13 - Taelar Errington
Taelar Errington
Height: 5-8
Year: So.
Hometown: Valley Lee, Md.
High School: Leonardtown
Position: M

2011: Saw action in seven games and started the season opener… Missed 10 games from March 19-May 5 with an injury… Scored her lone goal of the season against Manhattan… Recorded assists against Towson and in the America East title game at No. 8 Albany… Won draw controls in the season opener against George Mason and against American.

 

BACKGROUND: A U.S. Lacrosse All-American in 2010 and an Honorable Mention All-American in 2009… Also a two-time Academic All-American from U.S. Lacrosse… Earned Washington Post All-Met and Southern Maryland All-Extra Team honors in 2008-09 and was named the Southern Maryland All-Extra Player of the Year as a senior… Led the Raiders to five straight Southern Maryland Athletic Conference championships and two consecutive undefeated seasons… A four-time All-SMAC selection… Two-time team captain… Named team MVP in 2009… Earned her team’s coaches award in 2008 and rookie of the year in 2007… Also won the Raiders’ Magnet Award in 2008 for winning the most draws on the team… The Leonardtown High School Senior Female Athlete of the Year and Female Academic Scholar-Athlete of the Year… Selected to the U.S. National Lacrosse Tournament Mid-Atlantic Chapter Team 5 in 2008 and Team 3 in 2009… Also a soccer standout at Leonardtown who led the Raiders to a pair of state titles… Named a soccer Scholar All-American, as well as all-state honors as a senior… A member of the National Honor Society… Chose UMBC over William & Mary, Towson, and James Madison… Born Jan. 4, 1992… Daughter of Robin and Jeff Errington… Father played soccer atTowson… Has two older brothers, Lane and Grant, and a younger sister, Cameron… Majoring in physical therapy.

 
 

 Year

 GP/GS

 G

 A

 Pts.

 SH

 Pct.

 GW

 FPG-FPS

 GB

 DC

 TO

 CT

2011

7/1

1

2

3

4

.250

0

0-2

0

2

5

0

2012

16/15

12

2

14

34

.353

0

2-3

5

4

14

3

Career

23/16

13

4

17

38

.342

0

2-5

5

6

19

3