2013: Pitched 32.2 innings over 30 appearances earning a team high four saves with a 2-0 record...Got a career high 4 strikeouts in 2.2 innings pitched against St. John's...Allowed just one hit in 2 shutout innings of action in the Bulls 19 inning 8-2 win over Notre Dame...He earned his first career win the following night after 1.1 innings pitched...
2012: Saw action in 45 games with 43 starts at shortstop or in the outfield. Also made one appearance on the mound.
2011: One of only four players on the team to start in 52 games or more, playing primarily in the outfield...Batted .258 with eight doubles and 14 RBI...Ranked third on the team with eight doubles on the season...Recorded a .301 on-base percentage along with a .311 slugging percentage...Was fourth on the squad with 125 putouts on the season...Collected a season-high three RBI in a game against Florida A&M (3/5) and helped lead his team to a 13-4 victory....Had 14 multi-hit games on the season...Had another strong offensive performance at Notre Dame (5/14) with two hits and scoring two of the Bulls runs even though they would come up short losing 6-3...Attempted the most stolen bases on the team, going five-for-ten on the season.
2010: In his rookie campaign, played in 40 games, starting 38....Started the season at second base ... Midway through the season made the switch to his natural position of centerfield which he played in high school... Made just one error in games started in the outfield... Batted .275 with four home runs and 13 RBI... His four homers were good for fourth most on the team... Posted a slugging percentage of .373... Held a fielding percentage of .963 out of 99 possible chances... Had 12 multiple-hit games and a career high of three against Rutgers (4/17)... Clubbed his first career homer at Oklahoma (3/6)... Hit his second home run in as many days in Bulls win over Western Illinois (3/7)... Had a hit streak of seven games in which he collected a total of 13 hits (4/23-5/7)... Never went longer than two games without a hit ... In BIG EAST play, led the team with a .362 clip at the plate and was third in slugging percentage at .466 ... Had an on-base percentage of .431, second highest on the team....Had a career day at St. John's (5/7), collecting three hits, including one home run, three RBI and two runs scored.... His homer broke a streak of 24 straight singles.
Prep: Lettered in baseball all four years of high school ... Batted .342 with 6 homers and 24 RBIs for the Dragons as a senior ... Drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 13th round ... Selected as a Florida Athletic Coaches Association All-Star and represented Hillsborough County in last weekend's Hillsborough-Pinellas all-star game at Tropicana Field. ... During high school was a team MVP and he made the all tournament team ... Named to the all-state team ... No. 872nd-ranked prospect in the county by Perfect Game.
Personal: Full name is Chad Henry Taylor ... Is the son of Steve and Lori Taylor ... Was born Aug. 29, 1990 ... One brother named Kyle ... Attended Jefferson High School ... Enjoys playing baseball and fishing ... Majoring in Political Science.