Noll Commits to Division-I Lindenwood

2023 ScoutU shortstop to play out D1 dream in Missouri

Madisen Noll Commits

April 11, 2022

By Jon Feyen
ScoutU

During her sophomore season, Madisen Noll accomplished just about all she could at the high school level. Noll batted over .500, won Southeast Conference Player of the Year and was named 2nd-Team All-State. Now she’s set her sights on even bigger things by committing to Lindenwood University (Mo.), which is transitioning to NCAA Division I this summer.

“I’ve been playing softball since I was 7 years old, and I am really excited for the opportunity to continue to play D1 softball with new teammates at Lindenwood University,” Noll said.

There will be one familiar face at Lindenwood. Fellow 2023 ScoutU prospect Joey Meyer, her Queen of Diamonds teammate, is also committed to the Lions. Noll was drawn by the school’s complete college experience.

“Lindenwood stood out, because it offers the academic program I’m interested in pursuing, exercise science with a minor in nutrition,” Noll said. “I was also really impressed by their campus, facilities and all of the resources available to student-athletes to help them succeed academically.”

Last spring with Oak Creek High School (Wis.), Noll scored 39 runs while totaling 19 extra-base hits and racking up 38 RBIs. In addition to her offensive numbers, she brings tremendous ability up the middle.

“Madisen is one of the most athletic shortstops I’ve seen in my 14 years of scouting,” ScoutU’s Jason Lauren said. “She has athletic actions and a rocket arm at 67 mph across the infield. She also gets it done at the plate and won Conference Player of the Year as a sophomore. I think Madisen will excel at the D1 level.”

Noll has the work ethic to wake up at 5 a.m. for conditioning, all while making the Honor Roll (3.5 GPA) and continuing to hone her softball skills. These are the reasons why she had multiple offers and found a great softball program (28-6 record this year).

“Madisen was a pleasure to help with her recruiting,” Lauren said. “She was always on top of things and did what she needed to give her the best chance to get recruited by several schools.”

Noll still has more than a year left of high school. But now that she’s made her college decision, she can focus on enjoying the rewarding experience of being a student-athlete.

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“I’ve been playing softball since I was 7 years old, and I am really excited for the opportunity to continue to play D1 softball with new teammates at Lindenwood University.

Madisen Noll

2023 ScoutU softball prospect

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