Canberra United are delighted to announce the addition of defender Madison McComasky to the Liberty A-League squad.

McComasky brings the total of players signed for the 2022/2023 Liberty A-League season to 21 as kick-off to the brand new campaign edges ever closer.

McComasky gets her first chance to impress in the Liberty A-League after joining United for the new campaign having impressed in the New South Wales National Premier League for the Macarthur Rams.

“I am pleased to be able to announce the signing of Madison McComasky to the Canberra United squad,” Head Coach Njegosh Popovich said.

“She is an exciting prospect and I believe that the professionalism within our club will help her to become a very competitive centre back for us this season.

“I first noticed Maddison playing for Macarthur and she was a standout In both the semi-final and final of the NPL NSW competition. Her reading of the game is very good, her positioning and awareness are a standout of her game.

“I am looking forward to working with Madison during the season.”

McComasky, who can play in both defence or midfield, has spent most of her formative footballing years in the United States Collegiate system starting with Northeast Texas Community College and then Wayland Baptist University, before starring for the UIW Cardinals in San Antonio, Texas.

One of five siblings, McComasky impressed Popovich and after a trial period at the club has secured a spot in the squad for the upcoming season.

Canberra United’s 2022/2023 Liberty A-League season begins on Saturday 19 November with a home match against Perth Glory at McKellar Park.

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Name: Madison McComasky

Date of Birth: 25/09/1999

Place of Birth: Sydney, NSW

Former Clubs: Northeast Texas Community College, Wayland Baptist University, UIW Cardinals, North West Sydney Koalas, MacArthur Rams

A-League Appearances: 0

A-League Goals: 0