Played in eight matches before suffering a season-ending injury … was one of Texas Tech’s top defenders prior to the injury which occurred Sept. 19 in the first half against Tulsa … had previously started in all eight matches to that point, totaling 628 minutes … Texas Tech allowed only four goals during that time … took six shots attempts, including a season-high two on Sept. 12 against No. 11 California … four of her six shot attempts came on goal … logged 90 or more minutes three times … posted a season-high 107 minutes against Cal.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2013)
Appeared in 21 matches with 12 starts as a defender ... made 10 consecutive starts on the backline to close the season, including both of Tech's NCAA matches ... regular on the field, logging 1,412 total minutes which was sixth on the team ... member of a Tech backline that posted a school-record 17 shutouts ... Red Raiders ended the year ranked second nationally in shutout percentage and third for goals-against average ... made first start of her Tech career against Arizona ... recorded first career assist against Iowa State ... found Paige Strahan on a long free kick for Tech's first goal in its 2-1 victory ... scored first career goal the following weekend against Arkansas-Pine Bluff ... her goal came in the 41st minute and gave Tech a 6-0 lead at the half in an eventual 8-0 rout ... played in 90 or more minutes in each of the final seven matches of the season.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2012 AT OKLAHOMA)
Saw action in 13 matches as a freshman defender for the Sooners ... took seven shots, two of which were on goal.
Won the 2010 national championship as a member of Solar Chelsea ... helped squad to a sixth-place finish at the 2009-10 Elite Club National League ... 2008-09 Red Bull National League finalist ... 2010 Region III Champion ... 2008 Region III Finalist ... 2009 Region III Premier League West Runner-Up ... 2008 Region III Premier League West Runner-Up ... 2007 Region III Premier League West Runner-Up ... two-time Texas (North) State Champion ... two-time Texas (North) State Finalist.
GRAPEVINE HIGH SCHOOL
Lettered four years at Grapevine High School as an outside back, center back and forward ... 2011 5A Region 1 Semifinalist ... named Defensive and Overall MVP as a senior ... All-District First Team selection as a senior ... four-time All-District selection ... 2011 Defensive MVP ... Class of 2012 Defenders Watch List by ESPNHS ... helped team to win District Championships in 2011 and 2012.
Born to parents Danny Dapaah and J.J. Taylor in Tulsa, Oklahoma ... father was a member of the men's soccer team at Tulsa ... mother was also a collegiate student-athlete at Tulsa as well, competiting in track and field ... has a younger sister, Savannah ... majoring in exercise sports science.