Another goalie joins Rams roster in Madeleine Ogden

FORT COLLINS, Colo. – The Rams gain another experienced goaltender for this upcoming season with the signing of Madeleine Ogden from Monmouth University, announced by head coach Kelley Hagen on Tuesday.

Ogden is the sixth addition to join the Rams for the 2022 season. She is part of the transfer group with taylor bee (State of Iowa), Megan Demsky (Loyola Chicago), Hale Otto (Georgia), Katy Coffin (Kansas State) and Emilie Gavillet (Kansas). There are now nine new student-athletes joining the team, including freshmen Jessica Shivers, Mia Massey and Ishana Sandhu.

“We are thrilled to have Maddie joining our team this fall,” Hagen said. “She comes from a program that is used to winning and from a family that loves soccer. With her experience and maturity, Maddie will be a great addition to our team.”

Ogden played for three seasons at Monmouth with a total of 828 minutes on the pitch. After a redshirt season, the 5-foot-11 goaltender made her collegiate debut as a Hawk in the 2020 spring COVID season with three saves in the season-opening shutout victory at Iona. She played and started another game in what was her second season for a final record of 1-0-0 with one shutout and two goals against. Although short, her performance earned her the Metropolitan Atlantic Conference Defensive Player of the Week. In 2021, she started seven of 10 games played, going 6-2 with three shutouts. She recorded 682 minutes in the field, 20 saves and a .625 save percentage for the season. She also had a 1.58 goals-against average and made a career-high four saves in a home win over Bucknell. During this 2021 season, she posted clean sheets against NJIT, Saint Peter’s and Siena. Ogden helped the Hawks win a regular season and MAAC Tournament championship last season, as well as an NCAA first-round appearance in which she had two saves against Penn State. The conference championships marked her second with United as she was part of the 2019 team that also won the conference titles.

Prior to her stint in West Long Branch, NJ, Ogden attended Cinnaminson High School in Cinnaminson, New Jersey, where she served as a team captain and was a two-time all-conference first-team selection. She was also a two-time All-State draft pick and was selected as a first-team All-South Jersey as a junior, second-team All-Burlington County as a junior, and named second-team All-South Jersey as a sophomore. His team earned back-to-back section final appearances in 2016 and 2017 and won the section title in 2017. Ogden has compiled 37 shutouts in his career, including a school-record 16 in 2016, with 320 career saves . She also played club soccer for SJEB Rush ’01.

Ogden will complete his undergraduate studies in May at Monmouth with a degree in business administration with a concentration in finance and will pursue a graduate degree in finance at Colorado State starting this fall.

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