44 David Madeira
The responsibility of providing direction from our attack will fall into David's hands. He is a proven competitor, but he has higher aspirations and has revamped his commitment to this program and to himself. David has already proven to be a thoughtful, insightful captain and a dedicated teammate...2006: Honorable mention All-Ivy selection...Led the Bears in goals scored with 21, while handing out 3 assists...Scored a season high four goals vs. Hartford...Registered three goals against UMass...Netted two goals against Cornell, Penn and Ohio State...His .304 shooting percentage (69 shots, 21 goals) led the Bears...Also picked up 13 ground balls...2005: Led the Ivy League with eight man-up goals...Brown's top goal scorer with 23, sixth best in the Ivy League...His 25 points (23 goals, 2 assists) ranked third on the Brown team...Scored a season high four goals against Dartmouth...Netted three goals against UMass, Harvard and Hartford...Picked-up 10 ground balls...2004: Named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week after scoring four goals in a win over Yale...Started all 14 games...Brown's fourth leading scorer with 17 goals and six assists...His 17 goals are the third most for a freshman in Brown lacrosse history...Picked-up 24 ground balls...Scored two goals vs. Vermont, Hartford, Harvard and Dartmouth...Secondary School Background: A graduate of the Holderness School where he lettered in lacrosse (4), soccer (4) and Alpine Skiing (4)...Two-year lacrosse captain and soccer team captain as a senior...All-Northern New England for three years...Lakes Region All-Star his senior year...2003 All-American...Elected to play in the National High School All-Star Game and the New England East/West Senior All-Star Game...Personal: The son of George Madeira and Carolyn Dewey of Norwich...Has two brothers, Arthur and Sam...Enjoys skiing, hiking and camping...Environmental Studies concentrator.