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Taylor Fox bio from

Freshman Season (2020-21)
· SEC Community Service Team
· SEC Academic Honor Roll

2020-21: Started six matches for the Gamecocks in her true freshman season after joining the team early in the spring of 2020… Secured a pair of clean sheets in her first season with Carolina… Was the first Gamecock goalkeeper to secure a shutout in her first NCAA Tournament debut since Sabrina D’Angelo in 2011 in a 1-0 victory over Montana… Made a total of 12 saves and held a goals against average of 0.50, just 0.07 off the Carolina freshman record held by Mikayla Krzeczowski in 2016… Her career-high in saves is four in matches against Missouri and Georgia, her first career starts on the road and at home… Picked up her first career win in a 4-1 victory over Missouri… Started both of South Carolina’s matches in the NCAA Tournament, playing all 180 minutes while facing 12 shots… Played a total of 540 minutes in goal in the shortened season… Was named to the SEC Community Service Team after leading the team in volunteer hours.

PRE COLLEGE: Four-star prospect according to… U16 and U18 US Women’s National Team call-ups… ECNL Southeast Conference National Selection candidate… Named Defensive Player of the Year and Most Valuable Player while playing at Titusville High School… Played two high school varsity seasons, earning one letter in soccer… A member of National Honor Society and the Dean’s List

PERSONAL: Has one sibling, Joshua (15)… Plans to major in Exercise Science and has aspirations of playing professional soccer and becoming a sports medicine physician… Daughter of Michelle and Chris Fox

Chose the University of South Carolina because: “The second I met the coaches and players I knew this was a family-oriented school and soccer program. I loved the positive and motivational environment and was very impressed by the campus and facilities.”