At Boise State
Madison Collins enters her fourth season with Boise State as an assistant coach. She assists in the daily operations of the program, as well as being responsible for organizing soccer camps, film exchange and on-field coaching.
Prior to Boise State
Upon graduating from Seattle University in 2009, Collins worked for her alma mater serving as the director of alumni and soccer operations from the fall of 2009 to the summer of 2011. She was responsible for team travel and coordinating recruiting database, as well as assisting with the daily operations of the program, organizing and supervision of practices, summer camps, and alumni relations.
Collins also has youth soccer coaching experience with Eastside Futbol Club of Mercer Island, Wash., and the Peter Fewing Soccer Camp in Seattle, Wash.
Collins played collegiately for Seattle U., where she was a four-year letterwinner. She began her playing career with the Redhawks as a freshman in 2005 and started every game through her senior season. Collins' career was highlighted by NCAA Tournament appearances in 2006 and 2007, as well as being named All-GNAC First Team as a junior.
Collins is a Boise native where she graduated from Boise High School in 2005. Following high school she attended Seattle University in Washington where she earned a Bachelors of Arts degree in psychology in 2009 and a Masters in sports administration and leadership in 2011.