Women's Lacrosse


Maddie  Baum
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Maddie Baum


Piedmont, Calif.

High School:
Piedmont High School


Draw specialist

Business, Communications


Baum Sets Single-Season School Record in Loss to Florida in BIG EAST Final

The draw specialist had eight draw controls ; Derry leads with two goals


Four Pioneers Selected for All-BIG EAST Honors

Feiss, Milburn, Baum and Hoch-Bullen named All-BIG EAST, Hoch-Bullen Co-Freshman of the Year


Denver Has Record Day in 21-10 Win Over Niagara

Baum sets school record in draw controls; Feiss ties school record in goals


Men's Lacrosse Places 35, Women's Lacrosse 30, on Big East All-Academic Team

Pioneers earn postseason academic awards for 2016-17 season


[13/13] Denver Hosts Marquette for One Love Game

Game part of Denver's One Love and BIG EAST's It's On Us Campaign

Career Highs:

  • Goals: 1,  at Butler (4/5/17)
  • Assists: 1, vs. Niagara (3/10/18)
  • Points: 1, 2x, last vs. Niagara (3/10/18)
  • Shots: 1, 2x, last vs Butler (3/31/18)
  • Draw Controls: 16 vs.  vs. Niagara (3/10/18) (Single-game Denver record)
  • Caused turnover: 1, vs. High Point (5/11/18)


  • All-BIG EAST Second Team...BIG EAST All-Tournament Team...Started in 19 of the 20 games...Set the school record for most draw controls in a single-season with 108, becoming the first Pioneer to surpass the 100 draw control threshold in a single season...Averaged 5.40 draw controls a game, also a school record... Set the school record for most draw controls in a single-game with 16 against Niagara...Also brought in 11 draw controls against Cincinnati, tied for the fourth-most in a game by a Denver player... Recorded her 100th career draw control in the NCAA Tournament first round game against High Point...Led the team in draw controls in 10 games and reached double digits in draw controls in two games...Finished the season ranked 29th nationally in draw controls per game... Was credited with 1 assist, 1 ground ball and 2 caused turnovers.


  • Appeared in seven games for Denver, tallied one goal in a 20-3 win over Butler on Apr. 5


  • Appeared in three games for the Pioneers.


  • Played midfield for Piedmont High School and Stick With It Club lacrosse... Broke Piedmont High School records for points, goals, assists and ground balls... Earned first team All-League three times... Led league in points, goals, assists and ground balls as a junior... Helped her team to 19-2 and 17-2 records as league champions as a junior and senior... Team Captain and MVP as a junior and senior... Named All-League MVP her junior year... Team offensive MVP honors as a sophomore... Led her team in points her final three years of high school... Named to All-League Honorable mention as a freshman... Also played soccer and tennis as a freshman and sophomore... Captained the JV soccer team as a sophomore.


  • Born Oct. 1, 1996 in San Francisco, Calif... Daughter of Ronnie and Teresa... Has two siblings, William and Taylor... Chose Denver for its commitment to competitive DI lacrosse and academic excellence, including the women’s lacrosse program, coaches and staff, as well as DU’s rich history, location, size, curriculum and faculty... Enjoys hiking, tennis, attending sporting events, traveling, spending time with friends and watching movies... Member of National Charity League, Piedmont High School Associated Student Body and Piedmont Community Church Amor Program for four years... Recorded the most volunteer hours as a member of National Charity League... Served as a Team Leader for Piedmont Community Church Amor Program for two years to build homes for families in Mexico... Business and communications major.



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