Duke Women's Soccer BIO
19 Madeline McEwen
Sophomore (2008): Saw action in 12 matches ... took one shot against Radford ... logged 164 minutes, playing a season-high 41 minutes against Coastal Carolina.
Freshman (2007): Came off the bench in 16 games ... recorded one goal versus 29th-ranked Ohio State ... posted an assist in the ACC contest at home against Maryland ... logged 267 minutes ... played a season-high 54 minutes against 13th-ranked Georgia in the NCAA College Cup ... took three shots.
Prep: 4A first team All-Conference each of her four years ... selected to play in the N.C. East/West All-Star game ... registered 10 goals and six assists, while playing defense and midfield as a senior ... nominated for the 2007 Durham “Scholar Athlete” of the year ... co-captain of her high school team as both a junior and senior ... 2006 and 2007 Super Y League Regional ODP ... 2006 North Carolina State ODP ... led her team in assists with 13 and also scored 11 goals as a junior ... Riverside posted a 13-5-1 overall and 11-3 conference mark her junior campaign ... 4A PAC 6 Conference Champions in 2004 and 2005, while a finalist in 2006 ... as a member of the 88 CASL Spartan Elite was a NC State finalist in 2006-2007 and the Super Y League South-Atlantic League Champions in 2006 ... co-captain of her club team from 2003-2005 ... led her team to the 4A PAC 6 conference championships in 2004 and 2005 ... 2004 Super Y Nationals as member of the 87 Triangle Futbol Club Super Y team ... also an accomplished equestrian.
Personal: Madeline Banks McEwen was born on November 28, 1988, in Durham, N.C. ... daughter of Duncan and Sara McEwen ... has two sisters, Julia (16) and Charlotte (14) ... has one brother, Jack (20) ... member of National Honor Society ... her father, Duncan, graduated from Duke in 1977.