Sarah Taylor
Sarah  Taylor


Bridgewater, Nova Scotia

High School:
Park View Education Centre





Boise State Has 73 Named Academic All-MW

Boise State Athletics sets department record with 73 student-athletes named to 2017 Fall Academic All-Mountain West Team


Sherle and Taylor Honored by CoSIDA

Raimee Sherle was named a NCAA Division I Academic All-District 7 Women’s Soccer First-Team honoree while Sarah Taylor received a second-team nod


Banner Season Ends in Semifinals

Boise State's record-breaking season came to an end Thursday with a 1-0 loss to San Diego State in the semifinals of the Mountain West Championships


Sherle Named MW Offensive POTY

Raimee Sherle was named the Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year while four other Broncos also received honors from the conference


Broncos Secure Record Regular Season

Boise State (12-5-3, 7-2-2 MW) put the finishing touches on the best regular season in school history with a 2-1 win at Utah State (9-7-3, 4-5-2 MW) Friday night


Soccer Visits Basque Center

In one week, Boise State women's soccer will be on its way across the world. Last month, the team was able to get a world away right in Downtown Boise, thanks to an educational visit to the Basque Block.


Taylor Selected to U-20 World Cup

Boise State junior midfielder Sarah Taylor will represent Canada at the 2016 U-20 Women's World Cup next month in Papua New Guinea, the country's governing body for soccer announced Thursday (Oct. 27).


Bronco Soccer is Going to Spain

Boise State women's soccer will be adventuring to Barcelona and San Sebastian Spain in 2017. This trip will serve as a once-in-a-lifetime learning opportunity to train with world-class soccer clubs, explore a new culture and provide service opportunities with those less fortunate.


2015 Position Preview: Midfield

Meet the 2015 Boise State women's soccer midfielders. Three-time all-conference honoree Brooke Heidemann returns for her senior season. to lead a group with a good blend of veterans and newcomers. The midfielders are introduced by head coach Jim Thomas.


Bronco Soccer Offseason Report: New Leaders

In the second episode of the Bronco Soccer Offseason Report, head coach Jim Thomas explains which Broncos are stepping into leadership roles. Brooke Heidemann, Hailey DeVries and Sarah Taylor have emerged in the early going.


Mountain West Quarterfinals - Boise State vs. Air Force

Mountain West Quarterfinals - Boise State vs. Air Force (Las Vegas - Oct. 31, 2017)


Soccer vs. Nevada (10-20-17)

Soccer vs. Nevada (10-20-17)


Soccer vs. Air Force (10-6-17)

Soccer vs. Air Force (10-6-17)


Soccer vs. San Diego State (10-1-17)

Soccer vs. San Diego State (10-1-17 | Boas Soccer Complex)


Soccer vs. New Mexico (9-30-2017)

Soccer vs. New Mexico (9-30-2017) | Boas Soccer Complex

SENIOR (2017): All-Mountain West Second Team selection…appeared and started in 21 games…logged 1,828 minutes in the midfield…finished the season with four points on one goal and two assists…scored the goal against Southern Utah (Aug. 20)…tallied the assists at Weber State (Sept. 15) and vs. UNLV (Oct. 22)…the one match she didn’t play in was due to injury…was leaned on heavily towards the end of the season, playing the maximum 90 minutes in the team’s last six games…the 1,828 minutes was a career high, as was the four points…attempted 30 shots put 10 on goal…ripped off a season-high four shots against Nevada (Oct. 20).

JUNIOR (2016): Appeared in 17 matches, including 15 starts...earned team's Iron Bronco award...played in FIFA U-20 World Cup, representing Canada (Nov. 13-20)...tallied two assists on the season...attempted 19 shots, putting seven on goal...logged 1,483 minutes on the season in the midfield...played at least 90 minutes in 11 matches...missed four matches due to national team obligations with Canada's U20 squad...missed three regular-season matches (Sept. 9-15) for selection camp...missed Mountain West Championship match against San Diego State (Nov. 1) for the U-20 World Cup in Papua New Guinea...made national team debut in May, at 11-day camp in Mexico including two international friendlies against Mexico...Academic All-Mountain West.

SOPHOMORE (2015): Appeared in and started all 20 matches in the midfield...tallied one assist (Sept. 27 vs New Mexico)...third on team with 1,751 minutes played...recorded 90+ minutes in 12 matches...Academic All-Mountain West.

FRESHMAN (2014): Appeared in 16 matches, starting final six of the season...named team's 12th Woman of the Year and given Top Bronco Award at year-end banquet...scored in collegiate debut against Drake (Aug. 22), just 13 minutes after entering match...first Bronco freshman to score in season opener since 2008 (Chelsea Robinson)...played season-high 84 minutes in regular-season finale against Utah State (Oct. 31), helping Boise State clinch berth in Mountain West Tournament...earned Mountain West Scholar-Athlete Award.

High School:Taylor has proved she's a leader on the field and in the classroom. She was the leading scorer with 22 goals for Park View, who was named regional champions in 2013. She is a Regional Training Centre soccer coach and a U14 South Shore United Tier 1 soccer coach. Taylor is also an assistant soccer coach at Hebbville Academy. She received bronze academic honors at Park View in 2013.


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