Four-year member of the Eagles' pitching corps ... Appeared in 53 games, 11th all-time at Emory, and posted a record of 11-9 ... Made 24 starts and threw six complete games ... Total of 84 strikeouts rank her 15th on the school's career chart.
Closed out the year with a won-lost mark of 8-5 .... Played in 19 contests and made 13 starts ... Tossed a career-hig 73 2/3 innings and finished with an ERA of 2.42 ... Five complete games to her credit and she fanned 36 batters ... Came up with a pair of saves ... Pocketed a save after tossing one inning of hitless ball in the team’s 9-7 come-from-behind win over Case Western Reserve (Apr. 20) ... Complete-game masterpiece in a 4-1 decision over Carnegie Mellon (Mar. 30), surrendering just five hits and striking out two ... Five-inning complete-game performance in an 8-0 win over Berry (Mar. 27), allowing three hits while striking out three ... First save of the year came after she threw two shutdown innings, fanning three in the process, in a 6-3 win vs. LaGrange (Mar. 24)... Went all seven frames in a 9-2 win over Piedmont (Mar. 19), allowing eight hits while fanning four ... Tossed all five innings in a 10-1 decision over Rochester (Mar. 12), allowing two hits and fanning a pair. ... Saw action in four NCAA Tournament games.
Played in three games as a pitcher ... Tossed the final 2 1/3 innings of the team's season opener vs. Birmingham Southern (Feb. 9), striking out one while not allowing a run ... Made her lone start of the year in the first game of a doubleheader vs. Wesleyan (Mar. 22).
Appeared in 12 games during the season and made three starts in the circle ... Finished with a 1-2 won-lost ledger to go along with one save ... Recorded 21 2/3 innings of work, striking out 16 while issuing 10 walks ...
Made 19 appearances in the circle during her rookie season … Posted a 2-2 record with a 3.31 ERA over 36 innings of work … Fanned 31 opposing batters … First win came after she threw 2/3 innings of scoreless relief in a 3-2 decision over Bridgewater (Mar. 25) … Drew a starting assignment and went all six innings, giving up just one run on five hits, while striking out four, in the second game of a doubleheader vs. Shorter (Apr. 7) … Tossed the last two frames and struck out one batter in a five-inning, 9-1 triumph over Pomona-Pitzer (Mar. 16) … Two innings of scoreless relief saw him allow one hit, while fanning a pair, in an 11-2 win vs. Brandeis (Mar. 10) … Three-inning relief stint and surrendered one unearned run, one hit, while fanning two, in a 7-3 verdict over Huntingdon (Feb. 14).
Four year varsity starter for the Clarkston High School program … Mark Pingston served as her pitching coach … Finished with a career won-lost mark of 69-18 … Compiled a won-lost mark of 15-1 as a senior … Winning pitcher in the 2012 & 2015 U of M/Ann Arbor Tournament Championship Games … Helped her squad to a 2015 regional title … Captured all-state, Oakland County Dream Team, Sunkist Athlete of the Week and U of M Tournament All-Star Honors … Four-time recipient of NFCA All American Scholar Athlete Award … Placed 5th at the 16U ASA/USA Nationals … Member of National Honor Society …An International Baccalaureate student, she founded her school's first district wide charity poetry slam called Voices for Change that raised money and awareness for the Women's Afghan Writing Project.
Played her final year of travel ball for Compuware 18U under head coach Alicia Smith … While playing travel ball for the Beverly Bandits, placed 7th at the 18U Gold ASA/USA Nationals … Placed 5th at the 16U ASA/USA Nationals.
Daughter of Joe and Shannon Maday ... Born Jan. 29 ... Majors in Political Science.
"I went through an emotionally exhausting recruiting process starting my freshman year of high school. I visited universities throughout the country, from University of Rhode Island to Northwestern to Harvard, and everywhere in between, failing to find a school where I felt wanted and where I would be excited to call home. I was beginning to think that the dream school I had in my head didn't exist. That was until I visited my 50th university -- Emory. As soon as I stepped on campus, I was immediately drawn to the energetic and vibrant atmosphere, the gorgeous campus and top-notch athletic facilities. As we drove off the campus following my visit, I instantly wanted to go back, and that's when I knew I had found my second home."