These Days, It’s Hard to Keep Up With Maddy Siegriest

Eric Dixon, Maddy Siegrist and Chris Arcidiacono
Image via Villanova MBB Twitter.
Eric Dixon, Maddy Siegrist and Chris Arcidiacono

Villanova Center Maddy Siegrist is breaking so many records and winning so many awards, it’s hard to keep up.

The senior guard was named on March 15 as an Associated Press first-team All-America recipient.

Three hours after that announcement, she was named to the U.S. Basketball Writers Association All-American first team and listed as one of the top women’s college basketball players in the nation by ESPN, writes Meghann Morhardt for The Philadelphia Inquirer

She’s had a record-breaking season, leading the Wildcats to a 26-5 regular season record. 

Siegrist leads the nation in scoring 29.9 points per game and is the all-time leading scorer in Villanova and Big East history, men or women.

She currently has 2,799 career points.

Villanova and the Big East, men or women. She currently has 2,799 career points.

“Maddy is an All-American in every sense of the word, and she is truly deserving of this honor,” said Villanova head coach Denise Dillon. “On the court, the numbers she has put up this year are staggering. To lead the country in scoring and score 1,000 points in one season is amazing. We are so proud of Maddy becoming the first Associated Press All-American in program history.”

Read more about Maddy Siegrist in The Philadelphia Inquirer.

Behind the scenes with Villanova at the Big East.

Join Our Community

Never miss a Delaware County story!

"*" indicates required fields

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.