Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Mike Macken and Sam Macken Rochester Royals16U Rochester MN
Primary Position Third Base
Secondary Positions 1B
Career - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Season .480 57 152 64 73 28 11 10 96 2.096 21 - .710 - 36 -
Career - - - - - - - - - -
Season - - - - 57 - - - - -
Physical Attributes
Stance Throwing arm Vertical jump Bench Press (max)
R R - -
Softball Honors

2017: THE Academy Training Facility Off Season Specialized Training-MN
2017: RCTC "Rome In The Dome Winter Dome League" (Jan-March 1, 2017)
2017: Rochester Royals 16U
August-October 2017 Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine EXOS Sports Training Pilot Program (Strength, Agility, Diet)
August 2016: ASA/USA A Nationals Ames/Nevada
July 2016: Scheel's Midland Magic College Showcase Springfield IL UIC
July 2016: PGF Summer Sizzler
June 2016: ASA Gold State
June 2016: PGF S & C College Showcase 2nd Place
June 2016:ASA Heartland Showcase and National Qualifier-Swept the Tourney and qualified for Nationals -Champs
June 2016: ASA Gold League
June 2016: Bloomington Elite National Qualifier-3nd Place
May 2016: Varsity Softball All Conference Honorable-Mention
May 2016: Varsity Softball Letter Winner 4th year in a row
May 2016 Listed on MSHL records for triples in a single season
May 11, 2016 2 RBI's 3 SB in the park HR
May 10,2016: 3 hits and one Homerun
May 9, 2016:
May 5, 2016: 2 RBI's 3 SB
April 25, 2016: 1 2B, 2RBI, 1R
April 2016: Batted 1000 with 2 Doubles in Varsity Softball Game 2 Runs, 3 RBI's
April 2016: Featured in Rochester Post Bulletin's Heroes and Highlights for 2 Triples in a Single Game
April 20, 2016: Double-Triples in Varsity Softball Game
April 19, 2016: 2 3B
September 2015: ASA MN State Tier 1 Consolation Champs out of 69 Teams
August 2015: ASA All Star Team-Home Run
August 2015: ASA All Star Team- team went undefeated in tournament
August 2015 ASA Nationals 4th Place Finishers
August 2015: ASA Nationals 3- Run Homer
July 2015: ASA/USA JO National Player of the Week
July 2015: ASA State Qualifier-Home Run
July 3, 2015: RingNeck International Invitational- Home Run
June 13, 2015: Bloomington Elite BASH-Home Run
June 12, 2015: Bloomington Elite BASH-Home Run
June 6, 2015: Lakeville Grand SLAM- Home Run
June 2015: Invited to Softball Factory Under Armour National Tryout
May 18, 2015: 1 3B, 1 RBI, 1SB
Spring 2015: Minnesota State High School League listed me on their records page for double-triples in 1 game
Spring 2015: Double-Triples and 2 RBI's in 1 game.
APRIL 17 2015: Featured in Rochester Post Bulletin Rochester MN Heroes and Highlights section of paper. (Double-Triples and 2 RBI's in 1 Game)
Fall 2014: ASA-Tier 1 A State Consolation Runner- Up. (100+ Teams)
Fall 2014: Nationally qualified for PGF Nationals in Summer 2015.
2014 My Rochester Royals 14UA/Miken Non-League Stats: AB: 22/ H:13/ 1B:8/ 2B: 4/ 3B:0 HR:1/ RBI:9/ R: 17/ HBP:1/ BB: 5/K: 1/ AVG:.591/OBP:.679/ SLG: .909
2014: ASA 14UA Northern Nationals- Rochester Royals

2014: USSSA World Series- Rochester Royals
2014: 1st Place MN IRISH College Showcase June 14/15-Qualified for USSSA World Series
2014: Summer Rochester Royals 14A/Miken
2014: 3 Home Runs (210 Fence) 4/26/14 and 5/15/14 for Varsity Team. 6/22 at Irish College Showcase
2014: Starting 1st Baseman High School Varsity-2nd Year letter winner- 2 over the fence home-runs in 2 weeks. (210 Fences)
2013: 16U Rochester Royals Club Team-Fall Ball (Age 13)- Steve Lewison Head Coach
2013: Varsity Letter Winner in 7th Grade-Fast pitch (Age 12)
2013: Starting 1st Baseman for High School 2013: Varsity Team as a 7th Grader.(age 12)
2013: Team placed 3rd in ASA State
2015: Double-Triples in one game 4/17/15 Featured in Heroes and Highlightes in Rochester Post Bulletin-Rochester, MN.
2013: Team invited to ASA Northern Nationals
2013: Game Changer revealed in my 5 game ASA State Tourney appearance this summer, .800 OBP = .833/SLG=1.600/OPS=2.433. She had 1 HR, 2 3B,1 2B, 12 RBI's and 9 R with no SO's
2012: 12U Team played in the ASA National Championships

Softball Additional

I thrive on pressure and love knowing that I have the power to hit the bombs over the fence in those clutch situations. I also know that sometimes even if you have power, the best thing for your team is to hit some green and advance the runners. I don't play selfish ball-it is about my team and I will do whatever it takes to help my sisters win. I had a Walk- Off Single in a State Softball Tourney last year. I also had my first 3-point "Buzzer-Beater" in my Spring State Basketball Tourney last year so those were great memories. While I love those moments, the best part is knowing I tried, succeeded, and my team mates would have had my back regardless.


