Madison Oyer's Career & Game-By-Game Statistics (PDF)
The sixth player in Ball State history to be named All-MAC twice in her career (2013 and 2014) ... enrolled at Ball State in January 2013 as a mid-year transfer from Memphis.
An All-MAC Second Team selection … an Academic All-MAC and MAC Distinguished Scholar Athlete selection … appeared in 18 games and made 14 starts in the central midfield … slowed by injury during the middle of the conference season, causing her to miss two games … scored three goals and added two assists for eight total points … had a goal and an assist in the Oct. 3 win over Central Michigan … also scored goals Aug. 22 against IPFW and Sept. 26 against Bowling Green … finished the year with 23 shots, including 11 on goal.
A second-team All-Mid-American Conference selection ... started all 22 games as Ball State's central midfielder ... played more minutes (1,701) than any other non-back line player on the team ... led the Cardinals and tied for seventh in the MAC with six assists ... assisted on both Ball State goals in the MAC Tournament quarterfinal victory at Central Michigan (Nov. 3) ... also recorded assists against Tennessee Tech (Sept. 8), Akron (Sept. 29), Bowling Green (Oct. 25) and Miami University (Oct. 31) ... tied for fourth on the team with 32 total shots and placed 16 of them on goal ... registered a season-high four shots Sept. 27 at Buffalo and a season-best three shots on goal Sept. 20 at IUPUI.
2012 at Memphis (Freshman)
Played in 16 games for the Tigers ... scored two goals and recorded two assists in her rookie campaign.
Completed her distinguished prep career at Leo High School ranked second all-time in the state of Indiana with 76 assists ... a three-time all-state selection and a four-time all-conference and all-district choice ... played club soccer for the Fort Wayne Fever and Carmel United ... a National Honor Society member.
Daughter of Dave and Jodi Oyer ... majoring in family and consumer sciences.