Women's Soccer

Maggie Edlebeck

Waupaca, Wis.

High School:


Maggie  Edlebeck


Women's Soccer Earns BIG EAST Team Academic Excellence Award

MU honored for academic success


Team Gold claims Indoor Championship

Madigan scores nine goals & eight assists


No. 10/13 Marquette Earns 10th NCAA Championship Berth

MU to host Toledo in the first round Saturday


Marquette Express Delivers Christmas Cheer To Milwaukee Children

The enjoyment of the holiday season lies in both the giving and receiving of gifts. Marquette's student-athletes put giving at the forefront, as their efforts brought Christmas cheer to those less fortunate.


Relive the best moments of 2011


Women's soccer host a Selection Show party at the MU Sports Annex

2014: Made season debut against Minnesota (8/29) ... Notched a shot against Creighton (9/25) ... Logged 25 minutes against Villanova (9/28) ... Logged 23 minutes against DePaul (10/19) ...

Career Highlights

  • 2012-13 BIG EAST All-Academic Team

2012: Saw action in seven games... did ont record a shot.

2011: Played in four games helping MU to wins over Saint Louis, North Dakota, Pittsburgh and Syracuse.

Prior to Marquette:Edlebeck earned two varsity letters at Waupaca High School during her freshman and sophomore seasons before she elected to play for FC Milwaukee year-round. As a sophomore, Edlebeck received her team's most valuable player award and first team all-conference honors. She was the captain and leading scorer of her team during its run to the regional qualifier in 2008. While playing for FC Milwaukee, she was a part of back-to-back State Cup titles in 2010 and 2011. FC Milwaukee won the 2011 U.S. Youth Soccer U18 National Championship as well as the U18 Region II Championship. Edlebeck participated on Wisconsin's Olympic Development Program team for five years.

Personal: Daughter of John and Kay Edlebeck and is the youngest of four kids. Edlebeck was salutatorian of her high school class, and intends to major in social welfare and justice.

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