|High School:||Radnor High School|
2017: Scored a goal and a game-high six ground balls and four caused turnovers at Harvard (3/25)...To go along with five goals at Lehigh, Taylor Quinn added a game-high six draw controls to set a new program record with 169 career draw controls. Quinn surpassed the previous record of 163 held by Taylor Gattinella ‘12CC and and her mark ranks fourth most in Ivy League history. In her first goal of the game at Lehigh, Quinn scored her 100th career goal (3/22)...With two ground balls Quinn set a new career program record with a total of 152, surpassing the previous record of 151 by Kate Lombard '07CC, in a win at San Digeo State (3/18) along with a game-high four goals... A pair of goals, draw controls and caused turnovers tallied in a win at UC Davis (3/16)... Two goals and a game-high eight draw controls and five groundballs vs. #11 Cornell (3/11)... Four goals, four groundballs and a game-high five draw controls in the Lions victory over Dartmouth (3/5)...Tallied three points on two goals and an assist, including a game-high five groundballs and two draw controls in a win at Canisius (2/25)... Notched a hat trick along with four groundballs and two draw controls in a home opener victory vs. Fairfield (2/22)...Posted a game-high five points on four goals and an assist, along with two ground balls and two draw controls in the Lions season opener at Drexel (2/19). With two groundballs at Drexel, Taylor Quinn moved to second on the career all-time list with 131. Surpassing Paige Cuscovitch '14CC career total of 130....
2016: Started in 14 games for the Lions...For the the third-consecutive year she garnered second team All-Ivy League honors...finished her junior season leading the Ivy League in groundballs with a total 42 and 3.00 per game average...Posted a goal and an assist, along with a team-high five ground balls against Harvard (3/5)...Scored a game-high four goals and five ground balls in a win at Marist (3/7)...Tallied a goal and an assist against Cornell (3/12)...A game-high four ground balls against No.14 Duke (3/16)...Recorded a goal and season game-high nine draw controls in a victory at St. Jospeh's (3/19)...Two goals and a game-high four ground balls against Yale (3/26)...Tallied a score and a team-high five draw controls at Hofstra (4/2)...Posted a hat trick along with three draw controls at No.16 Penn (4/9)...Posted game-highs in goals with four, draw controls with five and ground balls with 5, in the Lions first program win over Brown (4/16)...Posted a five-point game with three goals and a pair of an assists against No.11 Princeton (4/23)...Finished with a career-high 20 caused turnovers...
2015: For the the second-straight season she garnered second team All-Ivy League honors...Led Columbia in four statistical catergories, including a points (34), goals (28), caused turnovers (13) and groudn balls (40)... Tallied an Ivy League leading 40 ground balls...With 51 draw controls on the season, she becomes the fourth Lion to surpass the 100-plus career mark, finishing the season third on the all-time list with 103...Earned four Ivy League Weekly performance honor roll selections...
2014: Capped her rookie season with second team All-Ivy League honors...Led Columbia in three statistical categories in her first-year, including ground-balls (47), draw control (52) and caused turnovers (17)...Tallied a Ivy League leading 47 ground balls and capped the regular season with an average of 3.36 per game for seventh best in the nation...With 52 draw controls, Quinn became the second player in program history to compile more than 50 ground balls in a season and surpassed Taylor Gattinella’s all-time best season Columbia total of 51....Against Harvard
had a phenomenal day, including six points on a season-high five goals and an assist, a season-high six ground balls, three draw controls and two caused turnovers...Second on the team in points and goals with 24 goals and three assist for 27 points...Earned five Ivy League Weekly performance honor roll selections...
At Radnor: A three-year letter winner at Radnor, Quinn was a three-sport standout in lacrosse, soccer and basketball. A two-time all-central league lacrosse selection, the midfielder put together an explosive senior season, adding an All-Delco selection, an All-Main Line selection and an All-American honorable mention to cap a PIAA state championship runner-up finish.