One of three members of the Women’s World Cup Team that was not a member of the qualifying team, she made a very late run to make the final roster … Is one of two uncapped players on the roster heading into the Women’s World Cup … The first youth national team training camp she ever attended was the two-week U-20 WNT event in Florida in July right before the final Women’s World Cup team was named.
Full name is Taylor Michele Schram… Nickname is Schrammy … Is majoring in psychology … Aspires to be a coach … Earned two letters in track & field running 100m hurdles and the 800m ... Member of the National Honor Society … Has two brothers, Ronny who is older and Connor who is younger … Can more than hold her own in Ping-Pong … Professes to be the biggest Justin Beiber fan on the team … Has three tattoos, including one on her right forearm that says in script “Life’s greatest blessing is the love of a family” … Has two dogs, Cassius, a 110-pound German Shepard and Lily, a four-pound tea-cup Yorkie, who are the best of friends … Likes to ski, dance and watch the NBA … Favorite NBA team is the New York Knicks.
As a sophomore in 2011 she Earned All-Big Ten Second Team honors ... Tallied career-highs in goals (12), assists (12), points (36) and games started (24) ... One of just six Nittany Lions in program history to tally double-digit goals and assists ... Finished second on team in goals, assists and points ... As a freshman in 2010, she made eight starts in 21 games, scoring twice with three assists … Assisted game-winning goal vs. Michigan to clinch PSU's 13th straight Big Ten title … Four-year letter-winner at Canon-McMillan High … Name All-District four times, All-League three times and All-State twice … Was the Pennsylvania Gatorade Player of the Year and NSCAA All-American as a senior ... Was also an ESPN Rise First-Team All-American as senior year ... Ranked second in the nation in scoring her senior year with 52 goals and scored 145 for high school career... Club: Played youth for the Beadling Inferno … Won Western Pennsylvania State Cup six times ... Served as captain for six seasons.