Consistent and smart player ... good communication with teammates ... played well in 2007 but battled foot injury most of the season and saw sporadic playing time ... will start at setter barring further injuries.
AS A JUNIOR (2007)
Played in 54 games and only 14 matches due to foot injury ... led Terps with 7.06 assists per game ... career-high 58 assists in season finale against Georgia Tech (11/23), which also tied for the team season high ... 45 assists and season-high 12 digs in season opener against Oakland (8/24) ... had two service aces each in matches against Wake Forest (10/26) and Duke (10/28).
AS A SOPHOMORE (2006)
Participated in 105 games, recording 466 assists on the year, second-most on the team ... led the team in assists in conference play with 289 ... had 14 service aces and 22 kills on the season ... 13 assists and five defensive digs in a three-game sweep of Miami (10/27) ... helped the Terps rally from a 0-2 hole to beat NC State on the road with 22 assists ... 23 assists in a close five-game match with ACC rival Georgia Tech, and scored a key service ace in the fourth game to tie the score at 15-15 (10/6) ... 16 assists in a three-game loss to No. 3 UCLA (9/17) ... 21 assists in a five-game victory over Florida International (9/16) ... opened the season with 67 assists in three matches to help the Terrapins take TIS Bookstore Invitational in Bloomington, Ind. (9/2).
AS A FRESHMAN (2005)
Played in all 122 games and 33 matches last season ... tallied second most assists for the squad (721) for an average of 5.91 assists per game ... played in first career NCAA Tournament matches against Kentucky (12/2) and Louisville (12/3), recording 26 assists and seven digs against the Wildcats and 19 digs and five digs against the Cardinals ... set career high of 36 assists against Clemson (11/18) ... posted 13 digs at Virginia (10/1) and at NC State (11/25) ... had career-high and team-high of seven service aces against St. Peter's (9/7).
A four-year letterwinner at Westlake High School ... following her senior season, was named to the all-state team, academic all-state team and state tournament all-tournament team ... selected Most Valuable Player of Westlake's squad as well as her district ... a 2004 PrepVolleyball.com high school All-American and "Senior Ace" ... named to three all tournament teams in 2004, including Most Valuable Player of the Duncanville Tournament ... named Lonestarvolleyball.com's Player of the Year in `04 ... an all-district honorable mention in 2003 ... a four-time academic all-district selection.
Taylor Erin Doucet ... daughter of Ted and Mary Doucet ... has a brother, Theo, and a sister, Lauren ... chose Maryland because of the coaches, players, friendly atmosphere, campus and location ... also recruited by North Carolina, Ole Miss, Rice and Pennsylvania ... enrolled in the College of Letters and Sciences.
Doucet's Career Statistics
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Doucet's Career Highs