Taylor Steven enters her third season at Colorado State University, and continues work in the development of CSU's guards. Steven joined the Rams from Wichita State University, where she spent four seasons leading the Shockers from the point guard position.
Steven had a standout career at Wichita State (2004-08), where she set the program record for single-season free-throw percentage (86.7 percent) as a sophomore and tied for first in career games played with 115. She also recorded 154 steals in her career at WSU, 10th on the school's all-time list.
A Wichita, Kan., native, Steven played three seasons under Kristen Holt, an assistant at Wichita State from 2003-07, until Holt accepted a job at Colorado State. Steven graduated Magna Cum Laude in December 2008 with a bachelor of fine arts in education. Steven was on the Dean's List all four years while at Wichita State. She was also named a member of the Missouri Valley Conference Honor Roll and was a recipient of the MVC Commissioner's Academic Excellence Award.
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