Taylor Paige Lilley (born February 29, 1988) is an American professional basketball player in the WNBA.
After attending Hart High School (in Newhall, CA), she became a 4-year letterman for the University of Oregon Ducks. She garnered Pac-10 All-Freshman accolades for the 2006-07 season, and went on to Pac-10 All-Conference honors the following 3 years. Under new coach Paul Westhead, she had a break-out senior season (2009–2010) in which she led the team in scoring (a career best 17.5 points/game), finishing her career with 1,338 points (10th all-time in Oregon Duck history). She holds the Oregon single season record for three point shoot percentage (50.6%), and her 254 career three-pointers is the best in Oregon history and 4th best in Pac-10 history.
A free agent signing of the Phoenix Mercury, she made the team roster for 2010 season over the two draft picks of the year. She appeared in 21 games as a rookie. Per the Santa Clarita Signal, Lilley was recruited and signed by Mercury General Manager, Ann Meyers Drysdale. However, she would be cut during the pre-season of the 2011 season.