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Maddie Burdick | Graduate Assistant

Maddie Burdick joined the women’s soccer coaching staff as the graduate assistant prior to the 2018 season.
Burdick, a graduate of Northern Colorado, was a four-year letter winner for the Bears soccer team where she earned Big Sky all-conference accolades as a goalkeeper. She owns several school records including career wins (28), career shutouts (19) and most shutouts in a season (10).

She was named MVP of the Big Sky Conference Tournament in 2015, helping Northern Colorado advance to the NCAA Tournament. She stopped all three penalty kicks she faced in the shootout.

In addition to playing, Burdick has volunteered at Junipero Serra High School in her hometown of San Diego, California, as the goalkeepers coach. She is also involved in Soccer Without Borders, a program that uses soccer as a vehicle for positive change, providing under-served youth with a toolkit to overcome obstacles to growth, inclusion and personal success.

Academically, she earned Big Sky and All-West Region academic accolades and was part of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

Burdick earned her bachelor of science in audiology and speech language sciences in May of 2018, with a minor in special education. She will pursue a master of arts in sport management and kinesiology from USD.