs. Wagner (4/18)... scored three goals and assisted on one goal vs. New Hampshire (4/21)... scored two goals and posted two caused turnovers vs. UMBC (4/23)... scored one goal vs. Hofstra (4/25)... scored and assisted on a goal vs. Vermont (4/28).

Named to America East second team... ranked sixth in the nation and first in America East with 3.53 draw controls per game... ranked fifth in America East with 2.47 goals per game and seventh with 3.13 points per game... led team with 37 goals, which was good for second all-time in a single-season at SB... opened season with three goals and two assists vs. CW Post (2/27)... posted a season-high seven points on five goals and two assists and nine draw controls vs. Fairfield (3/5)... netted three goals and collected six draw controls vs. Binghamton (4/1)... posted three goals and three assists at Wagner (4/5)... netted four goals and dished out an assist at Vermont (4/15)... collected four goals and an assist vs. LIU (4/19)... netted three goals and added an assist vs. Boston University (4/23)... scored three times while collecting seven draw controls and six ground balls at UMBC (4/29).

Named to America East All-Rookie Team... ranked tied for fifth in America East in game-winning goals per game... finished second on the team with 37 points on 26 goals and 11 assists... also tallied 22 ground balls and 20 draw controls... scored two goals and added an assist vs. Boston College (3/4)... scored twice vs. LIU (3/6)... tallied a goal and two assists vs. Sacred Heart (3/23)... netted three goals and added an assist vs. Central Connecticut (3/30)... recorded two goals and an assist vs. UMBC (4/3)... scored two goals vs. St. Francis (4/7)... notched a goal and two assists vs. Manhattan (4/14)... scored three goals and added an assist vs. Vermont (4/16)... scored four goals vs. Wagner (4/20).

High School:
A three-year letterwinner at Northern High School in Owings, Md... three-time first team All-Calvert County pick... named most improved player and first team all-conference as a sophomore... team captain and MVP as a senior... also lettered in field hockey, basketball and softball.

Amy Renee Taylor... born September 27, 1985... daughter of Maureen and James... sister of Jimmy, Jenna, David, Philip and Justin... majoring in health sciences.