About / BIO
Taylor Brown is a quick scoring combo guard, great ball handler, and active defensive player. Her ability to score makes it hard for her opponents to guard her. She finished her college career with 1,693 career points as the 2nd All-time Leading Scorer in just 3 years. She set a single-season scoring record with 643 points and led the Atlantic 10 and GMU with 21.4 points (13th nationally) per game. Taylor reached 1,000 points in just 50 games, faster than any player in Mason women’s basketball history. She was the High Major Madness National Player of the Week in 2014. Her career high in points in a single game is 35 points in which she reached three times vs. UMass, Virginia Tech, and Longwood. Her career high in assists in a single game is 11 assists vs. the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. She averaged a career of 18.4 ppg, 3.0 apg, 4.4 rpg at George Mason University. Additionally, Taylor is the one of the recipients for the Allstate WBCA Good Works Team (2016), Washington Post Player of the Year (2011), Maryland Gatorade Player of the Year (2011), and Parade All-American (2011).