MAJOR: Exercise Science
HIGH SCHOOL: Lincoln North Star (#18)
CLUB TEAM: Prodigy Easton Elite (#8)
HOMETOWN: Lincoln, Nebraska
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SKILLS: 2.97 H-1st, 58 mph OH, 1.78 pop, upper 60s mph exit, 3-hole hitter 2018 CLUB: .425 BA, .498 OBP, .531 SLG, 1.028 OPS, 207 PA, 179 AB
SOPHOMORE (LINCOLN NORTH STAR H.S.) LJS 1st-Team Class A All-State LJS 2nd-Team Superstate Heartland Athletic All-Conference LNS Gater Great Wall Of Fame (Softball) FRESHMAN (LINCOLN NORTH STAR H.S.) Varsity letter 2nd-Team All-District 2nd-Team All-Region
Lyndsey Roth is a 2021 OF/C from
and the Prodigy Easton Elite. Offensively, she will impress with that big lefty stick. Shes a 3/4-hole type hitter and sees the ball well. Ball exit speeds in the upper 60s with smooth, fast hands through the zone. Patient at the dish and will make a pitcher pay if she makes a mistake. Lyndsey is a kid that can go yard at any time, in any situation, so pitchers beware. Defensively, Lyndsey is an asset, whether roaming the grass or behind the plate. Her sub-3 speed enables her to play a legit OF and her arm supporting a 58 mph OH velo backs it up. Behind the plate, Lyndsey has an average pop right at 1.78. She transitions well and is accurate from either knees or in a standing position. Lyndsey has all of the intangibles and is a player her teammates lean on and look up to. Academics first (her dad is the assistant coach at Lincoln, Nebraska ) but keep an eye on this kid as she could definitely get it done at any level.
— Scott Woodcock, ScoutU Southeast Head Scout & Assistant Coach at Nebraska Wesleyan University , text or phone at 423-255-3106 or email@example.com Hiwassee College
MESSAGE FROM LYNDSEY
My name is Lyndsey Roth. I am a 2021 graduate from North Star High School in Lincoln, Nebraska. I play my competitive travel ball year round with the Prodigy Easton Elite. I currently have a 3.8 GPA and am working hard to bring that up even more. I dream of playing college softball, and I am certain you will see my determination and dedication to the sport through my ongoing work ethic. I am a catcher and believe my strongest skill set is my blocking and arm control. I work at all of my skills several times a week either with my team, my instructor or on my own. I will be the best player on the field each time I step out or I will work even harder. You won’t see anyone working harder than me! I have a 1.78 pop time, but I am working to get faster there, too. I enjoy breaking down a hitter to find one little weakness that I can help my pitcher take advantage of. I love it! My coach says I am a dependable hitter. I don’t strike out much, and I know exactly what my job is every time I step into the box. I do a lot of tee work to ensure my mechanics are solid. I have hit many home runs, but I am more of a line-drive hitter into the gaps for the most part. I show up to practice before anyone else and usually leave after everyone else as well. As the leader on the field, I feel I can never be good enough, so the work never stops. I will always work harder than everyone else, but I am always trying to learn from everyone else as well. This is important, because I also play other positions such as OF when I am not catching. I will play anywhere my team needs me at any given time and believe that as a catcher I should know how to play them all. When I am not playing, my family and I enjoy our outings together, which is my time to relax a bit but even on vacation, I have a glove and a bat and ready to get my work in. I am open to any school in the country that will give me an opportunity to play and earn my degree. If you believe that I may be good fit for you and your school, please contact me. I look forward to hearing from you and appreciate you reading a little about me.
ACADEMICS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES
GPA: 3.8 ACT: NA Class rank: 117 of 559 Enrollment: 2,290 Academic achievements: LNS Scholar Athlete 3-sport letter; LNS Highest Distinction Medal (4.0 GPA); A/B Honor Roll 3 years, BETA Club