Women's Volleyball

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Taylor Humm
Taylor Humm

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Crystal Lake, Ill.

High School:
Prairie Ridge

Height:
5-10

Position:
OH

Major:
Engineering



04/16/2014

SIX GOLDEN GRIZZLIES HONORED AS ALL-AMERICAN ATHLETES BY NSCA

Humm, Rusnak, Baker, Nowak, Brosseau, and Polidori receive the award.

01/23/2014

OAKLAND LEADS HORIZON LEAGUE IN FALL HONOR ROLL SELECTIONS

The Golden Grizzlies placed 120 student-athletes on the honor roll list.

01/16/2014

OAKLAND LANDS FIVE ON FALL ACADEMIC ALL-LEAGUE TEAMS

Kristock, Tinnion, Kellermann, San Cartier and Humm earned the honors.

01/16/2014

TAYLOR HUMM TABBED AS ACADEMIC ALL-LEAGUE PERFORMER

She earns the honor alongside 13 fellow volleyball players and a total of 53 fall athletes.

12/31/2013

BEST OF 2013

A look at some top accomplishments for Oakland.

11/22/2013

Oakland vs. Cleveland State

Oakland lost its quarterfinal match in the Horizon League Tournament to the Vikings on Nov. 22.

10/04/2013

Oakland Volleyball vs. Youngstown State

Oakland beat Youngstown State 3-1 in the first Horizon League volleyball match to take place in the O'rena.

10/04/2013

Oakland vs. Youngstown State

The Golden Grizzlies open their home league season against Youngstown State on Friday night at the O'rena

09/10/2013

Oakland vs. Eastern Michigan

Oakland lost to host Eastern Michigan University in three sets on Sept. 10.

08/31/2013

Oakland vs. Oregon State

The Oakland volleyball team faced Oregon State in the final match of the Golden Grizzly Invitational

Match-By-Match Stats | Career Stats

2013
▪ Saw action in 91 sets for a total of 24 matches.
▪ Was named Oakland Student-Athlete of the week on Sept. 9.
▪ Missed five matches due to an ankle injury.
▪ Earned 21 digs in the Horizon League quarterfinal match (Nov. 22) to surpass the 1,000 dig benchmark (1,003).
▪ Accumulated 178 kills, 334 digs, 14 service aces and 20 blocks for the season.
▪ Had six double-double matches including 17 kills and 10 digs against Syracuse (Sept. 7).
▪ Earned double-digit kills in eight matches.
▪ Tied career-best of 25 digs against Villanova (Aug. 31).
▪ Had five matches with over 20 digs.
▪ Tallied a season-best six blocks against Western Illinois (Sept. 20).

2012
▪ Played in single-season record 115 sets in 29 matches
▪ Second on the team in kills with 329 and digs with 418
▪ Earned All-Tournament Honors at Golden Grizzly Invite
▪ Finished 17 matches with double-digit kills and digs
▪ Earned career-high 20 kills against Iowa (Sept 1)
▪ Recorded career-best 25 digs against Eastern Michigan (Sept. 11)

2011
▪ Summit League All-Freshman Team selection
▪ Played in 74 sets over 24 matches
▪ Played her first career set against Niagara where she earned her first career kill (Aug. 26)
Third on the team in digs with 230
▪ Recorded 177 kills, good for a 2.39 kills per set average
▪ Earned career-high 18 kills against IUPUI (Oct. 11)
▪ Recorded career-high 21 digs twice: against Southern Utah (Sept. 29) and against IUPUI (Nov. 11)
▪ Accumulated double-digit kills and double-digit digs in nine matches
▪ Academic All-Summit League

High School
▪ Earned three letters for coach Stefanie Otto
▪ Led her team to a regional championship in her senior season
▪ Coaches MVP and first-team all-area in 2010
▪ All-state honorable mention selection in her last two seasons
▪ All-state honarable mention in track and field as a thrower in 2009 and 2010

Academic Awards and Extracurricular Activities:
▪ Member of National Honor Society
▪ Member of Spanish National Honor Society
▪ Made the Dean's list and high honor roll

Top Athletic Performances:
▪ School record discus 120'2" in 2009
▪ School record shotput 36'11.5" in 2011

Personal:
Full Name:
Taylor Christine Humm
Birthdate:
March 31, 1993
Parents:
Christi and Kurt Humm
▪ Dad was a Top Gun Fighter Pilot in 1985 and captain of the National Champion 1982 Intercollegiate Flying team
Siblings: Kyli and Mackenzi
▪ Her sister, Kyli, plays soccer at Carson Newman
▪ Her grandfather, Jack Cutlip, was inducted into the Illinois Wrestling Coaches Hall of Fame in 2001
▪ Her uncle, Tom Cutlip, played football at Ball State in 1984-1985

Top Three Reasons for Choosing Oakland:
1. Academics
2. Campus setting/environment
3. Athletics

Intended Major at Oakland:
Pre-Med

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