|| Madison Bell
2006: Second Team All-NorPac ... NFHCA All-Academic selection ... started all 19 games behind the net ... notched 109 saves ... recorded four shutouts, three of which came during the final four games of the year ... posted a 2.10 GAA, allowing 40 goals ... made a career-best 16 saves against Wake Forest on Sept. 1 ... tallied 10 saves or more on three different occasions.
2005: NFHCA All-Academic selection ... played in 17 games with 14 starts ... faced 154 shots, saving 60 for a .645 save percentage ... notched a 2.08 GAA ... went 2-7 in the net, collecting all three of the team's shutouts ... allowed 33 goals ... tallied a season-high 10 saves, facing a season-high 20 shots in 60 minutes against Wake Forest ... against Appalachian State in the NorPac Tournament, recorded two saves during a 5-1 victory.
2004: NFHCA All-Academic selection ... posted a stellar 0.80 GAA in limited action, allowing just a single score in 87:45 minutes over four contests and one start ... took part in one of the team's three shutouts ... faced 14 shots and saved 10 of them for a .909 save percentage ... made her first career start in the third-place game of the NorPac Tournament and posted a scoreless first half while combining with Ana Kralovec on a 1-0 shutout ... made her collegiate debut against Boston University on Sept. 4, finishing with three saves in 31:40 minutes of relief action.
High School: A 2004 graduate of the Linworth Alternative Program of Thomas Worthington High School ... finished her prep career with 36 shutouts ... Regional All-American and NFHCA Academic All-American as a senior in 2003 ... Two-time First Team All-Ohio player (2002, 2003) and three-time First Team All-Central Ohio League (2001, 2002, 2003) selection ... posted an 0.55 GAA, 74 saves and an .860 save percentage with 11 shutouts as a senior, leading her team to the conference title and a 14-3-1 overall mark ... as a junior, she had an 0.95 GAA with 10 shutouts to lead her squad to a Columbus District Division I title and a berth in the state's Final Four ... voted her team's Best Defensive Player as a senior and MVP in her junior campaign ... member of the National Honor Society.
Amateur Field Hockey: A two-time USFHA Elite Under-19 Athlete (2003, 2004), playing in Holland (2003) and Australia (2004) ... participated in the Junior Olympics (2002), National Futures Tournament (2002, 2003, 2004) and National Festival (2002, 2003, 2004).
Personal: Parents are Anker Bell and Kim Nixon-Bell ... major is Sociology.
Year GP Min. GA GAA Sv. Sho.
2006 19 1334:51 40 2.10 109 4
2005 17 1108:59 33 2.08 60 3
2004 4 87:45 1 0.80 10 0
Favorite sport other than field hockey: I love watching diving, gymnastics and water polo
The biggest thrill in my life to date is: getting the phone call from Lesley (head coach Lesley Irvine) to tell me I had been accepted to Stanford
Since coming to Stanford I have learned: how to longboard (which the Stanford campus is incredible for)
Favorite Food: pasta or rice
If I had to cook all of my meals, I'd probably survive on: mac and cheese
Favorite midnight snack: chocolate/strawberry milkshake
My favorite movie: Do You Believe in Miracles (the HBO documentary about the 1980 ice hockey team)
My parents were right when they told me: hard work can get you anywhere
Ten years from now I hope to be: happy
What are you most thankful for in life: my family