Andrea Taylor
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    Andrea Taylor

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Sugar Grove, Ill.

    High School:
    Aurora Central Catholic

    Height:
    5-7

    Position:
    G

    2005-06: Team captain ... played in 18 games, starting 13 ... averaged 4.6 points, 3.1 assists and 2.6 rebounds per game ... earned first start on the road versus Utah State and responded by scoring nine points with four rebounds and four assists ... was even more impressive in next win over Montana State, finishing with nine points, seven assists and three steals ... reached double-figures against Denver, notching 10 points with five rebounds and four assists ... scored a season-high 12 points in overtime victory over San Diego State, including five points in the extra period ... dished out a career-high eight assists against 18th-ranked New Mexico ... added seven points and six assists at home versus UNLV ... was forced to miss the remainder of the season after tearing her ACL in practice ... recipient of the team's "Attitude is Everything" Award and the Strength and Conditioning Award.

    2004-05: Played in all 28 games ... started games at Army, BYU and Utah ... averaged 2.0 points per game ... recorded 36 assists and 31 rebounds ... hit a pair of three-pointers in the victory over UC Davis en route to a season-high six points, while adding four rebounds ... also added her only block of the season in that game ... dished out four assists with just one turnover in the home contest against BYU ... handed out at least one assist in 19 of 28 games.

    2003-04: Played in 25 games, starting 14 ... averaged 4.3 points per game ... ranked second on the team in assists with 48 ... missed Illinois-Chicago and New Mexico Highlands games with an ankle injury ... notched a career-high 15 points in first collegiate game ... also scored in double-digits against Colorado State (12 points) ... dished out a season-high six assists against IPFW, while also grabbing six rebounds and getting two steals.

    High School: Four-year letterwinner in basketball ... coached by John Mason ... three-time team MVP ... first-team all-state selection ... reached 1,000 points in three seasons, becoming the first player in school history to reach that plateau ... most valuable player of all-state all-star game ... lettered two years in track and one in softball ... team MVP for both sports ... member of National Honor Society and high honor roll.

    Personal: Member of cadet squadron 29, the Black Panthers ... born Sept. 15, 1985 ... nicknames are Dre, The Doctor and Pricilla ... majoring in biology with plans of becoming an athletic trainer ... parents are Allen and Diana Taylor ... sister is Nina (14).

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