The final member of the 2018 sophomore class for the Moberly Area Community College Lady Greyhounds made her plans for next season as Jocelyn Taylor committed to Southeast Missouri State University reported former MACC women's coach Chad Killinger.

Taylor is the eighth MACC women’s player to move on to the four-year level, equaling the second most players to move on in a single season, and is the sixth Lady Greyhound to sign with an NCAA Division I program. The most Division I signees MACC has ever had in one year is seven, which occurred in 1998 added Killinger.

“It took Jocelyn a little time to understand that she didn’t have to try and do everything for us,” said Chad Killinger, now an assistant at East Carolina University. “But, once she saw how she could fit into our style of play she was an extremely tough match up for our opponents. She contributed in a variety of ways and her versatility, as well as her competitive spirit, will give her an opportunity to be a difference maker at SEMO next season.”

Taylor, a 6-foot guard/forward from Grand Rapids, Mich. that transferred from Southeastern Illinois College, averaged 9.6 points, five rebounds, 2.2 steals, and 1.1 blocks per game during her sophomore year at Moberly.

She was named first team All-Region 16 and second team All-MCCAC. She was named the Lady Greyhounds Defensive Player of the Year after leading the team in steals and finishing second in blocked shots.

Taylor becomes the 40th player from MACC to commit to a four-year college over the past seven seasons, the most over any seven year period in program history, and is the 72nd Lady Greyhound to sign at the Division I level in 41 years.