Taylor Dillard
12  Taylor Dillard
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Milton, WA

High School:
Fife

Height:
5-8

Position:
S

Experience:
3V

Age:
21


12/03/2013

Erickson and Hutchinson are first-team Daktronics West Region all-stars

Dillard is second-team choice for Vikings

11/26/2013

WWU's Erickson Selected GNAC Player of the Year, Hutchinson Defensive POY and Flick co-Coach of the Year

Boerger, Dillard and Moore receive honorable mention

11/25/2013

WWU is No.5 seed at West Regional to be played at San Bernardino, Calif.

Vikings face No.4 seed Sonoma State in first round match on Dec. 5

11/21/2013

WWU clinches GNAC championship with sweep at Simon Fraser

Second straight title for No.10 Vikings, who earn automatic berth in West Regional

11/19/2013

Vikings need one win to clinch second straight GNAC crown

WWU ends regular season with away and home matches versus Simon Fraser

COLLEGE: Second-team Daktronics West Region All-Star and honorable mention Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-star as junior in 2013 ... GNAC Offensive Player of the Week ... Started all 27 matches and played in all 88 sets ... Ranked 9th nationally and led GNAC with assist per set average of 11.70 (1,130)... Helped WWU to .267 attack percentage, which ranked 8th nationally, and 1.45 kills per set, which ranked 12th nationally ... Had 30 or more assists in 21 matches ... Had career highs of 55 assists twice vs. Alaska Anchorage on 10/19/13 and Seattle Pacific on 10/24/13 ... Also had career highs of 6 kills and 3 services aces vs. Cal State East Bay on 9/4/13, 15 digs vs. Simon Fraser on 11/21/13 and 5 blocks vs. Alaska Anchorage on 10/19/13 and Montana State Billings on 11/26/13 ... Competed in four matches and five sets as sophomore in 2012 ... Credited with 5 assists and 2 digs ... Saw action in 11 matches and 18 sets as freshman in 2011 ... Credited with 4 digs and 1 service ace ... Three letters.

HIGH SCHOOL: First-team Class 2A state all-tournament selection for second consecutive season as senior at Fife High School ... Tacoma News Tribune co-Player of the Year and South Puget Sound League co-MVP, both for second straight year ... Helped Trojans win SPSL and district titles and place seventh at state tourney ... Had 816 assists and 147 kills ... Team co-MVP ... All-Area pick as junior on team that won league and district titles and placed sixth at state ... Tacoma Athletic Commission Athlete of the Month ... Honorable mention all-state, second-team all-area and all-league as sophomore ... Three-year letter winner.

PERSONAL: Major is communications and minor is psychology.