D'Amore Earns NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship

D'Amore is First JHU Women's Lacrosse Player to Earn Prestigious Scholarship


Tucker Named IWLCA Mid-Atlantic Coach of the Year

Tucker Earns Honor for Fifth Time


D'Amore, Schweizer Honored by Inside Lacrosse

D'Amore Honored by ECAC, Lacrosse Magazine and WomensLax.com

HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs Ohio State
HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs Ohio State
HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs UMBC
HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs UMBC
Johns Hopkins vs. Florida
The Blue Jays lost a tough one-goal decision to the fourth-ranked Gators on April 5 at Homewood Field.
Women's Lacrosse vs. American
Johns Hopkins beat visiting American, 17-5, on March 1 at Homewood Field.
Women's Lacrosse vs. Loyola
Johns Hopkins upset fifth-ranked Loyola, 6-5, at Homewood Field on February 26.

Sarah Taylor
Sarah Taylor


Farnham, England

High School:
St. Catherine's




Georgetown Edges Johns Hopkins, 9-8, in Overtime

D'Amore Dishes Six Assists, Eclipses 300 Career Points


Johns Hopkins-Georgetown NCAA Women's Lacrosse Notes

Blue Jays Are Making First NCAA Appearance Since 2007


Johns Hopkins-Florida Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

Blue Jays Face Top-Seeded Gators in ALC Semifinals


Johns Hopkins Defeats Seventh-Ranked Penn State, 13-10

Blue Jays Advance to ALC Semifinals


Johns Hopkins-Penn State Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

Blue Jays Battle the Nittany Lions in the ALC Quarterfinals

Statistically Speaking: Ranks 19th in school history in career points (75) and 16th in goals (64).

2013: Played for Team England at 2013 FIL World Cup • earned First Team IWLCA All-Mid-Atlantic and IWLCA Academic Honor Roll accolades • started all 17 games and posted career highs in goals (43), points (46), ground balls (18), draws (27) and caused turnovers (15) • led team in goals; ranked second in points, free-position goals (7) and caused turnovers; fourth in draws • ranked third in ALC in goals per game (2.53), 12th in points per game (2.71), 13th in caused turnovers per game (0.88) • opened season with a hat trick, three ground balls and two caused turnovers in win over Old Dominion • scored career-high five goals in win over Mount St. Mary's • followed with four goals and career-best three caused turnovers in win over Bucknell • tallied three points (2g, 1a) in loss to #4 Northwestern • scored and caused a pair of turnovers in loss to #10 Georgetown • scored twice to go with two ground balls, two draws and two caused turnovers in win over George Washington • totaled four goals, two ground balls and two draws in win at Towson • tallied two goals in three straight games versus Princeton, American and Vanderbilt • controlled a career-high four draws in overtime win over Commodores • scored two goals and caused two turnovers in upset of #11 Virginia • totaled five points (4g, 1a) in win over UMBC • notched back-to-back hat tricks versus #6 Penn State and Ohio State (regular season) • scored four goals in ALC Tournament loss to Ohio State • named to ALC All-Tournament Team.

2012: Played 16 games, scoring a career high 13 goals and 15 points • named to ALC Academic Honor Roll • scored two goals, including one free position, with one draw in season-opening win at George Mason • tallied first career hat trick and added an assist in win at Mount St. Mary's • dished an assist with two draw controls and a caused turnover in loss to Stony Brook • scored on free position in win over Harvard • scored with one ground ball in double overtime loss to #5 Florida • scored on free position in loss at #1 Northwestern • controlled a draw at #10 Penn State • caused a turnover in win over #13 Ohio State • notched a hat trick in win over #11 Penn State in ALC Tournament • scored a pair of goals in loss to #1 Northwestern in ALC Semifinals.

2011: Played 16 games and scored eight goals with six assists • named to ALC Academic Honor Roll • notched first career assist with one ground ball and one caused turnover in season-opening win over George Mason • scored first career goal and added one assist with two draws in win over Mount St. Mary's • scored a team-high two goals in loss at Princeton • named ALC Rookie of the Week (03-01) • dished a career-high two assists and scored on free position in loss to #13 Georgetown • scored a pair of goals at Harvard • scored in loss to #13 Vanderbilt • scored and controlled a pair of draws in loss at #6 Florida • tallied one assist with one draw and one ground ball in win at UMBC • grabbed three ground balls and caused a career-high two turnovers in win over #2 Northwestern • dished one assist with one ground ball and three draws in ALC Quarterfinal loss to #17 Penn State.

Personal: Sarah J. C. Taylor • daughter of Brian and Caroline Taylor • captained St. Catherine's School to final of English National Schools Championship in March 2010 • member of England U-19 squad • member of England Senior Elite squad since September 2008 • played for England South in the U-19 Territorial Tournament in 2007, 2008 and 2009 and captained team to the title at 2009 tournament • played for Scotland in the U-19 World Cup in 2007 and named MVP in match against Wales • played for the Surrey Schools U-19 team from 2007 to 2009, during which the team was undefeated • also competed in swimming, tennis, netball and rounders • Dean's List student majoring in biology.

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