Nearly 40 student-athletes join class of 2012
Huftalin, Madsen, Nortey scored for MU
2011: BIG EAST All-Academic Team.
2010: Ended season as one of three players to see action in every game, starting in 17 ... Totaled 1,435 minutes, the sixth highest among field players ... Finished second on the team with four goals and eight points ... Second behind Calum Mallace among active MU players in career goals scored (8) ... Recorded the opening goal in MU's 3-2 overtime win over Seton Hall (Oct. 30) ... Scored team's lone goal in 4-1 loss at Notre Dame (Oct. 13) ... Netted game-winner vs. Rutgers (Sept. 24) with a diving header off a 30-yard cross from Mallace ... His five shots at Rutgers was a career-high ... Scored first goal for the season in 45th minute of team's 4-2 loss to Milwaukee (Sept. 1) ... Attempted 35 shots, including 19 shots on goal, both second on the team.
2009: Earned Golden Boot Award as MU's leading goal scorer ... Finished with a team high 10 points in 14 games ...Tallied four goals on the season, including a hat trick in MU's 5-0 win over Pittsburgh ...Also had an assist vs. the Panthers ...His seven points vs. Pittsburgh was the most points scored in a single match by any player in the BIG EAST in 2009 ...Named to the College Soccer News Team of the Week and garnered BIG EAST Rookie of the Week honors (Nov. 1) ... Finished sixth in the league in points per game (1.12) and tied for third in goals per game (0.50) ...One of 11 MU players named to the 2009-10 BIG EAST All-Academic Team.
Personal: Christopher Mark Madsen was born April 8, 1990 ...Son of Mark and Nancy Madsen ... Majoring in history education.