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Cassidy Taylor


East Lyme, Conn.

High School:
The Williams School


International Affairs

Cassidy  Taylor


Leopards Relive 2016 Season at Annual Banquet

Women’s soccer won its first Patriot League Tournament game in program history this past fall


Women's Soccer Tabs 16 to PL Honor Roll

King leads the way on and off the field with a 3.96 GPA this past fall


Women's Soccer Caps Season in PLT Semis

Leopards finish year following first tournament in in program history


Leopards Postseason Bound Despite Loss to Colgate

Lafayette will travel to third-seeded Lehigh on Tuesday in the PLT Quarterfinals


Women's Soccer to Lean on Experience in 2016

Leopards feature eight returning starters, six of whom are seniors, this fall


Lafayette vs. Siena

Photos by Rick Smith


Women's Soccer Opens Preseason

Photos of Lafayette's first training session of 2013


Women's Soccer Class of 2017

Lafayette Women's Soccer Class of 2017

2016: Helped a defense that posted six clean sheets on the year...played in 17 games, starting three for the Maroon and White.

Played in four games…Lafayette combined to outscore their opponents 8-5 in the four games she played.

Made four appearances for the Leopards

At The Williams School:
Two-year member of The Williams School soccer team... named to the Western New England Prep School Soccer Association All-League Team in 2011 and 2012...selected to the 2012 Southeastern New England Independent Schools Athletic Association All-League First Team...awarded 2011 Offensive Player of the Year Award...played her club soccer for FSA RHAM High School, Taylor was an all-conference member on the cross country conference championship team...Honor Roll student who was also named to the Williams Departmental Honor roll for Spanish in 2012.

Personal:Daughter of Dean and Angela Taylor...has two sisters, Mia and Phoebe...born on April 27, 1995.

Why Lafayette?
I was initially interested in Lafayette because of its Division I athletics and strong academic programs. When I stepped onto campus, it was the warmth and friendliness of the students and administrators that drew me in. By the end of my visit I did not want to leave because of its close-knit community and beautiful campus. I knew that I wanted to make Lafayette my home for the next four years.