Maddy McDevitt
Maddy  McDevitt

RS Junior

Edmonds, Wash.

High School:
Kings HS





2-0 Win Clinches MW Tournament Bid

Janelle Flores recorded her fifth shutout of conference play


Heidemann, Clayton Each Score Twice in Win

Four goals are the most Boise State has scored under second-year head coach Jim Thomas


Soccer Kicks Off at PSU Tournament

Boise State begins the 2014 season away from home with games against Drake and tournament-host Portland State


2014 Position Previews: Goalkeepers

Three young Broncos will vie to replace Maddy McDevitt

Redshirt Junior (2013): Started all 23 matches between the pipes...allowed 19 goals in 23 games for a Boise State record 0.78 GAA...recorded eight shutouts and one combined for another Bronco record...made 69 saves for a 78.4 save percentage...finished the season with a record of 12-7-2...finished her career with 21 career wins...named to the MW All-Tournament Team...earned MW All-Conference second team honors.

Redshirt Sophomore (2012): Made 19 starts in 19 appearances at goalkeeper for the Broncos...allowed 24 goals for a 1.25 goals against average...recorded five shutouts...made 67 saves for a 73.6 save percentage...finished with a record of 8-8-1.

Redshirt Freshman (2011): Appeared and started in three games...saw first action and made first start as a Bronco against Seattle, Oct. 2...allowed six goals in 270 minutes of action for a 2.0 goals against average...made 16 saves for a .727 save percentage.

Freshman (2010): Redshirted.

High School: A 2010 graduate of Kings High School in Seattle, Wash...four-year starter for the Knights' varsity squad where she played goalkeeper...as a senior allowed five goals for a goals against average of 0.33...recorded 11 shutouts in 15 matches...NCSAA All-American as a junior...earned first-team all-state and all-league, as well as, two all-league honorable mention honors...team captain as a senior...helped team win the Tri-District championship senior season...team advanced to state seven years winning three reaching semis three other times...prep coach was Nicole Gabelein. Club - Played club ball for Eastside FC in Preston, Wash., U11-U18...played goalkeeper...team advanced to four-straight Washington State Cup championship games while she was in high school winning it twice...won the Far West Regional sophomore year...club coach was Tom Bialek...five-year member of the Washington Olympic Development Team (ODP)...majoring in elementary education.

Career Stats

GP/GS GA GAA Saves Record Shutouts
2013 23/23 19 0.78 69 13-7-3 8/1
2012 19/19 24 1.25 67 8-8-1 5
2011 3/3 6 2.00 16 1-2-0 1
Career 45/45 49 1.34 152 22-17-4 14/1

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