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Taylor Henriksen

Goalkeeper
Position
5'6''
Height
Sophomore
Class
Falls Church, Va.
Hometown
St. Stephens & St. Agnes
High School

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2020 Hoos Life Feature

2020

  • Started the first four games of the season, going 3-1 with a .94 goals-against average and a .846 save percentage
  • Was named the ACC and Play Safe/NFHCA National Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 30) after tallying 12 saves in two matches versus Wake Forest, including a career-high nine in a 2-1 non-conference loss to the Demon Deacons. She registered her first career shutout while making three saves as the Cavaliers opened ACC play with a 1-0 win vs the Deacs

2019

  • Appeared in two games with one start
  • Started in goal at Louisville (10/11)
  • Allowed two goals with a save, facing six shots
  • 2019 ZAG Field Hockey / NFHCA National Academic Squad
  • ACC Academic Honor Roll

2018

  • 2018 ZAG Field Hockey / NFHCA National Academic Squad
  • Redshirt season
  • ACC Academic Honor Roll

High School/Club Hockey

  • US U-19 National Indoor Field Hockey Team
  • First Team All-State three years (Virginia Independent School Athletic Association)
  • Field Hockey First Team All-Conference three years (Independent School League)
  • Washington Post’s Field Hockey First Team All-Met (2017)
  • Washington Post’s Field Hockey Second Team and Honorable Mention All Met (2016, 2015)
  • SSSAS Field Hockey Most Valuable Player (2017)
  • Max Field Hockey All Mid Atlantic
  • Alexandria Sportsman’s Club Honored Athlete
  • Made 142 saves with 19 goals against for an 88.0 save percentage in 2017
  • Finished her career at St. Stephens St. Agnes with 354 saves and 38 shutouts
  • Also won three varsity letters in track and was a three-time finalist at the VISAA Track State Championships

Personal

  • Daughter of Jeffrey Henriksen and Missy Henriksen
  • Father, Jeff, played lacrosse at Virginia (1984-88)
  • Older sister, Haley, played lacrosse at Amherst College
  • Maintained a 4.12 GPA in high school (4.03 unweighted) and was a 2018 National Merit Commended Scholar
  • Studying in the McIntire School of Commerce