16 Madison VanDine
16 Madison VanDine
Height: 5-6
Year: Junior
Hometown: Brea, Calif.
Previous College: Cypress College
Position: Midfielder

2011 (JUNIOR): Tallied first Rhode Island goal, unassisted, on Sept. 18 in Rhody's 3-2 double overtime win vs. Harvard. Also had two shots and two shots-on-goal in 86 minutes of play... Earned an assist on Sept. 23 in URI's 5-0 win against Iona. Also had two shots and one shot-on-goal... Tallied two shots against St. Bonaventure on Oct. 21... On Oct. 26 recorded three shots and two shots-on-goal in URI's 1-1 double overtime tie against No. 25 La Salle - a team that held a 14-game win streak... Tallied two shots and one on-goal at Richmond on Oct. 28... Notched two shots and one on-goal in Rhode Island's final game of the season, a 2-0 victory at George Washington.

2010 (SOPHOMORE at Cypress College):

2009 (FRESHMAN at UTEP): Reserve midfielder who appeared in 15 games, earning 148 minutes of total playing time... Registered an assist in the triumph against Sam Houston State (Sept. 11)... Earned a season-high 24 minutes of action in a victory vs. Stephen F. Austin (Sept .28).

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year varsity starter at Brea Olinda High School for head coach Mike Knaus... First-Team All-Century League member, Third-Team All-CIF honoree and MVP as center back during junior season... Lone freshman on league championship team... Garnered placement on Honorable-Mention All-Conference Team... Also chosen as Rookie of the Year... Served as captain during senior season, and was the second-leading goal scorer in Orange County (15)... Boasted eight years of club soccer experience, competing with the OC Premier Strikers under the direction of Randi Martinez... Held captain role past four years... Team competes at the highest level of the state and finished third in the 12-squad U-19 division in 2008... Team advanced to the round of 16 of National Cup qualifying in 2007 and the quarterfinals in 2005, 2006 and 2008.

PERSONAL: Born July 18, 1991... Daughter of Karen and Bob VanDine... Has a brother, Bobby, who studied at Arizona State and a sister, Kendall, who played soccer at Fresno State.