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Madison Keller

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Clarksburg, Md.

High School:
St. John's Prospect Hall

Height:
5-10

Position:
Midfielder


As a Senior: Played with the W-League Washington Freedom during the summer, scoring her lone goal of the season in the Eastern Conference semifinal win over Charlotte.

As a Junior: Played and started all 19 contests, anchoring the Pirate midfield ... Has started all 60 games of her college career ...Led the team in shots (25) while tying for third in goals (2) ... Scored twice, including the game-winning goal, against Furman (9/09) in a 3-0 home victory ... Converted her lone penalty kick try against the Paladins ... Registered an assist against Campbell (9/21), a 1-0 win that kept ECU undefeated at home

As a Sophomore: Named to the Conference USA All-Academic honorable mention team ... Started in all 20 contests ... Tallied two goals against Colorado College (10/29), including the game winner ... Also registered a goal and two assists against Marshall (10/6)

As a Freshman: One of four players to start all 21 Games ... Named to James Madison University All-Tournament Team ... Scored first collegiate goal (game winner) against Saint Joseph's (Sept. 25) ... Second collegiate goal came against UCF (Oct. 14) in a 3-1 loss ... Lone collegiate assist was against Tulsa (Oct. 21) on the game's first goal ... Recorded five points on the season which was tied for fifth-best on the team.

St. John's Prospect Hall High School: Four-year starter at St. John's and captain during senior campaign ... Finished career as the all-time leading scorer ... Named first-team IAAM Outdoor All-Conference and Frederick News- Post in 2003 and 2004 ... Led St. John's to three outdoor and one indoor Conference Championship ... Three-time IAAM Indoor All-Conference (2002-04) ... Two-year letterwinner in basketball and member of 2001 Division A Conference Championship team ... Played one year of lacrosse as a freshman ... Member of five (2000-2004) Maryland State Championship teams with the Eclipse ... In 2002 was part of the Region I Championship and USYSA National Finalists Teams ... Helped the Eclipse win six major tournament championships ... Played three years with the Washington Freedom.

Personal: Intended major is undecided ... Named to 2005-06 C-USA Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll ... Earned Conference USA Commissioner's Academic Medal in 2005-06 ... Named to the ECU's Director of Athletics Chancellor's List in the Fall of 2005 and Spring of 2006 ... National High Honor Society Member (High School) ... Received Headmasters Honors (2001-05) ... Earned Honorable Mention Maryland Distinguished Scholar Award ... Daughter of Gill and Catherine Keller ... Has one brother (Robert) and three sisters (Gillian, Hyatt, Cate).