2013: Saw action in five matches, coming off the bench in all five to bolster the Rebel defense ... Played a season-long 46 minutes against No.7 South Carolina (10/20) and helped the Rebels to a double-overtime draw ... Also helped the Rebels post three shutouts: Louisiana-Lafayette (8/23), UALR (9/22) and Jackson State (11/15) in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament ...
2012: Saw action in 21 matches, drawing the start in 12 of them ... Played 1,170 minutes on the year, including a season-high 104 minutes in a double overtime game at Mississippi State (10/25) ... Scored her only goal of the season in the opener against Saint Louis (8/17), the first goal of the season for the Rebels ... Tallied four points with a goal and two assists on the year ... Tallied single assists at Middle Tennessee (8/19) and at Troy (8/22) ... Took five shots on the year, three of them on goal ...
2011: Played in all 19 games and recorded eight starts during the year ... Ended the season with two points ... Recorded her first career goals at Arkansas ... Played full matches in three games during the year.
2010: Played in 17 of the team's 20 games and started the last four games of the year ... Recorded her first career assist in Ole Miss' 5-1 win over McNeese State ... Took seven shots during the year including three against McNeese State ... Played a career-high 90 minutes against Mississippi State ... Named to the SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll and the UMAA Honor Roll in both the Fall and the Spring.
HIGH SCHOOL: Led Ballard High School to three straight district titles ... Named All-District and All-Region ... Finished her prep career with 52 goals and 46 assists, leading her team in both categories for three straight seasons ... Member of Beta Club, National Honor Society, Latin Club, Environmental Club and Bruin Nation.
ODP: Six-year member of Kentucky ODP team.
CLUB TEAM: Helped Javanon Soccer Club to the 2005 state championship and was her team's leading scorer the final three seasons.
PERSONAL: Born April 12, 1992 ... Full name is Madison Lynné Cunningham ... Daughter of Steve and TamBrey Cunningham ... Exercise Science Major ... Older sister, Taylor, played soccer for the Rebels from 2007-10.
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