Nick Taylor

HometownEl Cajon, Calif.
Prev. SchoolGranite Hills HS


                        |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---|               |----REBOUNDS----|
Season  GP-GS  Min--Avg  FG-FGA   Pct 3FG-FGA   Pct  FT-FTA   Pct  Off Def  Tot  Avg  PF FO   A  TO Blk Stl  Pts  Avg
2006-07 17-0    60  3.5   7-18   .389   3-11   .273   0-1    .000    1   3    4  0.2   6  0   3   4   1   2   17  1.0


2006-07: Played in 17 games as a freshman ... Had a season total 17 points, four rebounds, three assists, two steals, and one blocked shot ... Had a career-high 12 points as well as two assists against Colorado College on Dec. 12.

Pre UCCS Notes:

Before UCCS: Named Grossmont South League player of the year ... Named first-team all-Division I for the San Diego area ... Averaged 27.3 points per game for Granite Hills High School in 2005-06 ... Led California in 3-point goals with 99 ... Led the San Diego section in 3-pointers made with 132, 51 better than the next best total ... Was second in the San Diego section in scoring ... Broke the school record for points in a single game with 53 as well as breaking the school and league record in 3-point goals with 12 against Sweetwater High School on Dec. 26, 2005 ... Was all-league and team MVP as a junior in 2004-05 ... Was selected for the California Junior National Team in 2004.

Personal Notes:

Personal: Majoring in Biology ... Enjoys ping pong ... Has one brother, Jack ... Parents are Stacy and Donny ... Born Jan. 29, 1988.

Stories featuring Nick Taylor

October 17, 2006Men's basketball season previewThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs has long desired a strong, stable men's basketball program around which the campus community could rally. After 15 seasons and only one winning season, that desire has turned into a whim for many, like the treasured but unattainable bicycle behind the store window.
June 8, 2006Men's basketball recruiting class announcedWhen Russ Caton took over as the new coach of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's basketball team, the first order of business was to evaluate the team he had inherited. The second was to augment that core.
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