3 Tayla Andrews
3 Tayla Andrews
Height: 5-8
Year: So.
Hometown: Plymouth, Mass.
High School: Plymouth South
Position: F

2011 Played in every game (23) for the Beacons for the second straight season, making six starts … Led UMass Boston and finished second in the conference with seven assists … Finished third on UMB and eight in the conference with 17 points … Tallied five goals, good for third-best on UMass Boston … Recorded 48 shots … Tied her career-high with five points against Rhode Island College when she scored twice and added an assist on September 24 … Scored twice on September 24 and on October 13 at home against Emerson College … UMass Boston finished 7-1-0 when Talya scored a point.   

2010 Enjoyed one of the greatest rookie campaigns in program history, earning the Little East Conference Rookie of the Year award as well as a selection to the LEC Second Team ... Was one of only two freshman to play in all 24 games, starting 15 contests up front for the Beacons ... Led UMB and ranked third in the Little East Conference with 16 goals on the year which was the third highest single-season goal total in program history ... Her 36 total points ranked first among teammates, fourth overall in the conference and stands third all-time at UMass Boston for points in a single season ... Averaged 1.50 points per game as well as 0.67 goals per game, both ranking fourth in the LEC ... Was honored on three separate occasions as the conference's Rookie of the Week and tied the UMass Boston program record with six multi-goal outings on the year .... Her six game-winning goals led the team, tied the single-season program record and tied for the conference lead ... The Beacons did not lose a game in which Andrews tallied a goal in, going a combined 9-0-1 in those contests ... Netted a pair of goals in her collegiate debut including the game-winner in overtime in a 3-2 victory over Western New England College on September 1... Recorded a two-goal outing on September 12 vs. Simmons College in a 3-3 draw ... Registered a career-high five point outing in UMass Boston's 6-0 win over Becker on September 28 with a two goals and an assist ... Matched her season-high point total with a five point effort on October 7 in the Beacons 11-0 win over Wheelock, scoring a pair of goals to go along with an assist ... Scored twice in the Beacons 3-1 victory on October 19 vs. Massachusetts Maritime Academy ... Put home the game-winning goal while adding an assist in UMass Boston's 3-2 victory over Norwich University to help the program notch its first-ever ECAC tournament victory on November 10.

Personal/High School Lettered in both soccer and basketball at Plymouth High School ... Named to the Eastern Massachusetts Girls Soccer All-Star team in 2009 ... Selected as an Atlantic Coast League (ACL) All-Star following sophomore, junior and season campaign ... Led the ACL in scoring in 2009 ... Honored with the Panther's Golden Cleat Award in 2008 and 2009 ... Named the PHS Female Athlete of the Year for her senior year while also receiving the Sportsmanship Award ... Born July 13, 1992 ... Undecided on major ... Enjoys soccer and basketball.

Career Stats

Season GP Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att
2010 24 16 4 36 76 .211 42 .553 6 1-1
2011 23 5 7 17 48 .104 29 .604 0 0-0
TOTAL 47 21 11 53 124 .169 71 .573 6 1-1