Purdue had several winners on the meet's final day.
2015: Broke school record in the distance medley relay with a time of 11:07.20 with teammates Kiara McIntosh, Vanessa McLeod and Katie Hoevet ... also has the second-best time in program history in the DMR with Hope Schmelzle, McLeod and Hoevet as the group took third at the Big Ten Championships with a time of 11:12.67 ... also finished third at Big Ten Indoor Championships in the 4x400m relay with a time of 3:36.95, which is the school record ... finished 11th at the Big Ten Indoor Championships in the 400m dash with a time of 55.13 seconds ... competed in six outdoor events before an injury sidelined her for the remainder of the season ... ran a PR of 54.70 in the 400m dash at the Jim Click Shootout where she finished third ... part of winning 4x400m relay at the Kansas Relays with a time of 3:36.27 ... won the 4x400m relay at the Texas Relays with a time of 3:35.97 ... won the 400m dash at the Fred Wilt Invite with a time of 55.82 seconds. 2014: Competed in eight indoor meets, counting the Big Ten Championships and participated in eight outdoor meets, including the Big Ten Championships; placed first in the 4x400m at the Border Battle and the Kentucky Relays, with Carmiesha Cox, Makayla Earnheartand and Ciana Tabb; finished sixth at the Big Ten Indoor Championships in the women's distance medley relay with a time of 11:27.64, while teamed with Hope Schmelzle, Megan Plenus and Katie Hoevet; PR in the 200m is recorded at 25.62 and 55.64 in the 400m.
High School: Competed in USATF Junior Nationals and was a semi-finalist for 400m in 2012; was a 2013 National Qualifier in the 4x400m relay at the USATF Jr. Nationals; 2013 Track and Field Area Champions; 2012 District Champion and second in Regional; All-State recognition in 2012; school record holder for 200m, 400m, 4x400m and set personal record for 400m (55:21) her senior year; junior year, finished seventh in 400m at State and was ranked ranked fifth in 5A State; sophomore year, competed in Regional qualifier 100m, 200m, 400m relay; played basketball and track freshman and sophomore years; as a freshman, competed in regional qualifier in the 400m relay and was freshman basketball captain; track coach was Larry Halliburton; member of the National Junior Honor Society and an Eagle Scholar.
Personal: Taylor S. Dunlap was born on June 21, 1995, in Dallas, Texas, to parents Maurice and Karen Dunlap; has a younger brother, Zachary; enjoys listening to music and playing sports; majoring in movement and sports science in the College of Health and Human Sciences.