2010 (Senior): The anchor to the 2010 defense ... one of two team captains ... named UW's Defensive MVP ... named Second-Team NSCAA All-Far West Region and Second-Team All-Pac-10 ... named the Pac-10 Player of the Week on Sept. 28 for helping UW post shutouts vs. Seattle and UC Davis ... named the Husky Fever Classic Defensive MVP ... ranked 16th on TopDrawerSoccer.com's list of top 20 Pac-10 players ... played and started in 17 games ... took nine shots, one on goal ... took a game-high two shots vs. San Diego State on Nov. 7 ... helped the Huskies post nine shutouts on the year, including four in Pac-10 play ... led a Husky defense that ranked 13th in the NCAA in shutout percentage (0.5) and 44th in team goals against average (0.92).
2009 (Junior): Named Third-Team NSCAA All-Far West Region and Second-Team All-Pac-10 ... played in all 18 games, making 17 starts ... named Pac-10 Player of the Week for the first time in his career following UW's 0-0 draw with Stanford and 1-1 draw with Cal ... he and his fellow defenders held the Cardinal to just seven shots in 110 minutes - one shy of a season-low for Stanford - including just one shot in the first half and none in the two overtime periods ... the Huskies held Stanford's leading-scorer Bobby Warshaw to just one shot and allowed the entire Cardinal team just two shots on goal ... against Cal, the Huskies allowed an early goal to the Pac-10's leading goal scorer, Andrew Wiedeman, but Mueller and the UW defense locked Cal down over the final 75 minutes for the tie ... led the Husky defense to six shutouts, which ranked second in the conference ... team also allowed just 10 conference goals, the second-fewest in the Pac-10 ... took 18 shots during the season, firing a season-high three on two occasions, the first time against UC Davis and the second time at home against Stanford.
2008 (Sophomore): Second-team All-Pac-10 honoree ... played and started 17 matches ... helped anchor the defense, leading squad to three shutouts ... contributed one goal and 10 shots ... had the gamewinning goal in 2-1 win over Gonzaga (Sept. 28) ... also had a season-high three shots versus the Zags.
2007 (Freshman): Played in 20 matches, starting 16 ... made an impact in the Husky defense right away as a true freshman ... member of starting backline for both NCAA Tournament matches ... scored first career goal with team's lone score at Gonzaga (Sept. 7) ... tallied seven shots ... contributed to seven of team's eight shutouts ... named to the all-tournament team at New Mexico's Nike/Crescent Financial Solutions Invitational.
2007 graduate of Eastlake High School ... four-year varsity letterwinner and team captain as a senior ... two-time 4A first-team all-state selection and two-time Seattle Times All-Area honoree in 2007 and 2006 ... shared 2007 KingCo MVP honors with fellow UW teammate Jamie Finch ... Three-Time All-KingCo First-Team selection ... 2005 4A All-State honorable mention ... 2005 King County Journal Best of the Best All-Area team ... earned All-KingCo Honorable Mention honors as a freshman ... two-time King County Journal Player of the Week (2005, 2006) ... USYSA state pool in 2001...three-year Washington state ODP team member and two-year Region IV team member...won ODP Region IV championship in 2003, 2004, 2006...played in Nike Friendship Cup 2002-04, leading team to title in 2004 ... USL Super-Y ODP National Camp invitee (January, 2006) ... named to Super-Y National Select Germany Tour team and played in JFG Sinngrund Cup in 2006 ... nine-year member of Crossfire Premier club team ... won five Washington state champion titles with Crossfire ... state cup finalist in 2006 (U-17) and quarterfinalist in 2005 (U-16) ... Region IV champions in 2003 (U-14) and semifinalist in 2004 (U-15) ... USYSA National Championships in 2003 (U-14) ... USL Super-Y Northwest Regional Champions in 2005 (U-16).
Taylor Thomas Mueller ... born in Kirkland, Wash. ... parents are Patti and Tom ... has two sisters Trinity and Dawn ... Dawn played soccer at Idaho where she received bachelor's degree in criminal justice.
TAYLOR MUELLER'S CAREER STATISTICS