2010 (SENIOR SEASON): Team captain ... Preseason All-SEC selection ... Started all 20 games during her final season with Ole Miss ... Ended the season with 11 points on four goals and three assists ... Scored the game-winning goal on senior night against Kentucky ... Was fourth on the team in shots with 41 ... Recorded two assists in Ole Miss' 5-1 win over McNeese State ... Named to the SEC Community Service Team ... Played full games in six matches during the year ... Took a season-high five shots three times during the season.
2009 (JUNIOR SEASON): Played in all 21 matches with 20 starts, primarily as a midfielder ... Helped an Ole Miss offense that ranked second in the SEC and 31st in the nation with 2.1 goals per game ... Tied for second on the team with six goals, adding three assists for 15 points on the season ... Led the Rebels and ranked eighth among SEC players with 59 shots ... Recorded the second multi-score game of her career with two goals, including the game-winner, against Morehead State ... Named the Ole Miss Nike Invitational MVP after leading the Rebels to the tournament title with three goals to her credit in shutout wins over Morehead and Jackson State ... She also received SEC Offensive Player of the Week and Soccer America Team of the Week honors for her weekend performance ... Also scored vs. ETSU, UALR and Auburn ... Dished out the assist for Kelsey Breathitt's equalizer in the 84th minute that sent the Rebels into overtime in the eventual 3-2 win over No. 7 Florida ... Led or tied for the team lead in shots eight times ... Tied her career high of five shots on six occasions ... SEC Academic Honor Roll ... UMAA Honor Roll for Fall and Spring.
2008 (SOPHOMORE SEASON): Played in all 20 matches with 16 starts ... Second on team with six goals and 14 points on the year ... Added two assists ... Netted game-winning goals in SEC road wins at Auburn and Mississippi State ... Also scored vs. Memphis, South Carolina and Kentucky ... Scored twice vs. Auburn ... Her five goals in league play tied for eighth-most among SEC players ... Assisted on game-winning goal vs. Southern Miss ... Registered 41 shots (second on team) with 16 on-goal for the season ... Led or tied for the team lead in shots four times ... Fired off a career-high five shots vs. South Carolina and Kentucky ... Season-high 98 minutes played at Vanderbilt ... Made UMAA Honor Roll for Spring.
2007 (FRESHMAN SEASON): Appeared in 18 matches, making two starts vs. Miami and at UAB ... Fired off six shots, with three on-goal, for the season ... Logged a season-high 70 minutes in the season opener vs. Miami ... Made UMAA Honor Roll for Fall. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-time All-State selection ... Named All-District and Team MVP three times ... Scored 80 goals and added 43 assists during career at Ballard High School ... Made All-Tournament Teams at OCHS Tournament and Male High School Bulldog Cup ... Member of YoungLife and Beta Club ... Honor roll student ... Who's Who Among American High School Students.
ODP: Five-year member of Kentucky ODP team.
CLUB TEAM: Helped Javanon Soccer Club to seven straight State Cup Championships.
PERSONAL: Born Nov. 10, 1988 ... Full name is Taylor Aimee Cunningham ... Daughter of Steve and TamBrey Cunningham ... Majoring in psychology ... Older sister of Rebel freshman Maddie Cunningham.
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