Former standout athlete for Islands High School Taylor Baham Class of 2013, who now plays basketball at Johnson University in Tennessee was named to the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) All American- Second Team in Division 2 women's basketball. Taylor was selected by coaches in attendance at the Nationals Basketball Tournament which means that coaches believe that she is one of the top 15 players out of the estimated 350 women's players in division 2 women's basketball around the country.
On the season, Baham averaged 13.4 points per game, shot 50% from the floor, 72% from the free-throw line, grabbed 6.5 rebounds per game and averaged 1.4 blocks per game for the Royals. Taylor also played on the Johnson University volleyball team.
In high school, Taylor was a three sport athlete participating in volleyball, basketball, and track. Baham, was a finalist for the Hollis Stacy Award given to Savannah’s most versatile female high school athlete, a Savannah Morning News All-Greater Savannah first-team selection as a setter in volleyball and a third-team selection as a forward in basketball.