Maddie Adams
21  Maddie Adams
Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Sandy, Utah

High School:
Brighton HS

Height:
5-3

Position:
M

Experience:
3V


10/18/2013

UVU comes up empty at Seattle U, falls 3-0

The Wolverines are back in action Sunday when they visit Idaho at 2 p.m. MT.

10/13/2013

Utah Valley, NM State settle for 2-2 draw Sunday

Kali Stubbs (31', 34') supplied both goals for the Wolverines.

10/06/2013

UVU clipped by Seattle U, 2-0

WAC play continues for the Wolverines next weekend against Kansas City and New Mexico State.

09/09/2013

Wolverines fall at Montana, 3-1

Utah Valley returns home for its final non-conference match Sunday vs. UC Davis.

10/02/2012

Felis' OT Goal Sends UVU to 1-0 Win

UVU returns home to open conference play on Friday.

At Utah Valley ...

JUNIOR (2013): Played in 17 games for the Wolverines, starting 8...earned a career high in minutes played with 90 in two games against Seattle and a career high in total minuetes played with 992 minutes...scored two points for the Wolverines, both assists at Montana and against New Mexico.

SOPHOMORE (2012): Played in 15 games for the Wolverines, logging 317 minutes ... fired seven shots in 2012, four on goal ... played a season-high 47 minutes in a 2-1 double overtime loss at Hawai'i.

FRESHMAN (2011): Appeared in 13 games, logging 286 minutes at the midfield spot ... finished with five shots on goal.

Before Utah Valley ...
Attended Brighton High School in Salt Lake City, Utah where she helped team to 2010 Utah State Championship ... team was also 2010 region champions ... named All-Region in 2010 as a senior and also in 2009 during junior season ... played for Sparta 93 Premier Team winning 2009 Las Vegas Cup.

Personal ...
Born in Chicago, Illinois ... daughter of Sydne and Glen Adams ... graduated from Brighton High School in 2011 ... was on the honor roll ... named AP Photography Student of the Month at Brighton ... volunteers at the Road Home and the Christmas Box House ... her dad is a retired professional mountain bike racer and during his career took third in the World Cup downhill.