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Tayler Hill
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Tayler Hill's Bio

About Tayler Hill

2017 Highlights: Started in 16 out of 18 games played…averaged 25.6 minutes per game…averaged 13.3 points per game including a season high of 21 points in back-to-back games…scored 10+ points in eight games and 20+ points in four games…posted a career high in field goals made (8) against Minnesota on 6/23…averaged 2.6 assists per game, including a career high eight assists against Connecticut on 5/31…averaged .938 from the free throw line…

2016 Highlights: Started in 32 out of 32 games played…led team in points per game (15.4), the highest average of her career…led team in minutes per game (29.3), also the highest average of her career…scored 10+ points in 18 games and 20+ points in nine games…led team in points in 15 contests…averaged 2.9 assists per game…posted a career high night against San Antonio on 8/28 where she scored a career high 26 points, shooting 7-of-16 from the field, including a career high 5-of-10 shooting from three-point range…shot a career high 11-of-15 from the free throw line against Dallas on 5/18…averaged .351 from three-point range…averaged .829 from the free throw line…ended the season just 42 points shy of her 1,000th career point…scored 493 total points this season, more than her combined total over the first three seasons (465)…

2015 Highlights: Saw action in 32 games this season…averaged 17.0 minutes per game…averaged 7.5 points per game…scored a career high 20 points vs. Connecticut on 8/9…averaged .319 from three-point range…played a career high 34 minutes vs. Indiana on 9/8…connected on four three-point shots in two games this season, tying her career high…collected a career high four steals in two games this season…

2014 Highlights: Saw action in five games after returning to the Mystics lineup on August 5 in a victory over New York, following the birth of her son on June 18…averaged 7.8 minutes and one point per game in a brief stint towards the end of the regular season…

2013 Highlights: Started in the first seven games for the Mystics…averaged 17.4 minutes per game (eighth amongst rookies)…scored 6.5 points per game (sixth amongst rookies)…dished out 1.5 assists per game (eighth amongst rookies)…second amongst rookies in three-point percentage (.333)…scored a career-high 16 points on three occasions, including the last two games of the regular season…

College: A two-time selection to the All-Big Ten First Team and a three-time choice for the conference’s All-Defensive team. As a four-year starter for the Buckeyes, played alongside a pair of WNBA first round draft picks (Jantel Lavender and Samantha Prahalis). 2012-13: Voted by media and coaches to All-Big Ten First Team for the second straight year, this time after leading the conference in points per game and minutes played. Increased her streak of double-figure scoring games to 64 en route to capping her career as the fifth-leading scorer in school history. 2011-12: Playing in the backcourt with Prahalis and earned All-America Honorable Mention (WBCA), All-Big Ten First Team, and All-Big Ten All-Defensive Team honors in a season in which she led conference in scoring across all games (13th in the nation). Also ranked atop the Big Ten in made 3-pt. FGs per game in conference action (12th nationally) and was third in the league in steals. 2010-11: Breakout season on both ends of floor resulted in Big Ten All-Defensive Team and All-Conference Honorable Mention honors after taking over at the 2 guard opposite Prahalis. PREP/MISC: State of Minnesota’s all-time career points leader. Her cousin, Devon George (also of Minneapolis), was part of three NBA championship teams over 13 seasons; brother P.J. played at Ohio State.

Personal: A native of Minneapolis, MN, Hill is the all-time leading scorer (boy or girl) with 3,888 points in Minnesota high school history.

Career Transactions

  • Selected in the first round (4th overall) of the 2013 WNBA Draft.
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