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15 Taylor Michel
Taylor  Michel

Lutherville, Md.

High School:
St. Paul's

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 190



No. 6 Virginia Cruises to an 18-4 Triumph Over VMI

Mark Cockerton leads UVa with a career-high six goals

• Redshirted season


Appeared in four of UVa's 15 games
• Scored lone goal of the season against VMI (Feb. 19)
• Also picked up one ground ball against the Keydets
• Also saw time against Mount St. Mary's (Feb. 26), Bellarmine (April 20) and in the ACC Tournament against Maryland (April 26)


Appeared in four games
• Made collegiate debut against VMI
• Scored first collegiate goal against Vermont

Listed as the No. 34 recruit in the country by Inside Lacrosse
Rated the No. 13 attackman in the country by Inside Lacrosse
• Scored 46 goals and dished out 23 assists to lead the Crusaders to the league semifinals
• All-MIAA in 2011
• All-Towson Times first-team honoree
• Winner of St. Paul's Stephen Fectis Award for Character
• Scored 29 goals and assisted 40 scores to help St. Paul's School to the MIAA conference championship in 2010
• A three-year letterwinner in football
• Led the MIAA in rushing with over 1,200 yards in 2008
• Member of the honor roll at St. Paul's all four years

• Son of Chris and Robin Michel
• Has an older sister, Danielle, and a younger brother, Garrett
• Father, Chris, played lacrosse at Hobart
• Was in St. Paul's choir all for years
• Enjoys music and the beach

Michel's Career Statistics



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