Madisen Noll

Base Info

Madisen Noll
Health Science
High School:
Oak Creek
Club Team:
Queen of Diamonds 18U (#2)
Oak Creek, WI
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SKILLS: 67 mph IF, 69 mph exit, 2.99 20-yard dash, 3.28 home-1st (on contact), 6.31 H-2nd, 12.59 H-H, 59 mph fastball (has touched 62 mph in lessons), 45 mph changeup, 52 mph dropball, 54 mph riseball, 4.52 5/10/5 shuttle, 7-0 broad jump

BLAST MOTION SWING ANALYTICS: 22.2 mph hand speed, 0.17 time to contact, 9.8 acceleration average, 69% on-plane efficiency

SOPHOMORE (OAK CREEK H.S.): .506 BA, .570 OBP, .871 SLG, 1.441 OPS, 27 G, 85 AB, 39 R, 43 H, 11 2B, 3 3B, 5 HR, 38 RBI, 6 BB, 8 K, 6 SB, .922 FPCT, 16 PO, 31 A, 4 E

2020 SUMMER/FALL CLUB (QUEEN OF DIAMONDS 16U): Batting — .412 BA, .446 OBP, .684 SLG, 1.131 OPS, 70 G, 187 AB, 59 R, 77 H, 18 2B, 6 3B, 7 HR, 65 RBI, 13 BB, 15 SO, 8 SB; Fielding — .888 FPCT, 63 PO, 128 A, 24 E; Pitching — 28-8, 3 SV 3.03 ERA, 179.0 IP, 100 R, 77 ER, 180 H, 122 SO, 75 BB

Athletic honors


Southeast Conference Player of the Year (.737 BA, 3 HR, 22 RBI in 13 conference games)

2nd-Team WFCA All-State 1st-Team WFCA All-District

1st-Team Southeast All-Conference Athlete of the Week (May 6)



1st place, NAFA State Championship (Mauston, WI)



5th Place, PGF Midwest Championships Gold Bracket (Peoria, IL)



ASA Class A State Champions

NSA State Runner Up



Varsity Letter (Freshman)


5-foot-5, 135 pounds, SS/RHP, bats R, throws R. Madisen is a VERY athletic player. At the plate, has a quick swing (69 mph exit), hitting gap to gap and is an extra-base threat and home run potential (hits 4-5 HRs a year). Selective at pitches swings at. Hits to opposite field, especially vs. faster pitchers. Working to hit inside pitches more consistently. At SS, has a strong arm (65 mph IF, tested at a showcase) with a quick release. Has excellent range, often going to the third-base line to grab pop ups. Solid communication in the field with teammates. Not afraid to dive. Makes very few errors. Working on making backhand more consistent. In the circle, fastball sits 59 mph (has touched 62 in lessons). Riseball has good spin and is her strikeout pitch. Can throw changeup (45 mph) for strikes. Dropball has good movement when gets on top of it. Can move around the strike zone well. Working on dragging foot (has been called for crow-hopping but lately hasn’t been an issue). Great work ethic. Does conditioning, including going for a 1-mile run in the mornings and getting a workout in after waking up at 4:45 a.m. before school. Gets pitching lessons. Good student (3.5 GPA).

— Jason Lauren, ScoutU Scout, 414-303-7607 (cell),

Offensively, Madisen is extremely strong, has quick hands and excellent hand/eye coordination, which generates home run power to all fields. She produces a ton of power due to her strong front side swing for a player of her size.  Madisen has an excellent eye, which provides lineup versatility from leadoff to cleanup hitter.

Defensively, Madisen plays shortstop when she is not pitching.  Madisen reads a ball well off the bat, has excellent footwork and a strong arm, which allows her to get into position and make plays look more routine than they actually are. While being the middle part of turning two, her sound footwork around the bag and strong arm are generally the difference maker in getting the double play. As a pitcher, Madisen has a full arsenal of pitches (fastball, change, drop and rise) to challenge batters. Madisen has the mental ability to focus on the task at hand and block out distractions.  As the pressure increases, Madisen rises to the moment.

Madisen’s biggest offensive improvement area in softball is to stay strong on the back side for as long as possible to read and react to the pitch before generating the strong front side swing. Defensively, Madisen’s fielding range will continue to expand as she continues her softball career. From a pitching perspective, locating pitches at an even higher rate will be a focus area.

Off the field, Madisen is an excellent student and a multi-sport athlete. As a freshman, Madisen lettered in varsity basketball. Madisen also excels in the classroom where she has made the Honor Roll both semesters of her freshman year.

— Troy Fields, Queen of Diamonds 16U coach

Message from Madisen

My name is Madisen Noll, class of 2023. I go to school at Oak Creek High School in Wisconsin. I’m a 5-foot-5, 135-pound shortstop and pitcher. I have a 3.5 cumulative GPA and would like to major in health science. My infield velocity is 67 mph. I am a gap/power hitter with a .506 batting average and 1.441 OPS in my sophomore season when I was named the Conference Player of the Year and 2nd-Team All-State.

Something that stands out about my hitting is my quick swing and my ability to see the ball as it comes in. Defensively, I have very few errors and will always go all out for a ball. As a shortstop, my greatest strengths are being able to read the ball quickly off the bat and having a fast arm speed. Overall, one of my strongest qualities is my mental game, because I can always put the past behind me and focus on the end goal. Outside of school and sports, I also volunteer at youth sport camps and help out at my local Salvation Army. In addition to year-round pitching lessons, I work out at least five times a week. My desire is to play softball competitively at the college level, and I am very dedicated to putting in the effort to achieve this.

I appreciate you taking the time to read about me, and I look forward to hearing from you.

Academics and other activities

GPA: 3.5


Class rank: NA

Enrollment: 2,089

Academic achievements: Honor Roll (freshman)

Community service: Youth Sport Camp Volunteer; Salvation Army

Other sports: Basketball



Oct. 1-3: Sparks Fall Classic, Orland Park, IL

Oct. 16-17: Top 100 Showcase, Kokomo, IN

Oct. 22-24: St. Louis Showcase, Chesterfield, MO