Third-year standout for Delaware • key player on the Blue Hens’ defensive unit for the third staight year • has played in 37 career games with 32 starts and contributed one goal and three assists on nine shots heading into the 2014 season.
One of four UD players to start all 18 games for the Blue Hens • The junior led the Blue Hen defensive unit during the 2014 season • Recorded two assists on the season, which took place in Delaware's 4-1 win over Charleston and her other assist was registered in a 2-2 tie against Northeastern • Parker recorded six shots on the season.
Started all 19 games for the Blue Hens on defense and anchored a unit that posted seven shutouts and tied for the Colonial Athletic Association lead by allowing just 1.0 goals per game • scored a goal in a 2-1 loss to James Madison on Oct. 3 and dished out an assist in a 1-1 tie vs. Hofstra on Oct. 11 • team went 9-7-3 and advanced to the CAA Tournament quarterfinals for head coach Scott Grzenda.
Appeared in all 18 games for Delaware, starting 13 times • earned first collegiate start on Sept. 2 at Siena • dished out two assists on the season • registered first collegiate point on Sept. 9 at Delaware State • contributed five shots, three on goal • team went 9-8-1 and advanced to the CAA Tournament quarterfinals for Grzenda.
Two-sport standout in soccer and basketball at Methacton High School • four-year starter at midfield and defense in soccer • four-year starter in basketball as a guard • captain as a senior • led FC Pennsylvania Strikers club team to national championship in 2013 • honor roll student • member of Key Club.
Madeline H. "Maddy" Parker • daughter of Lewis and Sandy Parker • born Feb. 24, 1994 • health behavior science major at Delaware with a minor in personal training • youngest of four children • sister, Carley, ran rack at NCAA Division II Millersville (Pa.) University • Philadelphia Phillies (MLB) and 76ers (NBA) fan • enjoys reading and working out in her free time • owns two dogs.
Points: 2 vs. James Madison (10/3/13)
Goals: 1 vs. James Madison (10/3/13)
Assists: 1 vs. 4 teams
Shots: 1 vs. 15 teams