One-time letter winner for the Blue Hens after transferring from George Mason University following the 2015 season • game-changing goalie • possesses quick hands • confident leader • adds depth and talent to the goalie position • has what it takes to be an impact player at the Division I level • active career leader with 116 saves and 7.33 GAA.
All-CAA Second Team selection in first season in a Delaware uniform • UD Alumni Association Team Most Valuable Player • led the CAA with 48.1 save percentage and 6.82 saves per contest, marks good for 19th and 49th amongst NCAA Division I rankings, respectively • second in the league and 11th nationally with a GAA of 7.33, a mark good for sixth in Blue Hens history • tied for fifth in the CAA with 1.76 ground balls per game • named the CAA Defensive Player of the Week after posting a total of 14 saves, six ground balls and three caused turnovers in wins over La Salle (Feb. 23) and Rutgers (Feb. 27) • started 16 of 17 games played • finished season with a record of 11-6 • registered a season-best 12 saves in 14-7 victory against Villanova (March 9) • faced a total of 321 shots • picked up a career-high four ground balls at Elon (April 8).
2015 SEASON (at George Mason)
Atlantic 10 All-Rookie and All-Tournament Team honoree • started all 17 games for the Patriots, recording a 10-7 record, the second most wins all-time at George Mason • also tied for third all-time with 1026 minutes played • collected 147 saves with a 46.2 save percentage and 10.00 goals allowed per game • registered 24 groundballs and six caused turnovers on the season, including a career-best four at Georgetown (March 4) • Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week after tallying 13 saves with just five goals allowed in win over Richmond • posted a career-high 15 saves against Saint Joseph’s (March 27).
Earned varsity letters in soccer (three), lacrosse (three) and basketball (four) while at Garden City High School • collected more than 300 saves with school-record mark of 47-11 over four seasons • team captain that led the Trojans to 2012 New York State Championship in addition to Nassau County and Long Island titles • US Lacrosse First Team All-American (2014) • MSG Varsity Tri-State, Newsday All-Long Island and Long Island All-American honoree • two-time MSG/Newsday Player of the Week • Team MVP • selected to National School Girls and Brine All-Long Island Team (2013) • twice named to Newsday Top 30 Players to Watch List • two-time All-County selection • played for lacrosse coaches Diane Champman, Gina Sambus and Kerin Bogeshian • member of Liberty club lacrosse team from 2008-13 • successful soccer goalie that went 35-15-12 collected the 2013 New York State Championship alongside Nassau County and Long Island titles • registered more than 120 saves with just four goals allowed during 2013 season • mark included seven straight shutouts during postseason run to the state championship • named MVP of the NY States game • played for soccer coaches Mike Heedles and Scott McCauley • led Garden City travel soccer team to division championship • four-year varsity forward and two-time team captain for basketball team that went 71-15 during her career • guided Trojans to 2011 and 2013 Nassau County Championship • team also captured 2011 Long Island Championship with an appearance in the state quarterfinals • named MVP of 2013 Nassau County playoffs • All-Class (2013) and All-County (2014) honoree • played for coaches Anthony Sparacia and Allie Hayes • played AAU basketball from 2006-12 • junior year honor roll member • named to the principal’s list for senior year.
Taylor Marie Carpentier [carr—pen—tear] • born September 11, 1996 in New Hyde Park, N.Y. • daughter of Richard and Alison Carpentier • father is a business owner • mother is a retired homicide detective • has one older brother, Angelo • majoring in health behavior science with a minor in coaching • lists the US Women’s National Soccer as her favorite sports team • in addition to lacrosse, enjoys playing soccer and basketball • also enjoys sushi and hibachi • spent summer working as a lacrosse camp coach and hostess.
CAREER HIGHS (at Delaware)
Goals Allowed: 13 at Hofstra, 4/17/16
Saves: 12 vs. Villanova, 3/9/16
Ground Balls: 4 at Elon, 4/8/16
Draw Controls: n/a
Caused Turnovers: 2 vs. La Salle, 2/23/16