Fifth-year member of the Blue Hens who has earned four letters • has won six career games along with a 4.14 ERA during her career.
Sat out the season as a redshirt and maintained senior eligibility.
2015 SEASON (GAME BY GAME STATISTICS)
Compiled a 2.80 ERA in four appearances in the circle • allowed just one hit in two scoreless innings at Saint Peters • fired a scoreless frame against Coppin State and UMES • allowed two runs in her first outing of the season vs. Howard.
Pitched in nine games as a sophomore and made three starts • fired a hitless inning against Marshall • allowed just one run in two innings during the 12-4 win at Rider • also gave up one run vs. Hawaii, Norfolk State and UNCW.
Made 17 appearances in the circle while starting 13 as a freshman • finished the year 6-6 with a 3.61 ERA • allowed just one unearned run on four hits in a complete game effort during a 3-1 win over Southern in her Blue Hen debut • tossed six scoreless innings to pick up the victory in the 2-0 triumph over George Mason • fired 4.2 frames of scoreless ball during an 11-1 victory over Army • did not allow a run in 3.1 innings of work against Mount St. Mary’s • named to CAA Academic Honor Roll.
Four-year starter on the Scripps Ranch High School softball team • named Eastern League Pitcher of the Year in 2009 and 2010 • named first team All-Eastern League as a freshman, sophomore and senior • selected to All-San Diego Team • named Scripps Ranch MVP as a senior • earned All-Academic Team honors during final two years • twice selected Scripps Ranch Athlete of the Month • led Scripps Ranch to the league championship during her first three years, and the league runner-up as a senior.
Taylor Marie Curran • born Jan. 19, 1994 • daughter of Mike and Sonna Curran • has an older brother, Jake • mother played softball at the University of San Diego • elementary education major at Delaware with a minor in human development and family services • worked at the YMCA of San Diego over the summer • serves as a team representative on the UD Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) with teammate Mariah Kondravy.