The 6-1 Taylor, who suffered a season-ending leg and ankle injury in a 48-28 loss to Mifflin on Feb. 2, averaged 27.0 points and 16.0 rebounds in 16 games and was first-team all-district in Division I and first-team all-City League-North.

Taylor signed with Louisville last November, making her the first player from the program to commit to a Division I college in 11 years.

Also a Super 12 selection last year who started since her freshman season, Taylor finished her career with 1,439 points, 1,027 rebounds, 314 blocks and 256 assists and shot 46 percent from the floor.

"It really would come down to Asia just turning it on because there were usually three people on Asia and she'd just dish the ball off," coach Doug Kohler said. "She'd do whatever you asked."