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Madeline Allen

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Highland Mills, N.Y.

High School:
Monroe-Woodbury

Last College:
Psychology

Height:
5-11

Position:
INF/C

B/T:
R/R

Madeline Allen

06/26/2013

Softball Places Nine on Academic Honor Roll

May graduate Jordan Parsons leads the way with 3.90 semester GPA

04/28/2013

Allen and Parsons Honored on Senior Day

Outfielder moves into top 10 for career hits

04/18/2013

Softball Drops a Pair on Staten Island

Patriot League play continues on Saturday

04/03/2013

Delaware State Takes Two From Leopards

Lafayette resumes Patriot League play on Saturday

04/02/2013

Big Innings Lead to 10-8 Win at Temple

Robinson and Berger combine to drive in five

05/11/2012

Lafayette 2, Colgate 1

Patriot League Tournament

05/11/2012

No. 4 Lafayette vs. No 2. Army

Patriot League Tournament

05/10/2012

Lafayette at Lehigh -- Patriot League Softball Tournament

Photos by Rick Smith

04/29/2012

Lafayette vs. Bucknell Senior Day Photo Gallery

Photos by Teddy Weiss

04/28/2012

Lafayette vs. Bucknell Photo Gallery

Photos by Rick Smith

General: Named captain for 2013 season

2012: One of four players to started in all 54 games ...primarily started at first base, but made three appearances at third...hit for a.125 clip with 16 hits and seven runs scored...had a hit in 14 games...went 2-for-2 with a walk an RBI against Columbia (3/17) in the Rebel Spring Games in Kissimmee, Fla.

2011: Started nine of the 14 games in which she played at third base and first base...hit for a .069 average with two RBI.

2010: Started 30 games primarily at catcher (12) and first base (10)...had a .153 batting average with four RBI...registered first hit, run and RBI of career against Niagara (3/6)...drove in a run and the second and later scored an insurance run in 3-1 win over Marist (3/19)...posted season-high 14 putouts at Princeton (3/28)...had two hits and an RBI against Army (4/4) with two hits and an RBI...lone extra-base hit of season, a double, came against Bucknell (4/10).

High School: Four-year varsity starter at catcher for Monroe-Woodbury...boasted a .410 batting average her senior year...voted as 2008 team Most Valuable Player...named Second-Team All-Area... led her NY Clash travel team with a .358 average in 2007...2007 North Jersey Rocks travel team captured the ASA New Jersey State championship...also lettered in basketball and volleyball at Monroe-Woodbury...honored as New York State Scholar Athlete for all four years of high school...member of the National Honor Society...served as a freshman mentor.

Favorite Quote(s): "God Doesn't Give Us More Than We Can Handle." "Dream as if you'll live forever. Live as if you'll die today." "Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending."

Why I Chose Lafayette: I chose to come to Lafayette because I sensed it would provide me with all the necessary opportunities that would better me as both a player and person to be successful in the future. The intimate feel of the campus, paired with its great educational system and Division I athletics, made my decision to come to Lafayette a no-brainer.

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