SOSEH BROGLIN

CLASS: 2025

POSITIONS: LHP/1B/2B

HEIGHT: 5-9

WEIGHT: 175

BATS: L

THROWS: L

GPA: NA

ACT: NA

MAJOR: Law

HIGH SCHOOL: Scheduled to be at St. Catherine Academy starting 2021-22

CLUB TEAM: Motor City Madness 14U (#24)

HOMETOWN: Farmington Hills, MI

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STATS

SKILLS: Fastball sits 56-59 mph, touches 62 mph, 43-54 mph curveball, 35-53 mph changeup

2021 CLUB (MOTOR CITY MADNESS 14U): Pitching — 15-5, 3.65 ERA, 84.1 IP, 114 SO, 44 ER; Batting — .532 BA, 79 AB, 42 H, 7 HR, 41 RBI, 9 2B, 7 3B

2020 FALL CLUB (MOTOR CITY MADNESS 12U): Pitching — 3.01 ERA, 30 1/3 IP, 31 H, 31 SO; Batting – .515 BA, 33 AB, 17 H, 3 2B, 1 3B, 2 HR, 18 RBI

2019-20 CLUB (MOTOR CITY MADNESS 12U): 19-7 pitching record, 1.84 ERA, 115 SO, 503 BF; Batting: .498 BA, 42 H, 14 2B, 8 3B, 2 HR, .750 SLG

ATHLETIC HONORS

NSA FASTPITCH FEVER (MAY 2021, GRAND BLANC, MI)
Silver Medal finalists
2 Game MVPs
.700 BA (7/10), 2 HR, 6 RBI, 3 2B; 12.1 IP, 12 SO, 6 H, 2 ER

USSSA INTER-LAKES CHAMPIONSHIP (MAY 2021, COMMERCE TWP., MI)
.615 BA (8/13), 5 RBI
17.2 IP, 16 H, 7 ER, 25 SO

USSSA JACK FROST CLASSIC (JAN. 2021, FT. WAYNE, IN)
Batting: .667 BA (4/6), 2 HRs, 5 RBI, 4 R
Pitching: 11 IP, 8 H, 3 ER, 18 SO

USSSA PUMPKIN BUSTER ELITE (OCT. 2020, MACOMB, MI)
.545 BA (6/11), 3 R, 4 RBI

PUMPKIN SMASH (SEPT. 2020, COMMERCE TOWNSHIP, MI)
.556 BA, 1.333 SLG, 9 AB, 5 H, 1 2B, 2 HR
0.00 ERA, 6.2 IP, 1 H, 10 SO
Team finished in 2nd place

USSSA MICHIGAN STATE CHAMPIONSHIP (AUG. 2020)
Team took 2nd place
5-1, 1.62 ERA, 21 SO, 26.2 IP
.588 BA (10/17), 4 doubles, 2 triples, 7 RBI

ALL-SANCTIONED WORLD SERIES, JULY 17-AUG. 2, 2020 (COLUMBUS, OH)
No-hitter
2 Game MVPs
2 home runs

2020 CLUB (MOTOR CITY MADNESS 12U)
1st place, USSSA Grand Slam, Midland, MI

2019 CLUB (MOTOR CITY MADNESS 12U)
Softball Team MVP

TENNIS
15+ medals in tournaments

TAEKWONDO
Bodan rank (junior black belt) in Taekwondo

evaluations

5-foot-9, 160 pounds. LHP/1B/2B. Throws L, bats L. Athletic (junior black belt Taekwondo, nationally ranked tennis player and plays basketball and volleyball for her school). Fastball sits 56-59 mph (touches 62 mph). Strikeout pitcher, utilizing spin, movement and location well. Hits corners consistently with fastball. Changeup (35-53 mph) is consistent, has late break (moves 3-4 feet from plate). Curveball (43-54 mph) breaks late (6-14 inches) and varies speed, depending on the batter. Doesn’t throw riseball (rises 3-8 inches) often, but is throwing it more often. Working on a sinker/screwball (doesn’t throw in games yet). True workhorse. Stays very composed, even when errors are made behind her. At the plate, usually bats No. 4 in the lineup. Power potential, gets many extra-base hits and some home runs. Always has high batting average. Working to improve speed on base paths. Extremely high work ethic. Multiple times a week, will hit 200 balls off a tee and will throw 300-400 pitches a week. Also works with Redline Athletic Development, which develops strength, footwork and overall athleticism. Very good student (Honor Roll).
— Jason Lauren, ScoutU Scout, 414-303-7607 (cell), Jason@ScoutU.com

MESSAGE FROM SOSEH

My name is Soseh Broglin, and I will be in the Farmington High School (MI) class of 2025. Although I do not have a GPA yet, I am in accelerated math and English classes. I desire to study pre-law in college and move on to be a lawyer. I believe that my ability to be coached and work through any challenge or problem in my way is what stands out about me. I play pitcher and first base. I have a lot of experience with these two positions, and I enjoy playing them very much. 

As a left-handed pitcher, I have developed some grips and delivery techniques that make my pitching tough to hit. I throw a very quick fastball as well. I am also a lefty power hitter, batting cleanup most of my career. My work ethic is what has always been special about me. I’ve always wanted to practice and get better as a softball player. I pride myself on outworking everyone around me. Multiple times a week, I usually hit 200 balls off the tee and self-critique my form every time. I go to the batting cages as much as possible. I practice fielding and long throws outside with my father several times a week. During the course of any given week, I throw between 300-400 pitches. I commit to and execute 40-minute cardio sessions at least twice per week. 

Softball has taught me some very valuable lessons that I live my life by. It’s taught me to be a leader and how to have mental strength. It has also taught me how to truly commit and dedicate myself. I knew from a very young age that I wanted to go all the way and play college softball. I knew that I wanted to be one of the best softball players in the world. Thanks for your time, and I look forward to speaking with you!

ACADEMICS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES

GPA: NA
ACT: NA
Class rank: NA
Enrollment: NA
Academic achievements: 6th Grade Honor Roll, 7th Grade Honor Roll
Community service: Power Middle School Food Drive
Other sports: Tennis, volleyball, basketball, Taekwondo
Extracurricular activities: Power Middle School Student Council, Armenian Apostolic Church Sunday School

SCHEDULES

2021 CLUB (MOTOR CITY MADNESS 14U)
May 29-30: NSA Salute to Service, Potterville, MI
June 4-6: Fastpitch Preseason Classic, Maumee, OH
June 18-20: USSSA State Championships, Canton, MI
June 26-28: Traverse City Beachside Bash, Traverse City, MI
July 8-10: USSSA Great Lakes National Championship, Canton, MI
July 17-18: USSSA Summer Slam, Livonia, MI
July 22-24: USSSA Midwest Elite Showcase, Battle Creek, MI