Madeline Foley
Madeline  Foley


Salt Lake City, Utah

High School:
Rowland Hall St. Marks



Women’s Tennis Downs Navy on Senior Day

Hoyas will close out the regular season at Villanova on Saturday


Women’s Tennis Downs Towson, 4-3

The Hoyas will host BIG EAST rival DePaul on April 8


Hoyas Roll Past George Mason


Hoyas Knock Off Morgan State at Home


ITA Names Hoya Men and Women to All-Academic Squad

11 Hoyas were recognized as ITA Scholar-Athletes

2016-17: In her final year playing for Georgetown, Foley posted a 3-1 singles record and a mark of 2-7 in doubles matches ... Started the fall with a 7-5, 6-3 victory over Maddie Gioziani of St. Joe's ... Went on a two-match doubles win streak that featured a convincing 6-1 win over Scarlett Walston and Olivia Lacy-Thompson of George Mason and a 7-5 victory with partner Sara Swift over their Towson opponents ... Finished her singles career with a close 6-3, 3-6, 10-6 win against Nicole Haigwood of George Mason.

2015-16: Foley went 3-2 in singles play and 4-3 in doubles play ... Won two matches at the Colorado Invitational with a first round 6-3, 7-5(5) win against Margaret Psyhogeos of Georgetown, and a second round victory over Kyra Wojcik of Colorado ... Posted a four-match win streak that stretched from March 5 to the end of the season, took down opponents from Point Loma Nazarene (with Sydney Goodson), George Mason (with Victoire Saperstein), St. Francis (PA) (with Margaret Psyhogeos) and Villanova (with Risa Nakagawa) ... Wrapped up spring singles play with a 6-1, 6-3 victory over Monica Yassear of UC San Diego ... BIG EAST All-Academic selection ... ITA All-Academic.

2014-15: Saw action in three matches and won her sole singles match against Linley Busby of Villanova, 6-2, 6-2 on April 11... posted a record of 1-1 in doubles play, picking up a victory with partner Liselot Koenen over Mafalda Lhorca and Andrea Macchiavello, 6-2, 6-1, of Norfolk State University on Jan. 23, dropped a matchup against Alexandra Ion and Luba Vazhenina of Penn with partner Casey Marx, 8-6, on March 20 ... BIG EAST All-Academic selection.

2013-14: Coming into her freshman year at Georgetown, Foley played in 5 fall singles matches, going 2-3...She earned one victory at the Georgetown Classic in the consolation bracket against Norfolk State's Krystal Scott, 6-2; 6-2...Her second fall singles victory came at the Navy Blue & Gold Invitational when she defeated Towson's Nisha Shah in the round of 32, 8-6...Foley played in two fall doubles matches...She was paired with Taylor Perz for both, but the pair could not find a win at the Georgetown Classic or the Navy Invitational...Played two singles matches during the spring semester, posting a record of 1-1, went 1-2 in doubles with Sophie Panarese as her partner...Foley's win during the spring season was an 8-6 triumph over Jessica Brycki of Montana State-Bozeman...Her doubles win of the season was an 8-2 final on March 13 over Tiffany Jue and Thanh Doan of UC Riverside with partner Sophie Panarese ... BIG EAST All-Academic selection.

Prior to Georgetown: A four-year letterwinner at Rowland Hall St. Marks in Salt Lake City...Played at the No. 1 position for all four years...Served as the team captain her senior year...Won the Lee Scholar Athlete Award in June 2013...Won singles state championships in 2010, 2011 and 2012...Won the Team State Championships in 2010 and 2012...Served as the School Treasurer her senior year...Ran track in 2013.

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