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Madison McCaw '19 To Play Division 1 Soccer for Columbia University
Madison McCaw '19 To Play Division 1 Soccer for Columbia University

Princeton Day School is proud to announce that Madison McCaw '19 has signed a national letter of intent to play Division 1 women's soccer at Columbia University. McCaw, a soccer midfielder for PDS her freshman and sophomore years, also played soccer for Players Development Academy for the past three years.

McCaw's PDS career statistics included being named to the All Prep First team as a sophomore and contributing to two Prep B State championships as a PDS Varsity Girls Soccer team member. Coach Pat Trombetta praised McCaw, saying, "Maddy is an explosive player who added a lot to our team. She has a bright personality that will benefit her team at Columbia as will her tremendous talent. We wish her all the best."

PDS Director of Upper School Athletics Tim Williams affirmed, "Maddy is a very gifted player who has demonstrated a strong commitment to her game. She has excellent field vision, and with her determination, I see her being successful at the next level."

Congratulations, Madison!

Photo: Back row, left to right: Head of Upper School Trixie Sabundayo, Associate Director of College Counseling Cynthia Michalak, Head of School Paul J. Stellato, Upper School Athletic Director Tim Williams. Front: Madison McCaw '19 with her grandmother, Joan McCaw, left, and father Brennan McCaw, right.