Parents are Mike and Sally Madarieta... recruited by Colorado, Oregon, Oregon State, Idaho, Boise State and Utah.
Graduated on the honor roll from Weiser High School in 1999... a four-year letterwinner... led team to 30-13 record in four seasons, including a state championship in 1998... a three-time all-state performer at wide receiver, defensive back and kicker... named the A-2 Idaho State Player of the Year as a senior... named USA Today Idaho Player of the Year... earned Gatorade Circle of Champions Player of the Year honors as a senior... totaled 40 career interceptions... won the national punt, pass and kick competition... also lettered in basketball and baseball.
Named the Travis Spring Most Outstanding Freshman at the University of Washington as a freshman... recorded one unassisted tackle in 28-35 loss at BYU in 1999.
Washington: Named the Travis Spring Most Outstanding Freshman at the University of Washington as a freshman... recorded one unassisted tackle in 28-35 loss at BYU in 1999.
MADARIETA's Personal Best
UT: 7 (UNLV, Sept. 29, 2001)
AT: 5 (Multiple Games)
TFL: 2 (Stanford, Sept. 20, 2003)
Sck: 2 (Stanford, Sept. 20, 2003)
FR: 1 (California & UNLV, 2001)
Int: 1 (Nevada, Sept. 1, 2001)
PD: 2 (Hawaii, Sept. 6, 2002)
MADARIETA's Career Stats
Year Gms UT AT TFL FR INT PD BK Hur Sck
2001 12 36 29 2 2 3 5 0 0 0
2002 12 13 9 2 0 2 3 0 1 0
2003 8 12 18 4 0 0 2 0 1 2
Total 32 61 56 8 2 5 10 0 2 2
2000 | Redshirt Year
Redshirted to satisfy NCAA transfer rules.
2001 | Sophomore Year
Started 11-of-13 regular season games at safety and started in the Liberty Bowl against No. 22 Louisville... earned Honorable Mention All-MWC and media All-MWC honors... earned coaches player-of-the-game honors for his performances against Nevada, UNLV and San Diego State... recognized by the Cougar Club as a 2001 Academic Athlete Award winner... credited with 65 takedowns on the season, including 36 solo tackles... made three interceptions, five pass deflections and two fumble recoveries... credited with the game-saving pass deflection against Wyoming on the final play of the game... posted a season-high 12 tackles in the Cougars' 35-31 victory at UNLV... had a fumble recovery in back-to-back games at Cal and at UNLV.
2002 | Junior Year
Saw limited action during spring drills after recovering from ankle surgery ... switched from safety to linebacker ... started in 7 games during the season ... credited with 22 tackles, including 13 solo takedowns on the season ... recorded two unassisted tackles, two pass deflections, a quarterback hurry and a game-winning interception against the Hawaii ... leading by a narrow 28-24 margin, intercepted a Timmy Chang pass with 4:40 remaining in the game, giving the Cougars' a first-and-10 at the Hawaii 22 yard line ... five plays later, Lance Pendleton scored the game-winning touchdown on a two-yard run ... produced a season-high 4 solo tackles at both Nevada and Air Force ... credited with a season-high 6 total tackles against the Falcons ... had a first-quarter interception against Utah State.
2003 | Senior Year
Selected to play in the Las Vegas All-American classic on January 17...saw action in eight of the Cougars' 12 games during the season...battles a stress fracture during the season, missing only four games...a key contributor on a defensive unit that finished the season ranked 13th in the nation, allowing just 307.0 yards per games, including 176.2 yards passing and 130.8 yards rushing...finished the season with 30 tackles, including 12 solo takedowns...credited with four tackles for a combined loss of 15 yards...tallied two sacks on the season...credited with two pass deflections, a QB hurry and a forced fumble...recorded a season-high eight tackles against Stanford, including four solo stops and two tackles for a combined loss of 12 yards...entered the season listed as the starting left-side linebacker...participated in spring drills...participated in spring drills ... listed as one who will compete for the starting assignment at the left-side linebacker position entering fall camp.