Taylor Christensen

Following a successful career with the ThunderWolves, Taylor Christensen began her women's lacrosse coaching duties as an assistant in 2020.

She enters the 2021 season as the top assistant.

A staple in the midfield for the Pack for four seasons, Christensen finished her career with 108 goals and 34 assists for 142 points in 60 games. She compiled a school record 224 draw controls, a school record 191 ground balls and 113 caused turnovers (second highest total in program history). She also had five game-winning goals in her career.

She was named All-RMAC Second Team in 2019 after starting all 14 games and leading the team with 33 goals. Christensen added seven assists to finish second on the squad with 40 points. In the final RMAC regular season statistics, she was fourth in draw controls per game at 4.79 (67 total), fifth in caused turnovers per game at 2.29 (32 total) and with 46 ground balls ranked tied for sixth in the league with 3.29 ground balls per game … Her 2.29 caused turnovers per game ranked No. 24 in NCAA Division II at the end of the regular season.

Christensen earned All-RMAC Honorable Mention honors as a junior. She ranked 10th in the RMAC with 1.93 caused turnovers per game in that 2018 season. She was also honorable mention as a freshman in 2016 after she earned a conference-best three RMAC Defensive Player of the Week Awards. Christensen finished the regular season fifth in Division II with 3.94 ground balls per game (led the RMAC).