Maddie Elwell - Soccer - Vanderbilt University Athletics

#15 Maddie Elwell


Class Graduate
Hometown Ambler, Pa.
High School Wissahickon

Student-Athlete Features — Maddie Elwell Mic’D Up

2020 All-SEC Second Team
2020 All-Southeast Region Second Team
2019 All-SEC Second Team

As a Senior (2020):

  • Played in all 16 games throughout the season, starting 15 of them
  • Earned Second Team All-SEC honors for the second year in a row
  • Finished the year with two goals and four assists for eight points
  • Matched a personal best by assisting on all three of Vanderbilt’s goals in the win over Kennesaw State (3/11/21)
  • Recorded her first assist of the season off a corner kick in the 2-0 win at LSU (10/30/20)
  • Scored in the second round of the SEC Tournament against Mississippi State (11/15/20)
  • Added another goal in the SEC Quarterfinals against No. 13 Tennessee (11/17/20)

As a Junior (2019):

  • Started and played all 21 games for the Commodores
  • Led the Commodores with 10 assists and more than doubling her assist total from 2018
  • Scored her only goal of 2019 against LSU (10/18/19)
  • Named to the All-SEC second team

As a Sophomore (2018):

  • She played in all 21 games while starting 21 of them for the Commodores
  • She finished the season with four goals and four assists, including one game-winning goal
  • Her game-winner came in the Dores’ first victory of the season on the road at Jacksonville.

As a Freshman (2017):

  • Played in 20 games and made eight starts for the Commodores as a freshman
  • Finished the season with one goal, two assists and 13 shots in 1007 minutes of game action
  • Scored her first collegiate goal in Vanderbilt’s NCAA Tournament second round match vs. Santa Clara on November 17


  • Major is Human and Organizational Development
  • Began playing soccer at the age of six
  • played club for John Greaves at YMS Xplosion
  • member of the honor roll and two-time captain
  • USYA U-17 National Champion
  • Pennsylvania State Champion
  • three-time first team all-state
  • four-time all-league
  • most goals in a season (27 goals).