SAT Reading
SAT Writing
SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
Dover-Eyota Secondary
School City
School State
Guidance Counselor
Tom Surprenant
Guidance Counselor Phone
Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
School Size
Class Rank
School Division
Major Category
Health Professions and Related Sciences
Pre-Medicine/Pre-Medical Studies
Major Category
Other Academic Information
Interested in Medicine and currently maintaining a 3.8. I was recently invited to apply to National Honor Society and interviewed to be a Peer Helper at school. I was voted 2015 Sophomore Homecoming Royalty for my class. I am in Spanish Club. I received an Physical Education Award at High School Academic Awards Day. I am also a Soccer Goalie and play basketball at school. I also played Elite Basketball (Rochester SHOCK and Southern MN Elites) I am in Concert Band, Pep Band and I made Honor Guard for Marching Band and traveled to Orlando Florida for competition. I have also done Jazz Band. I am an active volunteer in the community. (Polar Plunge for Special Olympics, Miracle League Buddy, Law Enforcement Torch Run, National Student Athlete Advisory Board just to name a few) One thing I have been taught by parents and coaches is that my academics need to remain strong along with my athletic performance. I have been lucky to have never struggled in the classroom. I now realize that college is for learning, and being able to represent that college in sports is the icing on the cake. I believe the better my grades are, the easier it is for me to remain focused and dedicated to my sports team. I hope to play for a Division I College some day who also shares these same values. I can bring the full package and want to.
College coaches can sign up or login to see athletes' full profiles. It’s free and easy!


First Name
Last Name
Athlete's Mother
Athlete's Father
NCAA Clearinghouse ID
Personal Highlights

I love being active, growing as an individual and as a team. I don't remember a time I was not playing or watching sports. I started out playing baseball when I was 5 years old. It made me tough and I loved it! I can't imagine my life without sports! Hanging out with my team and making new friends. I love getting to know new coaches (I lost track of how many I have had) because each one teaches me something new.As I have went on to play higher club-level ball, it has made me want to work harder, practice longer and want it more. When you get to the club-level, every athlete is a competitor. This has helped me focus on further developing my skills which will help me stand out against tougher competition. I hope to be able to play on a Premier Gold -Level Club Team in the near future. One day I hope to be able to be a coach and help young athletes just like I was helped when I was young.

Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

I am a worker - I know I have to put in the time every day including weekends to prepare myself to compete. I have tall galls for myself and plan to achieve every one of them. I don't really have an off season - I set up a BowNet in my living room and hit daily -MN winter does not stop me from keeping my skills up. I want to play ball and represent a great school and be a good role model. I try to always remember that there are little girls watching me and I want to inspired them to play the game I love.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

I believe that being a leader means supporting your team and representing on and off the field or court. By this I mean- win or lose, in uniform or not, you need to respect yourself, the game, and be a good role model for others. I was coached early on to look around at your team mates. Each person has different gifts and abilities. The biggest thing is to not cheat yourself. Give 150% of your ability each practice and each game and ask your team mates to do the same. Even if we are all different, if we GIVE all we can each and every time, we will be winners. The scoreboard does not always reflect it, but inside- we truly will be and those are life lessons that we will have forever.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

Healthy athletic performance means taking care of your physical as well as your mental self. In order to be a good athlete and achieve your full potential, you have to do the basic things like get your rest, eat healthy, and exercise. However, sports is 90% mental so you have to prepare your mind so your body can help you be the best you can be. Taking care of your body will help prevent injuries. Healthy performance means supporting your team mates, listening to your coaches, showing respect for your opponent, fans, officials. Respecting the game. Realizing that it is not all about you-I am proudest when my team shows good sportsmanship and we win as well. Together it is a great combination. I am a worker. In softball, I get done with team practice and want more so I do more training and tee work at home. I am hardest on myself because I want to take my performance to the next level. My goal is to play the highest level club ball I can, then play for a college that recognizes my academic, community service and athletic ability, along with my competitive spirit, are a full package I have worked hard to build.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

I serve on the National Student Athlete Advisory Board (NSAAB) through Positive Coaching Alliance.I am 1 of 30 student athletes in the United States currently serving. I am a 3ECHO training volunteer helping with active shooter training with EMS/Fire/Police/S.W.A.T, Polar Plunge for Special Olympics- both plunging as well as volunteering during the event. Cabin Fever Bean Bag Tourney for Childhood Cancer Research. Law Enforcement TORCH Run, Olmsted County Adopt-A-Highway program,Miracle Field "buddy" for Miracle League Softball. I volunteer to help 8U and 10U softball players, My MN Lightning '18 Basketball team played in the Gus Macker 3ON3 Basketball Tourney to raise money for the YMCA. I am also an active member of our church as well as our church youth group.

Show more
College coaches can sign up or login to see athletes' full profiles. It’s free and easy!

Blog Posts

This athlete has not provided any recent blog posts. Check back soon!