Emily Madril didn’t seem to miss a beat from her high school soccer days at Navarre, settling right in as a freshman at Florida State and dishing out two assists in her collegiate debut.
The 2016 player of the year in Florida assisted Deyna Castellanos on the first two goals she scored in the nationally ranked Seminoles’ 3-0 win over UNC Greensboro Friday. Castellanos finished with three goals
Madril scored 107 goals and dished out 70 assists during her career at Navarre and graduated in December to get a head start on her soccer career at Florida State, which is ranked 15th in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll.
The extra time clearly paid off as the freshman midfielder looked like a natural at the college level and helped Florida State extend its home unbeaten streak to 33-0-1.