Colonials travel to William & Mary on Saturday
Colonials close regular season with a win
Colonials complete perfect weekend on Sunday
Colonials claim road victory on Saturday
Colonials down Howard, 6-1, on Saturday
GW Women's Tennis vs. Towson (3.11.2014) Photo by: Mitchell Layton
2016-17: Tallied 12-19 overall singles record with a 9-12 spring mark competing at the Nos. 4-5 positions...Went 4-3 in solo action against A-10 foes...Posted a 12-16 overall doubles record with a 10-10 spring record, competing at the top two spots...Fall 2016 GW Athletics Academic Dean's List member.
2015-16: Tallied 9-14 singles record with an 8-11 dual match mark, playing at the Nos. 3-5 spots...Posted an overall 7-16 doubles record with a 7-12 dual match mark playing exclusively at the top spot...Clinched A-10 quarterfinal upset over second-seeded UMass with a come-from-behind three set win at the No. 4 spot.
2014-15: Posted a 3-11 overall singles record, all in dual matches, playing at the Nos. 3-6 positions...Tallied a 4-14 overall doubles mark with a 6-9 record in dual match play, competing mostly at the top spot...Named to GW Athletics Academic Dean's List.
2013-14: Earned spot on Atlantic 10 All-Conference Second Team...Produced overall singles record of 17-9 during breakout rookie season...Tied sophomore Lana Robins for second-most singles victories on team...Went 9-3 throughout fall season and 8-6 in dual-match play...Recorded 5-1 mark against A-10 opponents...Competed at Nos. 3, 4, 5 and 6 singles spots...Went 4-3 in third flight...Compiled 8-9 overall doubles record...Earned spot in No. 1 doubles lineup during spring...Went 5-5 at No. 1 doubles with senior Isabella Escobar...Named A-10 Rookie Performer of the Week (April 1)...Named to GW Athletics Academic Dean's List.
High School: Helped Laguna Beach go undefeated in Orange Coast League action and claim two league championships...Won Orange Coast League Singles crown...Tabbed Rookie of the Year, team MVP and was recipient of squad's Breaker Award...Named Orange Coast League MVP...Named to all-county first team...Reached quarterfinals of California state tournament...Four-year member of principle honor roll.
Personal: Born Taylor Susan Nederlander on Feb. 23, 1995 in Rancho Mirage, CA...Daughter of Dawn Levine and Scott Nederlander...Has a younger brother, Tyler, and three younger sisters, Sarah, Ryan and Reagan...Father, Scott, was a member of the Olympic equestrian team in 1980, and stepfather, Gary, played professional soccer for the Florida Strikers...Intended major is undecided.
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