Golden Eagles outshot both Iowa and Western Illinois
The Golden Eagles allowed no goals in two contests
No. 4 seed Golden Eagles face host No. 1 seed BYU at 6 p.m. CT
Taylor Madigan scores go-ahead goal
Golden Eagles celebrate BIG EAST American Division Championship
Highlights and post-match comments from coach Markus Roeders, Taylor Madigan and Mady Vicker following Marquette's 3-1 victory over Colorado College on Sept. 8, 2013 at Valley Fields.
2014: Dished out an assist against Milwaukee (9/11) ... Recorded two shots, one of which was on goal, in MU's 2-1 win over LSU (9/19) ... Scored first goal of the season against Creighton (9/25) ... Logged 73 minutes against DePaul, notching two shots including one shot on goal (10/19) ...
2012: Made season debut at Duke... Tallied one assist on Taylor Madigan's goal (9/9)...Had four points at Pittsburgh (9/13) with one goal and two assists...Came off the bench and scored a goal against Providence (10/5)... Found Lisa Philbin's cross and scored her third goal of the season against St. John's (10/12)... Credited with an assist on Ashley Stemmeler's goal in a win over USF (10/20) Scored her fourth goal of the season in a 3-1 win in the Round of 32 match against Princeton in the NCAA Tournament (11/15)...
2011: All BIG EAST Freshman Team selection ... Played in 19 games ... Registered five points on one goal and three assists ... Scored her first goal - the game winner - in a 2-1 overtime win against DePaul (9/22) ... Delivered the game-winning assist in a 3-2 overtime win over Notre Dame (9/25) and in a 2-1 win at St. John's (10/14) ..Recorded on assist in MU's 9-0 win over North Dakota (9/4).
Prior to Marquette: Vicker has competed with FC Milwaukee since 2004 and served as co-captain from 2008-11. With FC Milwaukee, Vicker helped the squad to four Wisconsin State Cup Championships, (2006, 2008, 2010 and 2011), a U.S. Youth Soccer Region II title (2011) and a U.S. Youth Soccer National Championship in 2011. Vicker scored two goals for FC Milwaukee in the 2011 national tournament, including the fourth goal in a 4-2 overtime win over Colorado Rush in the championship game. She was also a member of the Wisconsin ODP program (2005-09) and Regional II ODP team (2007-09). With the Region II ODP team, Vicker competed internationally in Spain, Portugal, Belguim, Holland and Germany.
Personal: Vicker is the daughter of Todd and Dana. Her sister Sam is a junior on the women's soccer team, while her twin sister McKenzie is a sophomore on MU's cross country/track & field teams. Vicker intends to pursue a degree in health sciences and go on to physician's assistant school.