Taylor Hartley
Taylor Hartley
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Battle Ground, Wash.
High School: Union
Previous College: Portland State University
Major: Marketing

As a Junior (2018-19): Northeast-10 Conference Women's Golf First Team...NE10 All-Championship Team...One-Time NE10 Women's Golf Weekly Honor Roll...Competed in eight tournaments for the Crimson and Grey...Tallied six top-10 finishes including four in the top-five...Her highest finish was during the NE10 Championship when she placed third in the field of golfers at 154 (+12) putting her way to the All-Championship Team as the Crimson and Grey placed second as a team...Also in the fall, her lowest round of the campaign, 75 (+3) came in a tie for fifth place at the Le Moyne Fall Invitational.

As a Sophomore (2017-18): Appeared in eight tournaments for the Ravens...Finished third at the FPU Fall Invitational with a two-round score of 158 (+14)...Placed ninth in the season-opening Penmen Labor Day Classic at 162 (+18)...Shot a season-low 78 (+6) three times in the fall including the NE10 Championship where she dropped in a 159 (+18) in a tie for sixth place.

Before Franklin Pierce: Played for the golf team at Portland State University (Bio)...Competed on the Golf team in high school at Union...In 2013, placed seventh at districts, 13th at bi-districts and 42nd at the state tournament...In 2014, placed second at districts and 22nd at the state tournament...In 2015, finished second at districts and 10th at the state tournament...In 2016, placed third at districts and second at the state tournament...Named the Girls Regional Golfer of the Year during her senior year and was a First Team All-League selection all four years...Represented the state of Oregon in the Girls Junior America's Cup in 2015...Tied for 18th in the Oregon Women's stroke Championship in 2016 and tied for 15th during the stroke play for the 109th Oregon Women's Amateur Match Play event. 

Personal: Taylor is a marketing major from Battle Ground, Wash...She is the daughter of Gregory and Christine Hartley.