Maddie Huster
Maddie  Huster


Cincinnati, Ohio

High School:
St. Ursula Academy




Club Team:
Ohio Elite


Huster Signs with Washington Spirit as National Team Replacement

Huster was a third-round selection by the organization


Six Deacs Named to All-ACC Academic Team

Hannah Betfort, Bayley Feist, Ally Haran, Maddie Huster, Vicky Krug and Lindsay Preston were all honored by the conference


Haran, Huster Selected in NWSL Draft

Ally Haran was picked by Seattle Reign FC, Maddie Huster joins the Washington Spirit


Three Deacs Earn Postseason Honors

Vicky Krug, Estelle Laurier and Maddie Huster were honored by Top Drawer Soccer


Teegarden, Huster Named to ACC All-Academic Team

The Wake Forest captains were recognized for their success on the pitch and in the classroom.


Wake Forest 1, Dartmouth 0

The Demon Deacons pushed their shutout streak to four straight games, knocking off the Big Green, 1-0, on Friday night.


Wake Forest vs. William & Mary

The Demon Deacons played the Tribe of William & Mary to a 1-1 draw on Friday evening, Sept. 4.


Wake Forest vs. Georgia - Aug. 23, 2015

The Demon Deacons opened the 2015 season by taking down Georgia, 4-0, at Spry Stadium on Aug. 23.


WF vs. Syracuse 10-26-14

Wake Forest women's soccer hosted Syracuse on Senior Day on Oct. 26, 2014

2017 All-ACC Second Team
2017 United Soccer Coaches All-East Region Team
2015 CoSIDA Academic All-District Second Team
2015 ACC All-Academic Team
2016 CoSIDA Academic All-District First Team

Career Summary:
A four-year letterwinner and two-year team captain, Maddie Huster started in 71 of 75 games played at Wake Forest, the most by anyone in her class…She recorded 5,960 minutes of playing time…During that time, she recorded 10 career goals, including the ninth hat trick in school history her junior year, while adding eight assists for a total of 28 points…Took a total of 67 shots, including 36 on goal.

2017 (Senior):
Team captain…Started all 21 games for the Deacons…Finished second on the team with 1896 minutes played, not leaving the field in 17 contests… Finished the season with four goals and two assists…Notched a goal at Davidson (Aug. 20)…Also recorded one goal and one assist in the upset victory over No. 3 South Carolina (Aug. 24), earning her ACC Offensive Player of the Week honors and honorable mention on the TopDrawerSoccer National Team…Recorded an assist at George Mason (Sept. 1)…Scored in the ACC opener against Pitt (Sept. 15)…Netted a goal in the program’s first-ever victory over Notre Dame (Sept. 29)…Finished her senior season with 17 shots, nine of which were on goal…Named to the All-ACC Second Team and United Soccer Coaches All-East Region Second Team…Named TopDrawerSoccers No. 69 player midway through the season…Earned an invitation to the U-23 National Team Camp in Nov. 2017.

2016 (Junior):
Team captain ... One of just three players to start all 18 games ... Started the year in the defensive midfield before moving to center back ... Led the team with 14 points and four assists, finishing tied for second with five goals ... Tallied 10 points in the first three games, recording an assist in the season-opener against San Diego (Aug. 19), scoring the game-winning goal against La Salle (Aug. 21), and recording the program's first hat trick in five years at FIU (Aug. 25), also notching an assist in the game ... Scored a goal in the win over Old Dominion (Sept. 9), and followed that with an assist against Davidson two days later ... Final point was an assist against Boston College (Oct. 15) ... Didn't come off the field in any of the last eight games, playing the full 90 minutes or longer each time ... Finished the year with 19 shots, 12 of them on goal.

2015 (Sophomore):
Played in all 19 games, starting every game except senior day in the midfield ... Finished the year with four points on a goal and two assists ... First two career points came in the season-opener, as she recorded a pair of assists in a 4-0 win over Georgia ... First-career goal was a game-winner in a 1-0 shutout win over Oregon ... Took 21 total shots, 10 of them on goal.

2014 (Freshman):
Was rated as the No. 70 freshman in the nation by TopDrawerSoccer ... One of just seven players to play in all 17 games, making 14 starts in the midfield ... Finished the year with 10 shots, five of them on goal... Took multiple shots against Wright State and Syracuse ... Played the full 90 minutes or more in five games.

Four-year letterwinner at St. Ursula Academy under Head Coaches Dave Ruehl and Becky Evans ... Helped the Bulldogs to three consecutive Girls Greater Catholic League championships from 2011-13 ... The Bulldogs also won the district championship in 2011 and 2012 and the regional championship in 2013 ... Honored as the 2013 GGCL Player of the Year and a First Team All-State player ... Participated in the High School All-American Game ... Earned back-to-back First Team All-GGCL honors in 2012 and 2013 after being a Second Teamer in 2011 ... Was also a First Team All-City selection in 2012 and 2013... Won MVP honors at the Southwest Ohio All-Star Game... Member of the player pools for the U14, U15 AND U18 National Teams ... Collected 32 goals and 33 assists through her first three years of high school.

Daughter of Steve and Laura Huster ... Born July 5, 1996 ... Full name is Madeline Marie Huster.
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