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Madison sign former All-League midfielder Devin Boyce

By Staff, 01/04/24, 2:15PM EST


Former Omaha, Memphis and Greenville goalscorer won league with Owls in 2021

Former Omaha, Memphis and Greenville goalscorer won league with Owls in 2021 | Image Credit: Lexington SC

MADISON, Wis. - Forward Madison FC today announced the signing of 27-year-old and 2021 USL League One All-League Second Team midfielder Devin Boyce, pending league and federation approval. Boyce played in 29 matches for Greenville Triumph SC in 2023, with 23 starts, one goal, and three assists. 

"We are happy to add Devin to our 2024 roster," said Madison Head Coach Matt Glaeser. "He has proven himself to be a solid contributor on winning teams in our league and has USL Championship experience. His quality, work rate, versatility, and competitiveness are attributes that make him a good fit for our team."

The five-foot, 10-inch midfielder began his collegiate career at the University of New Mexico. He appeared in 39 matches before returning home to play at Saint Louis University. In two years, Boyce started in 32 matches, scored nine goals, and made seven assists. In his junior year, he was named First Team All-Conference and USC NCAA DI Second-Team All-Southeast Region, and in his senior year, he was named Second Team All-Conference. 

In 2020, Boyce joined Union Omaha in its inaugural season, eventually becoming the Owls' all-time club leader in appearances and assists. The midfielder helped lead Omaha to the 2021 League One title with 29 appearances, five goals, nine assists, and over 2,200 minutes logged, while also claiming the 2021 USL League One Goal of the Year. In 2022, Boyce joined Memphis 901 FC in the USL Championship before returning to USL League One to play for Greenville during the 2023 season.

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