Taylor Rhodes has committed to Salem College

Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email
High School Cindy Seymour (336) 491-0083 seymouc@gcsnc.com
Club Glenn Cashion (336) 987-4141 cashiontime@yahoo.com Proehlific Park Volleyball Club
Athlete
TB SE SAPG SA RE MS MP KPG K HP GS GP E DPG DIG BS BPG BHE BE BA ATT APG A
Career - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Season 11 25 0.70 51 - - - 0.50 37 - 74 74 14 1.80 130 11 - - - - 119 5.50 410
Match Bests
BMTB BMSA BMK BMDIG BMBS BMBA BMA
Career - - - - - - -
Season 3 11 5 11 3 - 36
Volleyball Honors

All Area (2012) Honorable Mention
All Conference (2012)
MVP (2012)
High Performance Training Team (2012)
Defensive Player of the year (2011)
Nominated for All Conference (2011)
Led Conference in Digs (2011)

Academics


GPA
SAT Reading
SAT Writing
SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
SOUTHWEST GUILFORD HIGH SCHOOL
School City
HIGH POINT
School State
NC
Guidance Counselor
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Guidance Counselor Phone
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Guidance Counselor Email
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Class Size
321
School Size
1200
TOEFL Score
Class Rank
58
School Division
4A
Major Category
Biological Sciences/Life Sciences
Major
Marine Biology and Biological Oceanography
Major Category
Health Professions and Related Sciences
Major
Pre-Medicine/Pre-Medical Studies
Major Category
Health Professions and Related Sciences
Major
Veterinary Medicine (DVM)
Other Academic Information
AP English III - Passed AP Test with a 4 (Junior year) AP Environmental Science - Passed AP Test with a 3 (Junior year)
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Personal


First Name
Taylor
Last Name
Rhodes
Address
City
State
Zip
Country
Email
Phone
Athletes Mother
Trish Rhodes
Athletes Father
Dusty Rhodes
Gender
F
Height
5'7"
Weight
120
Birthdate
NCAA Clearinghouse ID
1201770782
Personal Highlights

I'm playing my high school Senior year as a setter and occasionally I play Libero if needed.

In years past, I played Libero and back up setter for high school and JO.

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Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?
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Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

On and Off the court doesn't differ to me I am a part of a team. On the court, you are on a team to provide support to your teammates and work together to win. On the court, whether we are winning or losing, I help my teammates to maintain positive attitudes, shake off a bad play and get them to remember to just do the best they can. When players get down on themselves, it affects the whole team so I try and talk to them, give them encouragement and keep their spirits up.

Off the court, I set up meetings, impromptu practices or any college games that my team and I can attend to get us all together and have a good time. My family also records every game we play and sometimes we will have a team Pow-wow and watch the videos to look at what we may need to improve on or to see what we are doing right and reinforce!

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

As a healthy athlete, I don't go out and eat much fast food, or if I do I try and get snack wraps and salads. I do not drink soda at all, never have, never will. Instead of soda, I drink water and milk each day. As a part of our training, I eat a lot of pastas and before a game with meat and some fruits and in the morning for breakfast.

I am also focused conditioning throughout the year. Whether volleyball season is in or out, I am exercising, lifting weights, running and staying conditioned. During indoor and outdoor seasons, I have a balanced schedule. In addition to my body, I am also focused on my academics, my relationships with my family and friends and making sure that I balance everything that is important to me. Having a healthy mind is just as important as a healthy body.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

My life has been dedicated to volleyball and I apply that to my service work. I have done a lot of volunteering in coaching clinics and volleyball camps with my Head Coach, Glenn Cashion for younger groups. (15-below) I have coached for indoor clinics at sports facilities and YMCA's and assisted in doubles beach volleyball clinics. I like to do things that are more involved with sports because I can relate better with people and I can continue to learn new people skills and actual skills as a coach! I have also done student sports medicine training for my high school in football, basketball, volleyball, wrestling and soccer. I work as a trainer that supplies the other teams with medical help whether that would be taping, ice, medicine (with consent of parent) , stretching, dietary habits, rehabilitation, water, braces, etc. This has helped me learn other ways to care for myself and my team mates too! When one of my players is injured normally I can assist him or her on the spot. This also goes along with what I feel that I would like to study in college! :)

In addition to volleyball, I have volunteered with our local church to help hand out food to families in need and work with the scout troups to clean up our local parks.

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Blog Posts


Big South College Tournament
September 11, 2011
This weekend my team and I went to if not all but most of the games!!! A lot of fun! Learned some new things and ready for more! :)