2013 (Senior): Recorded one kill, two assists and seven digs against Syracuse (8/31) ... Saw action on the court against No. 19 Louisville (8/31) ... Recorded 10 digs and a service ace against No. 6 Texas (9/7) ... Played against No. 8 Florida (9/8) ... Posted one dig against Marquette (9/13) ... Saw action against Central Arkansas (9/14) ... Tallied one kill and one dig at FGCU (9/14) ... Notched two kills, one assist and four digs against Albany (9/20) ... Tallied two kills and one dig against Eastern Kentucky (9/21) ... Saw action on the court against No. 10 Michigan (9/28) and Indiana (10/3) ... Recorded one kill and one assist at No. 24 Purdue (10/5) ... Saw action on the court against No. 14 Purdue (11/8) and against Indiana (11/9) ... Registered one dig in both matches at No. 14 Wisconsin (11/15) and No. 11 Minnesota (11/16).
2012 (Junior):Academic All-Big Ten ... played in 30 matches and 62 sets at outside hitter ... for the season she totaled 51 kills, 14 aces, 71 digs and eight blocks ... posted five kills and eight digs vs. Stanford (8/31) ... pounded four kills and had seven digs vs. DePaul (9/8) ... had five kills vs. Ne¬braska (9/19) ... posted five kills at Northwestern (10/5) ... post four kills and nine digs vs. Indiana (10/13) ... had two aces at Ohio State (10/17) ... had an ace and five digs vs. Illinois (11/8).
2011 (Sophomore): Academic All-Big Ten ... played in 33 matches, starting 24, and 98 sets ... finished the season fourth on the team with 141 kills and fifth on the squad in digs with 156 ... posted eight kills vs. Miami (Ohio) (8/26) ... pounded 12 kills and tallied nine digs vs. Stanford (9/9) ... recorded seven kills on .545 hitting with three blocks vs. FGCU (9/17) ... registered 10 digs vs. Minnesota (10/1) ... had 11 digs vs. Northwestern (10/5) ... put down eight kills at Purdue (10/14) ... had 1 kills, 14 digs and four blocks vs. Iowa (10/28) ... posted six kills and seven digs vs. Indiana (11/18) ... was second on the team with 11 kills vs. Purdue (11/19) ... had a season-high 13 kills at Michigan State (11/26) ... had eight kills and tied for the team lead in digs with 10 vs. Liberty (12/2).
2010 (Freshman): Played in 20 matches and 29 sets ... totaled 22 kills, 15 digs and six blocks for the season ... saw her first action at North Carolina (8/27), where she tallied two blocks ... registered her first two kills against Villanova (8/28) ... had six kills in 11 errorless attempts with seven digs against Princeton (9/18) ... had six kills in 10 swings at Indiana (10/9).
Four-year varsity letterwinner and team captain at H.B. Plant High School in Tampa, Fla. ... guided her team to four straight state championships ... four-time Hillsborough all-county and Florida all-state honoree ... PrepVolleyball Sophomore of the Year finalist ... 2009 Hillsborough Player of the Year ... 2009 All-Sun Coast Player of the Year ... two-time PrepVolleyball All-American ... member of the Junior Olympic 15 National Championship team and was tournament MVP ... two-year member of the USA A1 Select Team ... was named to the USA A2 Youth National Team her junior year ... was an AAU, ESPN RISE and AVCA/Under Armour All-American ... named Under Armour Most Undeniable Player ... selected Florida Gatorade Player of the Year.
Born Madison Elizabeth Martin on Feb. 21, 1992 in Tampa, Fla. ... Parents are Mike and Gayle Martin ... has two brothers, Cameron (25) and Luke (23) ... Dad, Mike, played football at the University of Kentucky (1973-77) and was a 1978 draft selection by the Chicago Bears ... In 1987, mother Gayle, became the first woman to do play by play for a NFL football game... Brother, Cameron, played football at Michigan State, and brother, Luke, played football at Elon ... Names going to the beach with friends and shopping as hobbies, "The Last Song" as favorite book, Dave Matthews Band as favorite entertainer, "Dexter," "Homeland" and "The Bachelor or Bachelorette" as favorite TV show, the Tampa Bay Lightning as favorite professional sports team, "The Notebook" as favorite movie, Michael Phelps as favorite athlete, Matthew McConaughey as favorite actor, Rachel McAdams as favorite actress and sushi as favorite food.
"We have the talent, experience and maturity, as well as a lot of depth to lead us through a successful season. I am hopeful that my fellow seniors and I will finish our career the way we started, with a national championship."