Taylor Brown
Taylor  Brown


Strathmore, Calif.

High School:
Strathmore High School



Brown, Williams Named NCEA All-Americans

Taylor Brown earns All-America accolades for second consecutive season, Rachel Williams follows in Browns footsteps collecting All-America honors as a freshman

2015 (Sophomore): Helped the `Dogs grasp a No. 9 ranking after beating SMU (7-6) and Tennessee-Martin (8-6) during their 2015 season opener ... named the September National Collegiate Equestrian Association Rider of the Month for reining earned the United Equestrian Association Rider of the Month award after going undefeated at the Willis Invitational in Waco, Texas ... picked up an additional Rider of the Month accolade after going 4-0 during the month of March ... was honored as a second-team All-American by the NCEA for the second consecutive season ... earned Bevel Saddlery Academic honorable mention for earning a cumulative GPA of 3.0 while competing in at least half of the team's meets.

2014 (Freshman): NCEA second-team for Horsemanship ... first-team All-American for Reining ... was named the Most Outstanding Player, Most Determined and Rookie of the Year as a freshman for working tirelessly on improving and excelling ... one of eight reiners invited to compete in the Sun Circuit Shootout ... was named MVP in the season opener against No. 3 South Carolina.

High School: Played varsity soccer all four years ... two-time captain and MVP ... 2010 and 2012 soccer valley champion ... four-time All-League MVP, League Offensive Player of the Year and All-Star Player ... 2012 AQHYA World Champion ... multiple Congress Champion and Reserve ... Champion and Reserve at NSBA World Show.

Personal: Parents are Elizabeth and Mitch Brown, has a brother Ryan and two sisters Lauryn and Justine ... hobbies include soccer, hunting, roping and showing cattle ... her favorite athlete is Trevor Brazile because he loves what he does in the rodeo ... her biggest athletic thrill was winning the World Show in 2012 on her horse, Hamilton ... she admires her mom and trainers because they always push and challenge her to do her best ... chose to attend Fresno State because it was a great opportunity to ride.

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