Taz Stevenson vs. Derick Minch at B2 Fighting Series 139: Iowa on November 13
Taz Stevenson (Mililani, O`ahu) is the head coach and owner of Elite Performance Training Center in Hawaii: Gifted N Fitted
Taz Stevenson is training at West Oahu MMA
Taz Stevenson is born in Topeka, Kansas…enrolled in the Pacific Island studies graduate program….mother is Alyson Stevenson of Waipahu, O‘ahu.
2014 (Senior): Selected honorable mention all-MW…named third-team all-MW by College Sports Madness…appeared and started 12 games at safety…led the team with 88 total tackles (69 solo, 19 assisted), including 0.5 for loss, one forced fumble, and one quarterback hurry…tied for 11th in the MW in tackles per game (7.3 avg.)…three double-digit tackle games and recorded eight or tackles in a game six times…season-high 13 tackles against Nevada (Oct. 25)…posted 10 tackles and one QB hurry in UH debut against his former team Washington (Aug. 30)…tallied 11 tackles at Colorado (Sept. 20)…forced a fumble and had six tackles at Rice (Oct. 4)…missed the San Jose State (Nov. 15) game due to injury…second-team midseason All-MW by Phil Steele.
Prior To UH: Attended the University of Washington in Seattle for four years…appeared in 34 career games as a key special team’s performer and backup safety… played in three bowl games for the Huskies…tallied 24 career tackles and one forced fumble…appeared in all 13 games during his freshmen (2010) and junior campaigns (2012)…registered two tackles versus Hawai‘i during 2011 contest in Seattle…played in eight of 13 games that season, missing a stretch of five straight due to injury…did not see any game action in 2013 due to season-long injury.Prep: A 2010 graduate of Mililani High School on O‘ahu…played running back, wide receiver and safety while also returning kicks…earned first-team all-state honors as an all-purpose player from the both the Honolulu Star-Bulletin and The Honolulu Advertiser…helped Trojans to a 7-3 record as a senior…participated in the Hawai’i/Polynesia-Mainland Bowl at Aloha Stadium after his senior season… listed in the Tacoma News-Tribune’s Western 100…listed as the No. 47 safety recruit in the nation and the No. 10 prospect in the state of Hawai’i by scout.com…rated the No. 49 safety in the country and the No. 8 recruit in Hawai’i by rivals.com…a PrepStar all-region selection…also lettered in track and basketball.