As a freshman (2013): Saw action in 37 games and started 26 on the mound…pitched 127.1 innings and garnered a 12-10 record…tied for team lead with nine complete games…second on team in appearances (37), wins (12), ERA (4.07)…ninth in ACC in strikeouts (86)…made first career start versus LIU-Brooklyn (2/17), earning the complete game victory…made first relief appearance against UCLA (2/23)…pitched five consecutive complete games from Mar. 12 – Mar. 23...pitched complete game and struck out seven batters in 1-0 loss to Oklahoma State (3/15)…pitched first career complete game shutout in seven-inning victory against Valparaiso (3/16)…won four consecutive starts from Mar. 23 – Mar. 30…earned complete game shutout in victory over Howard (3/27)…struck out career-high 10 batters versus Coppin State (4/3)…allowed just one run six innings in victory over North Carolina (4/27)…gave up zero runs in three innings of work in ACC Tournament against Virginia Tech (5/9).
Played at Edmond Santa Fe High School for Rhonda Lawson...was a pitcher and outfielder...team went 34-9 overall and advance to Oklahoma state semifinals in her senior year (2012)...went 26-5 on the mound with an ERA of 1.75, 200 strikeouts, a .348 average at the plate and 36 RBI that year...named The Oklahoman
's All-Big City Player of the Year, All-District Player of the Year and an All-State First Team pitcher...named All-Edmond Player of the Year, All-Vype West pitcher...earned the Ferguson Jenkins Student-Athlete award and was named a March of Dimes Top 3 Outstanding Athlete...graduated with a GPA of 3.8...played club softball for the Tulsa Eagles Gold for Dave Simmons and Tommy Rogers...led team in home runs in junior and seniors summers and hit over .400 in those years as well...planned events for a marketing class, including the Heather Harkness Memorial Volleyball Tournament and was active in Youth in Government. Personal:
Madison Nicole Martin...parents are Toby and Amie Martin...has one younger brother, Jake...has many superstitions...wants to work for ESPN one day and intends to be a broadcast journalism major...came to Maryland for the coaches, team and the journalism program...also considered West Point and Wichita State.