Pfaff Named to Second Team; O'Keefe, Ristoff Earn All-Rookie Honors
Women's Soccer Eliminated from MAAC Tournament Contention
Booth Makes Five Saints in a Losing Effort
Green and Gold Earn 14th Straight Win Over MAAC Rival
Saints Slip to 1-3-1 in the MAAC
AS A FRESHMAN: MAAC All-Rookie Team selection...Appeared in five games, making three starts in goal...Earned the win in collegiate debut vs. Vermont (Sept. 20)...Recorded 13 saves, posting a .722 save percentage and 1.25 goals against average.
BEFORE SIENA: Four-year letterwinner and starter in goal for Brewster Academy...Also lettered in basketball and outdoor track...Holds Brewster's all-time record with 32 career shutouts and allowed just 22 goals in 51 games en route to posting a 44-5-2 record in goal...Boston Globe NEPSAC All-Star Team selection...Led Brewster to the 2009 NEPSAC Championship...Five-time captain for her Seacoast United Club Team which won the New Hampshire State Championship from 2004-09...Graduated from Brewster Magna Cum Laude...Won the Arthur M. Hurlin Award which is given to the student who has done the most for the welfare, good name and progress of Brewster Academy.
PERSONAL: Born March 9, 1993...Daughter of Scott and Deborah Booth...Father is an architect in Saudi Arabia...Has two older sisters, Ashton, who attended the University of New England, and Kendall, who plays soccer at East Carolina University...Majoring in Sociology...Also recruited by Cornell, Dartmouth, George Washington, University of Delaware, Boston University, Holy Cross and Coastal Carolina.
KARBOWSKI ON BOOTH:"Taylor earned some valuable minutes late in her first season. She is a vocal and physical presence on the field. Taylor has very good technique and plays well with her feet. She commands her box and defenders and can make the spectacular save. She is a great competitor and always plays with intensity."
BOOTH'S CAREER STATISTICS