Taylor  Booth
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Taylor Booth

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Epping, N.H.

High School:
Brewster Academy

Height:
5-8

Position:
Goalkeeper

07/16/2015

Record Number of Saints Named to MAAC Academic Honor Roll

154 Student Athletes Honored For Maintaining Cumulative GPA's of 3.20 or Better

06/19/2015

On a Mission

Erin Bies and Taylor Booth Living Siena's Mission

09/24/2014

Monmouth Strikes Late to Stun Saints

Women's Soccer Loses Heartbreaker in MAAC Opener

09/12/2014

Saints Clamp Down, Shutout Long Island

Women's Soccer Posts Second Straight Shutout

09/07/2014

Saints Secure Scoreless Draw With Hartford

Booth Makes Six Saves to Post 10th Career Shutout

10/25/2014

2014 Women's Soccer Senior Day

2014 Women's Soccer Senior Day

09/30/2014

Women's Soccer vs. LIU Brooklyn (9/12/14)

Women's Soccer vs. LIU Brooklyn (9/12/14)

11/12/2013

2013 MAAC Women's Soccer Championships

2013 MAAC Women's Soccer Championships

08/23/2013

Women's Soccer Photo Shoot

Women's Soccer Photo Shoot

09/20/2012

Women's Soccer at Vermont (9/19/12)

Women's Soccer at Vermont (9/19/12)

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2013:
  • Broke program record by registering four consecutive shutouts
  • Posted a scoreless streak spanning more than 480 minutes
  • Named MAAC Defensive Player of the Week (Aug. 26) after posting 16 saves and a .800 save percentage in a 2-0 week
  • Tied career-high with 11 saves in season-opening win over UMass (Aug. 23)
  • Had five shutouts which were tied for third most in program history

2012:
  • MAAC All-Academic Team selection
  • Named MAAC Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 24)
  • Named ECAC Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 25)
  • Posted three consecutive shutouts and stopped 22 of 23 shots during team's season-high four game winning streak from Sept. 14-Sept. 21
  • Made six saves in shutting out Saint Peter's (Oct. 19)
  • Posted a career-high 11 saves at Marist (Oct. 6)

2011:
  • MAAC All-Rookie Team selection
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Graduated from Brewster Magna Cum Laude

PERSONAL:
  • 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
  • Majors in Sociology

COACH KARBOWSKI SAYS:
    "Taylor provides a great presence in goal and has grown in confidence during her career. She is a leader with her play and as a communicator. Taylor has prepared herself for an outstanding senior season."