2012-13 - Swam in all but one meet during the regular season...Competed in the 50, 100, 200 and 500 freestyle events...Recorded a season-best third-place finish in a meet against College of Charleston, Queens and Wingate with a time of 1:54.64...Ranked fifth on the team in the 200 freestyle with a personal record of 1:53.88...Also posted personal bests in the 100 freestyle (52.61) and the 500 freestyle (5:15.29)...Part of three relay wins, with two coming in the 200 freestyle relay and one in the 400 freestyle relay...Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll.
2011-12 - Provided depth in the sprint freestyle events...Posted the team's fourth fastest time in the 50 freestyle with a mark of 24.47 at the SEC Championships, which matched her personal record from the 2011 SEC Championships...Set personal records in the 100 freestyle (52.85) and 200 freestyle (1:54.04) at the SEC Championships...Also swam the 100 butterfly...Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll.
2010-11 - Competed in every dual meet and SEC Championships...Primary events were sprint freestyle...Had fifth-best Gamecock time in 50 free (24.47)...Top time in 100 free (53.19) and 200 free (1:54.67) came at SEC Championships.
PRE-COLLEGE - Graduated from The Bolles School...Was a top-16 state finalist each year from eighth through 12th grade...Named First Coast Swimmer of the Year in 2007, 2008 and 2009...Helped Bolles to its 19th consecutive state title...Club team was Bolles School Sharks...Was a NISCA Junior Nationals qualifier...Named to school's President's List...Highly involved in community service...Led Bolles' Haiti Earthquake Relief project in January 2010, helping the school to raise $15,000 for the relief effort...Honored by Haitian American Association for Advancement for her efforts.
PERSONAL - Full name is Taylor Marie Josserand...Born Aug. 9, 1991 in Orlando, Fla....Parents are Dave and Deonne Josserand...Has a brother, Chandlor...Her father was a gymnast at the University of Arizona...Majoring in marketing in the business school and minoring in PR and Advertising in the journalism school...Chose South Carolina because of the journalism program, the environment of the school, the location and the swim team...Also had an offer from Arkansas.