and went to the National Championships in Texas where the Owls placed third. She was recruited and received a scholarship for soccer, lacrosse, and cross country at Wilmington University. Penelope made 2nd team All-CACC in 2011 and 2012 for Wilmington and won the CACC Regular Season Championship and Tournament Championships in 2012 with her teammates on their way to the NCAA Women's Soccer National Championship Tournament. Currently, Penelope is coaching soccer at Fallston High School, and lacrosse at Patterson Mill High School. She has also recently received her NSPA Personal Training Certification.
Award, an All-Region selection and Women’s Senior Athlete of the Year award. She still holds the record for career assists (26) and is third in goals (31) at Wilmington where only 3 of her 4 years were even counted due to the schools official move to the NCAA after her first season. Currently, Colby is married, a mother of two girls and works in IT at T. Rowe Price. Colby and her family reside in Harford County.
senior captain. She continued on after High School and played for Division I Delaware State University from 2011 - 2013 helping to achor the back line for the Hornets. She is currently a Nurse while also coaching at girls soccer at Harford Tech.
Played at Bel Air High School where she made 1st team All-County, 1st team All-State and currently holds the all-time points record for Women’s Soccer at Bel Air. Went on to play division 2 soccer and lacrosse at Wilmington University. While at Wilmington Colby earned 1st team All CACC, MVP
Played at Fallston High school where she made 1st team all aegis, Baltimore sun, and county 3 out of her 4 years there. She recieved a full soccer scholarship to Harford community college where she made all-tournament team, all-region, and all-district both years. Won the regional championship, district championship,
Competed all four years on the varsity soccer team and varsity track and field teams at Harford Tech. During her time there her team was divisional champions all four years. As a junior the soccer program was UCBAC Champions and state finalists. Taylor also led her team as UCBAC Champions as a