Where are they going?: Tayler Brown
Welcome to The Mav’s Senior Tradition where we highlight our current seniors and discuss where they are headed to.
Tayler Brown (‘21) worked hard in high school in order to get to where she is and has big plans after she graduates.
Brown will attend West Texas A&M University (WTAMU) to play Division II softball for coaches Micheal Mook and Jenelle Trautmann as well as further her education. As a result of receiving a scholarship from WTAMU and other sources, she has a lot planned for the next five years.
During her time at WTAMU, Brown will be working towards a nursing degree.
Brown loves helping people and volunteering at UCHealth hospital. As she got to know patients and become part of their journey while volunteering, she was inspired to become a nurse.
Some of Brown’s favorite memories in high school came from her senior year softball season.
“The chemistry we had as a team was unmatched, and it was the best thing to be around. We made it to the championship in state with our attitudes and work ethic, and I wasn’t surprised at all,” said Brown.
Brown’s advice for underclassmen would be to always turn in your work. Even if it’s not the best, turning it in is better than nothing. Brown would also advise them to “enjoy every moment of high school because it goes by so fast; always keep a positive mindset”.
Taylor will be missed at MHS, but we wish her luck on her journey!