Women's Volleyball

Taylor Scioscia
Taylor Scioscia


Westlake Village, Calif.

High School:
Louisville HS


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Taylor Scioscia is in her fourth season with LMU volleyball...

2012... appeared in all 31 matches for the Lions, starting 18... served-up 16 aces at a rate of .15 per set... managed 14 assists and 163 digs (1.51 per set)... served up a pair of aces against Arizona State on September 1, beginning a string of three straight matches with a pair of service aces... 10 digs came against Kansas on September 14... career-best 13 digs came against San Francisco on September 22... posted 10 digs at Gonzaga on October 18... managed a career-best three aces against Portland on November 1...

2011... appeared in four sets for the Lions as a sophomore... posted a pair of kills in her first match of the year on August 27 against Quinnipiac... lone dig came at BYU on November 3... collected a block assist against Seattle on September 4... earned the LMU Female Strength and Conditioning Award at the annual Iggy Awards banquet...

2010... appeared in six sets and four matches as a freshman... posted her lone kill of the season on September 3 at Kansas State... served-up an ace against Oral Roberts on September 4... managed two digs against Wichita State on September 11...

A 2010 graduate of Louisville High School in Woodland Hills, Calif... was a four-year varsity letterwinner... served as team captain in her final season... named Team MVP as a junior and senior... garnered second team All-Mission League honors in 2010... named honorable mention All-Area by the LA Daily News following her final campaign... off the court, garnered second honors in all four years at Louisville High School for her academic successes... a member of Point West Volleyball Club...

Taylor Florence Scioscia was born December 12, 1991, in Upland, Calif... daughter of Anne and Mike Scioscia... father enjoyed a 15-year career as a catcher in Major League Baseball and is the current manager of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim... has one brother, Matt, who played baseball at Notre Dame... donated 10.5 inches of her hair to Locks of Love, an organization that makes human hair wigs for children undergoing chemotherapy... also recruited by Connecticut, DePaul and Purdue, but chose LMU because it has an outstanding Division I athletic program as well as superior academics... a sociology major.

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