KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Just a few days after earning an all-region honor from the United Soccer Coaches, Franklin College junior forward Maddie Fleet was named Second Team All-American by the association late Thursday (Nov. 30) night.
Fleet collects an All-American honor from the national coaches association for the second year in a row. In 2016, she was named Third Team All-American by the United Coaches Association, then known as the NSCAA.
The Indianapolis, Ind.-native was dominant once again in 2017, potting 25 goals and handing out six assists for a team-high 56 points while playing in all 19 games for the Grizzlies. Five of her goals ended up as game-winners, and she led Franklin with 90 shot attempts and 56 shots on target.
Fleet was named Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) Offensive Player of the Year for the third straight year in 2017. She was also chosen as the MVP of the HCAC Tournament, scoring two goals and handing out an assist as the Grizzlies won their first conference tournament championship and advanced to the NCAA Tournament.
Over the last three years, Fleet has accumulated 74 goals and 30 assists for 178 points while starting all 57 games of her college career.