2018 (Stats): Second team All-ACC selection ... Named to the Tewaaraton Award watch list ... Opened the season with a four-goal performance against No. 21 Elon (2/11) ... Added another four-goal showing at No. 25 Virginia Tech (2/24) ... Reached the 100 draw control mark for her career in a win over Louisville (3/10) ... Preseason All-ACC selection.
2017 (Stats): Second team IWLCA All-South Region and All-ACC choice in the midfield as a junior … Appeared on the Tewaaraton Trophy Watch List after leading Duke in goals with 32 … Ranked second on the team in points (49), assists (17) and ground balls (31) … Also logged 33 draw controls and 15 caused turnovers to go along with five hat tricks and three multiple assist efforts … Tabbed the ACC Offensive Player of the Week Feb. 21 after scoring a career-high five goals in a Patriot Cup victory against No. 12 Stanford … Matched that career high at Northwestern while also adding two assists … Had the game-winning goal in a 10-9 win at No. 18 Elon (3/29) … Won a career-best seven draw controls against Virginia Tech (3/4) … Reached the 100-point mark for her career at Boston College (4/8), becoming the 26th player in program history to join the century club … Named to the IWLCA Academic Honor Roll, All-ACC Academic Team and the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2016 (Stats): Second team IWLCA All-America selection as a sophomore … Also earned first team All-South Region and All-ACC recognition in addition to being named a Tewaaraton Award nominee … Tied for first on the team in assists (20) while ranking first in caused turnovers (18), second in free position goals (8) and ground balls (35) and third in points (47) … Totaled 27 goals and 33 draw controls … Logged five hat tricks and four multiple-assist games … Four of the five hat tricks came against ACC opponents … Garnered Epoch/Lacrosse Magazine Player of the Week and ACC Offensive Player of the Week nods following a career-high nine-point performance in a 16-5 victory over No. 5 Louisville (3/12) … Broke Duke’s single-game record with six assists in that showing … Picked up five ground balls in back-to-back games against Boston College (4/9) and Notre Dame (4/16) … Found the back of the net in nine consecutive contests in March and April … Filled the stat sheet with one goal, one assist, two ground balls, three draw controls and two caused turnovers in an ACC quarterfinal victory over Virginia (4/28) … Registered three or more draw controls five times on the season … All-ACC Academic Team and ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2015 (Stats): Started 17 of 21 contests during Duke’s run to the NCAA semifinals … One of two Blue Devil rookies to appear in every game … Among the team leaders in free position goals (5), ground balls (22), draw controls (15) and caused turnovers (14) … Tallied 13 goals and five assists … Tabbed the ACC Defensive Player of the Week March 17 after leading the Blue Devils to victories over Georgetown and No. 12 Louisville … Her caused turnover against the Cardinals set up Duke’s final score in a 10-8 win … Had three-multiple goal efforts on the season, including in a 10-9 victory over No. 7 Syracuse (3/28) … Added an assist against the Orange for a season-high three points, and notched a season-best three caused turnovers … Totaled two goals, two ground balls and two draw controls during the ACC Tournament … Found the back of the net in the Blue Devils’ NCAA quarterfinal win over Princeton (5/16) … Selected to the U.S. women’s national team in June, 2015 … ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Prior to Duke: Four-time US Lacrosse All-American … 2014 Under Armour All-American … Guided the North squad to victory at the 2014 Under Armour All-America Girls Lacrosse Classic, scoring two goals and adding three ground balls … Totaled 383 points on 218 goals and 165 assists during her four years at St. Paul’s School … Guided St. Paul’s to Independent School League titles her junior and senior seasons … Named a New England Prep School All-Star all four years … Also garnered first team all-league recognition each year … Earned a spot on the US Lacrosse All-Academic squad as a senior … Also lettered four years in soccer and ice hockey … Two-time first team all-league selection on the soccer field … Helped her ice hockey team advance to the New England final four twice … Team captain in all three sports as a senior … Recipient of the Loomis Medal, awarded to her school’s best female athlete. … Member of the Cum Laude Society … Earned first testimonials with honors all four years … Named to the Boston Globe’s All-Scholastic lacrosse team as a senior.
Personal: Born Madison Emily Crutchfield on May 11, 1995 in Concord, N.H. … Daughter of Heather and Tim Crutchfield … Has two brothers (TJ and Connor) and one sister (Ashley) … Mother was a member of New Hampshire’s 1985 women’s lacrosse NCAA championship squad and also played field hockey for the Wildcats … Mother has coached the St. Paul girl's lacrosse team since graduating from New Hampshire ... Father played lacrosse at New Hampshire … Sister played lacrosse and squash at Connecticut College … Brother, TJ, played lacrosse at Bates College … Brother, Connor, plays soccer and lacrosse at Hamilton College ... Cousin, Lindsey Reynolds, is also a member of the Duke women's lacrosse team ... Majoring in public policy.