Lindsay Corine Taylor (born May 20, 1981) is an American former professional basketball player. She has played in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA), Turkish Women's Basketball League, Ligue Féminine de Basketball (LFB), the Women's Korean Basketball League (WKBL), Polish Women's League, Women's Chinese Basketball Association (WCBA), and C.D. Primeiro de Agosto in Angola. A very experienced player, she has played professionally overseas in 13 basketball seasons. Standing 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) tall she usually plays the center position (normally the tallest player on the team) Taylor is the tallest player in the history of Chandler High School women's basketball and UC Santa Barbara women's basketball program, and she is among the tallest ever to play in the WNBA. Taylor attended Chandler High School and was a Chandler HS state champion in 1999. She then attended University of California, Santa Barbara in 1999. After initially redshirting her first year she played center for the women's basketball team UC Santa Barbara Gaucho and was the 2001 Big West Freshman and Player of the Year. Taylor is Santa Barbara's all-time leading point scorer, blocker and most accurate shooter.Taylor was awarded the Silver Medal as a member of the United States 2003 Pan American Games basketball team with fellow Guacho, Kristen Mann. Taylor was considered the best player in the team.Taylor was instrumental securing the Gauchos four straight Big West Conference women's Championships victories between 2001–2004, and took the team to the 2004 Sweet Sixteen - the furthest the team had ever advanced in the NCAA tournament. In April 2014, she was elected to UC Santa Barbara Hall of Fame. Graduating from Santa Barbara in 2004, she was one of the highly regarded rookies for the 2004 WNBA draft and was chosen by the Houston Comets and later traded to the Phoenix Mercury. She was the second-round (26th pick overall) in the 2004 WNBA Draft. In total Taylor has signed with four WNBA teams: the Houston Comets, Phoenix Mercury, Seattle Storm (twice) and the Washington Mystics. In addition to her WNBA career, Taylor has enjoyed great success playing overseas in Europe and Asia, especially in the Women's Chinese Basketball Association (WCBA). and the Polish Women's League, where she is known by the sobriquet Lindska and has achieved a level of recognition comparable to that of Lisa Leslie in the WNBA, Taylor finished her first season in the Polish Women's League with the highest number of points scored, and her overall evaluation was the highest in the league. She was also awarded Center of the Year and earned a place on the 1st Team, All-Imports Team and the All-Defensive Team. She also received the All-Chinese WCBA 1st Team award in 2011. After retiring from professional basketball in 2015 Taylor serves as an assistant basketball coach at Hamilton High School. She is currently in her fifth season with Hamilton.