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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.

Taylor D'Amore
Taylor D'Amore


Canandaigua, NY

High School:
Canandaigua Academy



Statistically Speaking: Ranks fifth in school Division I history in points (198), 11th in goals (90), second in assists (108) and third in draw controls (177).

2013: Named to US National Team in August 2012 and was an alternate at 2013 FIL World Cup • named Second Team IWLCA All-American, First Team IWLCA All-Mid-Atlantic, First Team All-ALC, IWLCA Academic Honor Roll • totaled 29 goals, 48 assists, 78 points, 27 ground balls, 64 draws and 12 caused turnovers • led team in points, assists, ground balls and draw controls; third in goals • finished season with a 38-game point-scoring streak • led ALC and ranked fifth in the nation in assists per game (2.88); led ALC and ranked 10th in NCAA in points per game (4.59); ranked third in ALC and 29th nationally in draws • totaled eight points (3g, 5a) and eight draws in season-opening win over Old Dominion • scored, handed out six assists, grabbed three ground balls and controlled eight draws in win over Mount St. Mary's • tallied career highs of goals (6) and points (9) in win over Bucknell • notched a hat trick with two ground balls and two draws in win at #7 Loyola • handed out two assists in back-to-back games versus #4 Northwestern and #10 Georgetown • totaled four points (2g, 2a), a career-high-tying five ground balls and two caused turnovers in win over George Washington • scored two goals and handed out two assists to go with three draws in win at Towson • scored and caused a pair of turnovers in loss at Princeton • scored, tallied two assists and five draws in overtime loss at American • totaled six points (3g, 3a) and three ground balls and scored game-winner in overtime win versus Vanderbilt • handed out three assists in loss to #3 Florida • dished five assists in three straight games, including wins over #11 Virginia and UMBC, and #6 Penn State • assisted on game-winner with 19 seconds remaining in upset win over Cavaliers • controlled seven draws in back-to-back games versus Penn State and Ohio State • scored two goals and added two assists in win at Ohio State in regular-season finale • tallied three points (1g, 2a) with two ground balls and three draws in ALC Tournament loss to Ohio State.

2012: Named First Team All-ALC and IWLCA All-Mid-Atlantic • also named to ALC All-Tournament Team and ALC Academic Honor Roll • started all 18 games and led the team assists (40), points (73) and draws (74) • broke school record, for any division, for draws in a season • finished season with a 21-game point-scoring streak • finished third on team in goals (33) • totaled three points (1g, 2a) with two draws in season-opening win at George Mason • tied career-high with six points (4g, 2a) and controlled three draws in win at Mount St. Mary's • notched second straight six-point (4g, 2a) game in win over Denver • also controlled eight draws, one shy of the school Division I record, against the Pioneers • scored a pair of goals, added an assist and three draws against #12 Loyola • scored two goals and doled out four assists with six draw controls in loss to Stony Brook • scored on free position, controlled three draws and grabbed two ground balls in win over #19 Towson • tied career-high with five goals, including three on free position, and six points in win at #15 Georgetown • scored and dished two assists, including on the game-winner with 19 seconds to play, in win over Harvard • also grabbed five ground balls and four draws against the Crimson • scored and dished three assists with six draws in win over #14 Princeton • totaled four points (1g, 3a) with three draws at #12 Vanderbilt • notched a game-high seven points and a career-high five helpers with four draws in double overtime loss to #5 Florida • scored and doled out a pair of assists to go with four draws and two ground balls versus #12 Virginia • scored and added an assist with a career-high-tying eight draw controls in loss at #1 Northwestern • first point against Wildcats was the 100th point of her career • scored twice, including one on free position, and controlled three draws at #10 Penn State • scored, doled out two assists, controlled four draws and caused a turnover versus UMBC • scored, dished out three assists, grabbed a ground ball, controlled five draws and caused a pair of turnovers in win over #13 Ohio State • broke program Division I record for draws in a season against the Buckeyes • broke the school ALC Tournament records for assists (5) and points (8) while also controlling five draws in win over #11 Penn State in ALC Tournament • broke the school's all-time record for draws in a season in win over Lions • dished two assists with two draws in loss to #1 Northwestern in ALC Semifinals • had 20-game goal-scoring streak broken in loss to Wildcats.

2011: Named Second Team IWLCA All-Mid-Atlantic and Second Team All-ALC • selected to ALC Academic Honor Roll • scored 28 goals with 19 assists • led team in assists, finished second in points (47) and third in goals • also grabbed 14 ground balls, a team-high 39 draws and caused 12 turnovers • totaled six points (5g, 1a) with two draws in collegiate debut against George Mason • scored and added one assist with two ground balls, two draws and two caused turnovers in win over Mount St. Mary's • scored and controlled a career-high four draws at Princeton • dished a career-high two assists with two draw controls in win at Stony Brook • named ALC Rookie of the Week (03-07) • notched three points (2g, 1a) in win at Towson • scored on free position and controlled a career-high-tying four draws in loss to #13 Georgetown • notched second career hat trick, scoring three goals on three shots, including a pair of free position, with two ground balls, three draws and a pair of caused turnovers at Harvard • dished a career-high-tying two assists in win over #4 Penn • scored a pair of goals and caused a pair of turnovers in win over George Washington • notched a hat trick in win at Drexel • scored two goals and dished two assists with three ground balls and three draws in loss to #13 Vanderbilt • controlled a game-high four draws and notched a pair of assists in loss at #6 Florida • had a hand in six of the team's 12 goals with three goals and three assists in win at UMBC • six points against the Retrievers tied career-high while three assists were a career-best • scored and dished one assist with three ground balls, three draws and two caused turnovers in loss to #13 Penn State • scored two goals and added one assist with five draws at #19 Ohio State • dished a school ALC Tournament record three assists and tied another with five points (2g, 3a) in quarterfinal loss to #17 Penn State • also controlled four draws against the Nittany Lions.

Personal: Taylor D'Amore • daughter of John and Kim D'Amore • twin sisters, Kendall and Lauren, play lacrosse at Penn • three-time US Lacrosse All-American • named US Lacrosse Scholar-Athlete and Under Armour All-American as a senior • named Greater Rochester Player of the Year by the Democrat and Chronicle as a junior • two-time Daily Messenger Co-Player of the Year • three-time team MVP and First Team Finger Lakes League selection • two-time member of Western Empire State team • helped team to state semifinals as a junior • also played basketball and was a two-time captain • set the school record for steals as sophomore • named first team all-league as a junior after helping team to state semifinals • played soccer for two years before joining cross country team for two seasons • AP Scholar • Girls State nominee • awarded Custodian of the Flag, highest honor awarded to a senior boy and girl at Canandaigua • member of the National Honor Society • participated in a medical brigade to Honduras this past summer • volunteer with Partnership for Student Affairs • Dean's List student majoring in biology.

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