Gibson finishes 11th as Cowgirls place 12th
Cowgirls in 12th with one round remaining
Gibson tied second individually after round one
UW finishes with second best 54-hole score in school history
UW records lowest round of fall season to move up tied 11th
2013-14 (Freshman): Dorans stepped right into the Cowgirls lineup in her first season with the program • Played in 27 rounds averaging 80.7 strokes per round • Best finish came at the Mountain View Collegiate finishing tied for 42nd with a score of 227 (+11); During the event she tied a career-best score of 74 (+2) • Recorded 74 (+2) in the final round of the Cowgirl Desert Intercollegiate • In her collegiate debut at the CSU Ptarmigan Rams Fall Classic she recorded a 234 (+18) making it her second-best score of the season.
High School: A native of Erie, Colo., Taylor Dorans joins the Cowgirls from Broomfield High School after lettering four years in golf under coach John Ferraro • During Dorans' freshmen and sophomore seasons she finished sixth in the Colorado High School Athletic Association 4A Championship • Finished the CHSAA 4A Championship in fourth place as a junior • A three-time All-State honoree, earning the honor from her freshmen to junior years • Also a two-time Northern League MVP • Named the 2012 Boulder Daily Camera Player of the Year • A member of the Colorado Junior America's Cup team • During the summer of 2012, she competed in the United States Golf Association Junior Girls championship and the Junior World Championship • A four-year honor member and a member of National Honor Society • Earned a Broomfield Super Kid Award with a 4.3 grade point average.
Personal: Dorans was born Nov. 21 in Dolton, Illinois and is the daughter of Rich and Patti Dorans • Has two older sisters, Molly who played golf at Montana State University in Bozeman, Mont., and Danielle, who played golf at the University of Nebraska at Kearney • Majoring in Mechanical Engineering.