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Arapahoe Adds Girl's Coordinator

By Staff, 06/15/20, 2:10PM MDT

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Taylor Foy Assumes Role to Develop and Grow Arapahoe Girls Program

In 2020, Arapahoe is expanding its programming to include Girls Recreational Hockey.  Poised to field a team at the 12U level (15U and 19U with enough interest), Arapahoe plans to compete in the Colorado Girls Hockey League.  This league provides a girls only option for competition in a responsible travel footprint.  Taylor Foy has been hired as the new Arapahoe Girls Coordinator.  She will be tasked with leading the development and growth of the girls hockey for Arapahoe members.

Taylor Foy Bio:

From the age of 3 years old, Taylor Foy was on skates. She started her competitive figure skating career at the South Suburban Ice Arena. However, she hung up the figure skates and her love for hockey started when she was ten years old, (a Peewee at the time). She began playing forward with the Arapahoe Youth Hockey League (AYHL) and played on the house league boys team for one season. She then switched to play for the Littleton Hawks Association (LHA) boys house league team for a single season before switching to girls hockey. From the years 2010-2014, she played for the Colorado Girls Select Organization (CGSO) as a defenseman before starting to play for the North American Hockey Association (NAHA) (Stowe, Vermont). For the remaining half of her junior year and senior year of high school, (2015-2016) Taylor finished her high school hockey career on the east coast before committing to play Women’s D3 Ice Hockey for Trinity College (Hartford, Connecticut).

In the fall of 2016 Taylor began her freshman year of college where she was introduced to handling the academic demands of a NESCAC School (New England Small Conference Athletic Conference) as well as the athlete life. Her favorite thing to do on campus, besides playing hockey, would be to walk by Trinity’s quad, get an iced coffee and sit and study by the library windows overlooking the athletic fields across campus. Throughout her career at Trinity College, she totaled with 95 games played, 4 goals, and 10 assists.