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9 Darius Madison
Darius  Madison


Philadelphia, Pa.

High School:
LaSalle College HS

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 160



National Champs! Virginia Downs UCLA in PKs for Seventh NCAA Title

Virginia wins PK shootout 4-2 for championship


Virginia Reaches NCAA Championship Match with 1-0 Win Against UMBC

Cavaliers advance to championship match for eighth time in program history


No. 19 Virginia Rolls Past Pitt, 3-0

Wharton, Madison and Corriveau score for Cavaliers


Madison Lifts No. 19 Virginia to 2-1 OT Win Over James Madison

Junior scores in 89th minute and again in 97th minute to rally Cavaliers to victory


No. 15 Virginia Downs VCU, 1-0, for Third Straight Win

Sam Hayward scores in 76th minute to lift UVa to victory


Virginia vs. UCLA - NCAA Final (USATSI)

Cavaliers prevail in penalty kicks to claim their seventh national championship


Men's Soccer vs. UMBC (USATSI)

Early Darius Madison goal sends Cavaliers to 1-0 win in NCAA semifinals.


A Championship Season in Photos: 2014 Virginia Men's Soccer

Top images from the run to a seventh NCAA title


Men's Soccer Indoor Practice (by Matt Riley)

Men's Soccer Indoor Practice (by Matt Riley)


NCAA Men's Soccer vs. UCONN (by Jim Daves)

NCAA Men's Soccer vs. UCONN (by Jim Daves)

• Played in 19 matches, including 16 starts
• Missed first three games with high ankle sprain that affected him for much of the season
• Recorded four goals (tied for second on team)
• Named to NCAA College Cup All-Tournament Team for second straight season
• Scored goal in fifth minute of victory over UMBC in semifinals of NCAA College Cup (12/12)
• Recorded goal at Pitt (10/4)
• Scored game-tying goal (89th minute) and golden goal (97th minute) in OT win over James Madison (9/30)
• Assisted on Sam Hayward's goal in win over VCU (9/15)

• Named NSCAA Third-Team All-South Atlantic Region
• Second-Team All-ACC honoree
• Named to NCAA College Cup All-Tournament Team
• Tied for second on team with six goals and 15 points
• Tied for 10th in ACC in goals
• Named College Soccer News National Player of Week and ACC Player of Week on Oct. 28 following win at Notre Dame
• Recorded goal and assist in NCAA tournament; assisted on Ryan Zinkhan's goal against UConn (12/6)
• Scored eventual game-winning goal in Virginia's 3-1 NCAA win over Marquette (12/1)
• Scored both UVa goals in win at Notre Dame (10/26); first career multi-goal game
• Recorded UVa's first goal in win over VCU (10/1)
• Headed in goal against NC State (9/24)
• Scored goal and added assist in win over George Mason (9/20)

• Named to 2012 All-ACC Freshman Team
• Speedy forward played in 17 games, with 15 starts
• Scored pair of goals
• Took 33 shots (third on team), putting 14 on goal (second on team)
• Scored game-winning OT goal in win at NC State (11/1)
• Recorded first goal on PK vs. Mount St. Mary's (9/11)
• Missed four matches in late September and early October with ankle injury

• Named All-State, All-Catholic League and All-Region selection in 2011
• Ranked No. 47 in Top Drawer Soccer's Top 150 recruits
• Scored 20 goals in 2011 in leading LaSalle College HS to Philadelphia Catholic League title
• Played club with FC Delco
• Selected to play in ESPNHS High School All-American Game
• Competed with Region I Boys Olympic Development Program; earned Golden Boot Award at 2011 Trofeo Scopigno Tournament in Rieti, Italy
• Named to the 2011 NSCAA High School All-Region II Team
• Named 2011 Times Herald Player of the Year

• Parents are Charles Madison and Dianna Knight
• Has two brothers and two sisters



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