Washington State Soccer Inks Another Player

June 7, 2001

PULLMAN, Wash. - After the best season in the history of the program and the first NCAA appearance since 1994, Cougar soccer has added one more weapon to the 2001 arsenal. Head coach Dan Tobias announced Tiffany Taylor (Kaneohe, Hawaii) has signed a letter of intent to play for the Cougars next season.

Taylor was a three-year letter winner for Punahou School in soccer and also lettered four years in track. She captained the soccer team to a league championship and a fifth place finish at the state tournament as a senior. Taylor earned first team all-league at midfield and first team All-State at defense.

'To be able to add a player of Tiffany's caliber so late in the recruiting season is great for our program,' Tobias said. 'She brings a certain versatility as an outside midfielder or an outside back with very good speed, athleticism and attacking ability.'

Taylor has been a member of the State Olympic Development Team for the past four years and has played for the Leahi Soccer Club and the Honolulu Soccer Club. Taylor finished sixth in the state in the 300-meter hurdles as a senior and her track team won the league and state championships each of her four years at Punahou.

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