2011: Had a record of 12-6-1 ... started all 19 matches ... made 64 saves ... tallied seven clean sheets ... made two saves to preserve shutout in final match of season at Loyola Marymount (11/5) ... tallied three saves in start, shutout at Eastern Washington (10/30) ... saved three shots and allowed one goal in start versus Montana (10/28) ... stopped six shots and allowed one goal in start at Texas (10/23) ... made two saves and allowed one shot in start at CSU Bakersfield (10/14) ... saved one shot in start, shutout versus Hawaii (10/9) ... made two saves and allowed two scores versus Boise State (10/2) ... allowed two goals in start versus Gonzaga (9/30) ... kept a clean sheet in start in goal versus San Francisco (9/23) ... tallied four saves and allowed one goal in start against San Diego State (9/18) ... saved two shots and let one go through in start, win at UNLV (9/16) ... named to Viking Soccer Classic all-tournament team ... made three saves and allowed one goal in start at Portland State (9/11) ... started in goal against Cal Poly (9/9), making five saves and letting in two ... named CollegeSoccer360.com Primetime Player of the Week for the week of Aug. 29 through Sept. 4 ... named Defensive MVP of Husky NIKE Invitational ... saved 11 shots and let in three during start at Washington (9/4) ... made six saves and preserved a shutout in upset over then-No. 8 Portland (9/2) ... made five saves, while allowing one goal at Washington State (8/28) ... made four saves during start and shutout win in at Idaho (8/26) ... started at UC Davis, making five saves and tallying a clean sheet (8/21) ... earned first win of the year at Sacramento State, 2-1, and allowed one goal in 95 minutes (8/19).
2010: Took one shot off the bench in final victory against CSU Bakersfield (11/6) ... saw action in the second half in final shutout against CSU Bakersfield (11/6) ... had seven saves at Cal State Northridge (10/31) ... grabbed two saves in 106 minutes between the pipes in her fifth shutout performance at CSU Bakersfield (10/29) ... tied a season-high nine saves between the posts at Colorado (10/23) ... snagged five saves in 90 minutes of play at UC Santa Barbara (10/21) ... grabbed three saves at Baylor (10/15) ... started at goalkeeper and tallied fourth shutout of the season versus Portland State (10/3) ... started and played all 90 minutes between the posts in 2-1 victory versus Utah Valley (9/29) tallied three saves versus Sacramento State (9/26) … made tenth consecutive start at goal versus University of Idaho (9/24) … in ninth consecutive start, assisted Emma Levy on her first goal of the game with a long ball pass … also had a save versus Cleveland State (9/19) … had a save in start at Boise State (9/12) ... started and played full 90 at Idaho State (9/9) ... helped guide SU to second shutout of the season in 2-0 victory over Gonzaga ... tallied a save (9/5) ... posted nine saves in double overtime 2-1 victory at Eastern Washington (9/3) ... earned second consecutive victory at UC Irvine ... had four saves in 2-1 victory (8/29) ... tallied five saves in first shutout of the season at UC Riverside (8/27) ... started and played 90 minutes ... made five saves versus Oregon State (8/22) ... started and played entire game ... had six saves versus Washington (8/20).
2009: Had two saves versus Washington State in 15th straight start between the pipes (Oct. 11) ... tallied one save at SDSU (Oct. 4) ... had three saves versus UNLV at Aztec Classic (Oct. 2) ... had one save in 1-0 loss to USF (Sept. 27) ... played 110 minutes between the pipes in 1-1 draw at Portland State ... had 10 saves in the game (Sept. 22) ... tallied 50th save of the season and earned fourth victory of the season versus Utah State (Sept. 20) ... had nine saves against Gonzaga (Sept. 17) ... posted four saves at Oregon (Sept. 13) ... tied a season-high of nine saves versus Oregon State (Sept. 13) ... had a season-high nine saves at Cal Poly (Sept. 4) ... posted fourth shutout of the season between the posts versus Eastern Washington (Aug. 31) ... tallied third shutout of the season in 2-0 victory over Utah Valley ... had three saves (Aug. 28) ... had seven saves against Washington in 2-1 loss (Aug. 26) ... posted back-to-back shutouts in season opening weekend ... had three saves, including preventing a penalty kick from being converted in 1-0 victory over Idaho (Aug. 23) ... tallied two saves versus Boise State in fi rst shutout of the season (Aug. 21).
2008: Started and played every minute in goal for Seattle as a freshman ... allowed only 21 goals in rookie campaign ... tallied 58 saves and recorded six shutouts ... had a .73 percent save rating and went 12-5-3 in first season ... posted shutouts at San Jose State on Aug. 31, at Idaho on Sept. 5, back-to-back shutouts on the road on Sept. 28, at CS Bakersfield and Oct. 5, versus Eastern Washington, at Utah Valley on Oct. 27 and her sixth shutout on Nov. 5, at Central Washington.
High School: A 2008 graduate of Snohomish High School ... in 2005, was named to the All-Wesco Second Team ... as a junior earned first team All-Wesco accolades ... as a senior in 2007 was named to the All-Wesco and All-District First Team, All-State Honorable Mention and was team's MVP, after posting 11 shutouts and .87 goals against average ... led Snohomish to the state playoffs three straight years, advancing to the quarterfinals in 2005 and 2007, and to the semifinals in 2006 ... also was a member of the golf team ... played for the Snohomish United and Emerald City club soccer teams ... team was 2004 state champions and traveled to regionals that year ... team captain 2005-07 ... Snohomish United team MVP ... was a member of the Washington ODP U16 team and a member of the Y-League ODP National Team in 2004.
Personal: Full name is Madison Goverde, born on November 2, 1989 in Everitt, Wash. ... is the youngest daughter of Vicki and Rob Goverde ... has one older sister Katy ... majoring in strategic communications and minoring in business administration ... enjoys traveling, skiing, playing golf, and working in the community and with children ... at Snohomish, was ASB secretary and part of the ASB club.