Women's Soccer

Melissa  Madrid
Melissa Madrid

Class: SR

Hometown: Petaluma, Calf.

Height: 5-7

MELISSA AT A GLANCE: A consistent attacking threat ... Very skillful and creative ... Has a strong attacking mentality ... Can play up top as well as dropping back into the midfield.

JUNIOR (2011): Started all 16 games for the Bucs on the season…Selected to the Daktronics First-Team All-South Region and First-Team All-SSC…Member of the NSCAA All-Region Second-Team…Finished in league leaders for goals in the SSC with 11, tied for first in the conference, and 26 points, good for second in the SSC…Assisted on game-winning goals against Georgia College and Valdosta State…Recorded two multi-goal games, Georgia College on Sept. 16 and against Florida Tech on Oct. 5…Knocked in the game-winning goal against Nova Southeastern on Sept. 28…four goals on the year came as unassisted goals…Earned Dean’s list honors for the fall semester and the President’s List for the spring semester.

SOPHOMORE (2010): Finished once again among the top offensive players in the Conference increasing her goals total by two scoring 14 goals, good for third in the conference, and seven assists...Was named to the Second-Team All-SSC, Daktronics Second-Team All-South Region...Her 35 points were good for fourth in the SSC...Had five multi-goal games including two goals in a 3-0 victory over Georgia College on Sept. 19.

FRESHMAN (2009): Led the team in scoring with 12 goals and 25 points ... Earned Sunshine State Conference Freshman of the Year, Second-Team All-SSC and Second-Team All-South Region ... Notched a hat-trick in her second collegiate game, a 4-0 win over Florida Memorial on Sept. 2 ... Became the first freshman since 2002 to post more than one hat-trick in her rookie season with three goals in a 7-1 win over Eckerd on Oct. 10 ... Knocked in the game-winner in a 1-0 overtime victory over Tampa on Oct. 17 ... Had three other game-winners to tie for the conference lead ... Named to the SSC Fall Commissioner's Honor Roll after making the Barry Athletic Director's List (3.2-3.499 GPA) ... Earned a spot on the Dean's List (3.5-3.999 GPA) in the Spring.

HIGH SCHOOL & CLUB: Earned three varsity letters for coach Vinnie Cortezzo ... Tallied 19 goals, 14 assists, and six game-winners in her career ... Scored the game winning goal in the NCS Championship ... Earned All-Empire Athlete of the Year honors ... Helped team to two North Coast sectional championships.

PERSONAL:  Daughter of Reny and Connie Madrid ... Has two older sisters, Maggie, and Mana ... Majoring in athletic training.

Season

GP

Goals

Assists

Points

Shots

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

2009

15

12

1

25

60

.200

38

.633

4

0-0

2010

17

14

7

35

90

.156

44

.489

1

0-0

2011

16

11

4

26

65

.169

33

.508

1

1-2

TOTAL

48

37

12

86

215

.172

115

.535

6

1-2

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Points: 6, Florida Memorial -- 09/02/09 ; vs Georgia Southwestern -- 09/17/10 ; Eckerd -- 10/10/09
Goals: 3, Florida Memorial -- 09/02/09 ; vs Georgia Southwestern -- 09/17/10 ; Eckerd -- 10/10/09
Assists: 2, vs North Alabama -- 09/03/10
Shots: 11, vs Georgia College -- 09/16/11 ; Lynn -- 09/22/10 ; at Eckerd -- 10/28/10

ALL-TIME RANKINGS:
Shots per game: 3rd (4.48)
Goals per game: 5th (0.77)
Goals: t-6th (37)
Points per game: 7th (1.79)
Shots attempted: 9th (215)
Points: 10th (86)
Game-winning goals: t-14th (6)
Minutes played: 15th (3945)

SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS:
Penalty kick attempts: t-5th (2 in 2011)
Shots attempted: 6th (90 in 2010)
Penalty kicks made: t-7th (1 in 2011)
Game-winning goals: t-14th (4 in 2009)
Goals: t-16th (14 in 2010)
Points: t-18th (35 in 2010)

Oh oh ....

We are sorry but it appears that JavaScript is disabled on your browser.
Our site is very interactive and it requires JavaScript to be enabled.
Click on the link below for instructions on how to enable JavaScript on your browser.

Enable JavaScript on your browser