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Trayling Taylor

Four-year starter… has started 27 games…finished second on the team in scoring at 13.0 points per game, tied for first on the team in steals with 41, second in three-pointers made with 33…finished fourth on the team in rebounds with 3.6 per game… scored in double figures in 20 games, including a season-high 26 points at Georgia Tech… had 24 vs. UNC, including a season-high four treys, in just 28 minutes of action… had 20 points against East Tennessee State and at Indiana… hit the winning shot at Indiana with 1.9 seconds left… recorded her first career double-double in the season-opener with 17 points and a team-high 10 rebounds vs. Saint Mary’s… has led the team in scoring nine times and rebounding three times… had a team-high seven assists in the ETSU game and six vs. JU… finished her career ranked 2nd all-time at FSU in assists with 387, 3rd in steals with 217 and 5th in scoring with 1,503 points… named ACC Player of the Week in December for her outstanding play against Indiana and IUPUI…was named to the all-tournament teams at both the Paradise Jam and Seminole Classic.

Aggressive player who can take it to the hoop or dish it off…was invited to participate in the USA Basketball Team Trials in May of 2001…four-year starter…go-to player…ranks 2nd all-time at FSU with 387 assists and 3rd in steals with 217.

April’s Steals Stats

2000-01: The starter at two-guard…played in all 31 games…a third team All-ACC selection…ranked among the top 10 in the ACC in three statistical categories including 3rd in steals (2.4 per game), 5th in assists (3.8 per game) and 7th in scoring at 15.2 ppg…averaged a team-leading 31.8 minutes per game…ranked first on the team in scoring at 15.2 ppg…averaged 3.7 rebounds and 2.4 steals per game…also led the squad in assists at 3.8 assists per game…scored a career-high 30 points, including five threes, to lift the team over Tulane in the NCAA Tournament first round…began the season with 672 points and with 13 points at Maryland, surpassed the 1,000 point mark and now has 1,139 career points…hit two free throws with 2.2 seconds left in the game to lift FSU over Georgia Tech in Atlanta…led the team in scoring (19), assists (4) and blocks (2) at Tech…tallied a season-high seven rebounds in UVA win on Jan. 24th…led the team in scoring in nine games…scored in double figures in 28 games this season…recorded 20 or more points seven times…was named the Seminole Classic MVP after averaging 16.5 points per game…tallied 17 at Florida, including a career-high five three pointers…led the team with 75 steals and with 176 in her career, ranks 8th all-time at FSU…had a career-high eight steals at Xavier…had a season-high nine assists at UCF and played 28 minutes without a turnover…was among the leaders in assists in 18 games…had five or more steals in four games…

April’s Scoring Stats

1999-2000: The starter at point guard, not her natural position…ranked second on the team at 12.7 points per game…averaging a team-leading 5.2 assists per game, which ranked second in the ACC…garnered All-ACC honorable mention honors…averaged a team-high 33.1 minutes per game and started 28 games…was second on the the team with 67 steals…scored 28 points, one shy of her career-high, vs. UT-Chattanooga…earned Tallahassee Democrat Seminole Classic All-Tournament Team honors…scored in double figures in 16 games…had 22 points, including a career-high four treys vs. Florida…also had 22 vs. Georgia Tech…had 23 points vs. No. 3 NC State…recorded a career-high 10 assists at Clemson and vs. Duke in the ACC Tourney… played all 40 minutes vs. Auburn…

April’s 3-Point Shooting Stats

1998-99: Averaged 12.7 points and 3.2 rebounds per game…was an ACC All-Freshman selection…scored in double figures in 17 games, including 15 of last 16 games of the season…scored 20 or more points in four games…recorded a career-high 29 points vs. Florida… established a new FSU record with 22 FT attempts vs. UF…led the team with 20 points vs. #12 Clemson and vs. NC State…scored 13 vs. Georgia Tech in second game back after injury and tied her season-high with seven rebounds…led the team with 23 points in season-opener vs. Tulsa and recorded seven rebounds…was twice named ACC Rookie of the Week…

HIGH SCHOOL: A 1998 Parade All-Ameri-can…was the 1998 Indiana Miss Basketball runner-up…her Martinsville High School team was ranked No. 2 in the nation…earned 1998 Nike Honorable Mention honors…set eight school records including most career points with 1,836…was a three-time first team all-state honoree…was pegged a 1997 and 1998 Indiana all-star…team lost just two games throughout her four-year career…played for Jan Conner…

PERSONAL: Was born on April 25, 1980…is majoring in sports management.

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  • April’s 2001-02 Game by Game Breakdown

    Points 30 vs. Tulane (3/16/01)
    Rebounds 10 vs. St. Mary’s (11/18/01)
    Assists 10 (twice)
    Steals 8 vs. Xavier (2/1/01)

    98-99 25-23 28.0 103-305 .338 21-75 .280 90-153 .588 81-3.2 46 34 6 103 95-10 317-12.7
    99-00 28-28 31.0 127-342 .371 22-88 .250 79-134 .590 99-3.5 145 67 3 173 87-3 355-12.7
    00-01 31-28 31.8 161-396 .407 39-132 .295 106-151 .702 116-3.7 117 75 5 126 105-4 467-15.1
    01-02 28-27 28.9 125-304 .411 33-109 .303 81-124 .653 101-3.6 79 41 9 122 92-3 364-13.0

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