Maddie Greene currently serves as an athletic communication assistant as well as the internship coordinator for the department's postgraduate internship program. She is the primary contact for both the women's soccer and men's wrestling teams while assisting with other sports and events throughout the year. In her role as Internship Coordinator, she serves as the point of contact for the internship class while providing them with networking and career development opportunities. She joined the University of Minnesota Athletic Communications department in July 2013.
Prior to arriving at Minnesota, she served as the Assistant to the Associate Athletic Director and the Director of Digital Media at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minn. During her time with the Scots, Maddie handled all of the departments social media, led the branding initiative, was co-adviser for Macalester's SAC organization, wrote and edited content for the website, supervised the press box for all home events, assisted with event management and facilities as well as working with the Associate Athletic Director on compliance and reporting.
Greene also worked two summers with the National Sports Center in Blaine, Minn. During her first summer, she assisted with the media relation efforts for USA CUP. The ten day tournament, bringing over 19,000 players from all over the world, transforms the Minneapolis suburb into the largest youth soccer tournament in the Western Hemisphere each July. In her second year with the NSC, Maddie worked as a registration assistant and coordinated the Guest Player Program that allowed players from all over the world the opportunity to experience the game of soccer on one of youth soccer's largest stages.
A native of Dayton, Ohio, Greene graduated from Minnesota State University, Mankato with a bachelor's degree in Mass Media and a minor in Gender and Women's Studies. She is currently finishing her masters and will continue her education as she pursues her PhD.
Gophers Settle for Split with UW
1/21/2017 - M. Ice Hockey
Tyler Sheehy ended the night with a pair of assists and leads the Big Ten in scoring with 32 points on the year.
Gophers Edged in OT By No. 17 Wisconsin, 78-76
1/21/2017 - M. Basketball
Amir Coffey scored 19 points and Akeem Springs added 16 for the Gophers (15-5, 3-4), who lost their third straight game.
Gophers Earn Win Over Air Force
1/21/2017 - M. Gymnastics
No. 5 Minnesota topped No. 10 Air Force 407.700 to 395.350 on Saturday afternoon at the Sports Pavilion.