Kali Taylor Athlete Profile

#25 Kali Taylor

Kali Taylor
Position: Guard Height: 5-11 Roster Years: 2001-2005 Hometown: Lyman, UT Last School: Wayne High School

Personal

Born in Lyman, Utah...attended Wayne High School...parents are Oscar and Marsha...has eight brothers and sisters...majoring in fitness and wellness.

Before BYU

Team MVP 1998 - 2001...All-Region 1998-2001...Region MVP 1999 and 2001...All-State 1999, 2000, 2001...Division 1-A MVP 2001...Terrific Twelve 2001...Salt Lake Tribune's Utah Athlete of the Year 2001...All-State Volleyball 1999 and 2000...All-State Cross Country 1997...State Winner for Wendy's High School Heisman.

Stats

Year  G/GS  FG-FGA  %    FT-FTA %   3-pts    %    Pts. Reb. A 	 St.   To
01-02 28/0 11-33 .333 7-12 .583 4-11 .364 33 10 11 2 5
02-03 31/9 53-126 .421 20-28 .714 13-45 .289 139 59 39 20 48
03-04 29/16 60-142 .423 20-29 .690 26-64 .406 166 40 52 23 36
04-05 18/0 14-34 .412 11-13 .846 1-10 .100 40 25 20 10 21
TLS 106/25 138-335 .412 58-82 .707 44-130 338 378 134 122 55 80



2001-2002 | Freshman Year

Played in 28 of 33 games averaging 5.6 minutes of playing time per game...tallied 1.2 points and 0.4 rebounds...had a season high 11 points vs. Washington State on 11/24/01 and six assists vs Arkansas Pine-Bluff at the Denver Pioneer Classic on 12/14/01.

2002-2003 | Sophomore Year

Had a season and career high 16 points vs Utah on 3/1/03...picked up a second season high 11 points in the home game against Denver...tallied her third season high 10 points in the game against Oregon on Dec. 7, 2002... had her first Cougar start on 12/30/02 vs Montana State , and since started in nine of 31 games.

2003-2004 | Junior Year

Final player notes: played in all games starting in 16 and averaged 16.3 minutes of playing time...led the team in assists in seven games...scored in double digits in five games...finished the year with the team's second best three-point percentage .406, 26-64 and second best three-point field goal attempts with 2.2 per game, is in second place in three-point field goals made with 26, and ranks second in assists with 52 and second in steals with 23.
In MWC games...started in three of 14 games (vs. UNM on 1/22/04, @ Wyoming 1/17/04, and @ CSU on 1/15/04), tallied a career high five rebounds at CSU.
In all games... picked up a season high13 points at Santa Clara on 12/04...she tallied that same number of points against Arizona on 12/12/03...also tallied in double figures at Montana State on 1/6/04... named All-American Strength and Condition Athlete by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).

2004-2005 | Senior Year

Injured a finger in her left hand in early January but has returned to the lineup... played in 18 games, scoring 40 points, 25 rebounds, 10 steals and 20 assists.