Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Mark Watts Northern KY Bandits 18U Edgewood KY
High School David MeierII
Position
Primary Position Starting Pitcher
Secondary Positions 2B, SS
batting
AVG GP AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG% BB SO OBP% OPS SB CS
Career .537 86 258 137 137 29 10 15 121 0.895 37 10 .620 1.515 81 4
Season .569 22 65 44 35 7 4 2 26 0.892 8 2 .654 1.546 35 1
fielding
E
Career 26
Season 4
pitching
ERA W L APP GS IP K CG SHO SV
Career 2.21 64 50 114 114 651 791 112 22 -
Season 1.47 13 3 16 16 91 118 15 4 -
team
Wins Losses
69 61
Physical Attributes
Stance Throwing arm Vertical jump Bench Press (max)
R R - -
Softball Honors

Villa Madonna Academy Varsity Softball
Co-Captain, Sophomore, Junior, Senior;
Most Valuable Player, 8th grade & Junior;
Blue Lightning Award, Sophomore;
Starting pitcher earning varsity letter 6th grade through Senior;
High school career will have included 7 years as a starting varsity pitcher;
Selected to NKY Softball Coaches Association Junior All-Star Team;
KY Softball Coaches Association, State All-Academic First Team, Junior;
Invited on North American Select National Team competing in the 2018 Cup International Fastpitch Championship in Rotterdam, Netherlands (Arsenal United), Junior;
NKY Softball Coaches Association and NKY Athletic Directors/All-Conference
Division III Player of the Year, 8th grade & Freshman;
Division III First Team, Sophomore & Junior;
Division III Honorable Mention, 7th grade;
Cincinnati Enquirer Spring Sports High School Team, Fastpitch Softball
First Team, 8th grade & Freshman;
Honorable Mention, 7th grade, Sophomore & Junior;
34th District All-Tournament Team, 7th grade, Freshman, Sophomore, Junior;
9th Region All “A” Classic Tournament Team, Sophomore & Junior;
Nominated, Softball Player of the Year by the Cincinnati Enquirer -- recognized at the inaugural Greater Cincinnati Sports Award Banquet as a Finalist, Freshman;
Nominated Softball Player of the Week, Cincinnati Enquirer, Freshman, Sophomore, Junior.

Softball Additional

The offensive stats listed here are incomplete in regard to hitting from my varsity seasons in 6th and 7th grade. The score books and statistical records from my high school were missing statistical categories for those years.

During summer, I am one of 3 pitchers with a premier travel team, Northern KY Bandits.
I have been told frequently by program and opposing coaches, while I am a talented P, my best position is actually 2B or SS, so I am looking to be recruited as a mid-infielder or utility player.
Throughout my softball career, I have been utilized in all nine positions and am happy to play wherever needed to help benefit my team most. I was naturally drawn to the mound initially from arm strength developed while swimming competitively, and also composure I learned from my experiences as goalie since the age of eight. However, no matter how many strikeouts, shutouts, no-hitters, or perfect games notched in my career, there is nothing more invigorating or satisfying than a diving catch at 2B or throwing a runner out from your knees, because these skills are innate and come intuitively. I thrive on being a student of the game by putting my athleticism and intellectual capacity to the task with every competition.

Academics


GPA
SAT Reading
SAT Writing
SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
Villa Madonna Academy High School
School City
Villa Hills
School State
KY
Guidance Counselor
Walter Ingram/Jessica Zai
Guidance Counselor Phone
Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
40
School Size
200
TOEFL Score
Class Rank
-
School Division
Private - Diocese of Covington
Major Category
Psychology
Major
Clinical, Counseling and Applied Psychology, Other
Other Academic Information
Interested in two areas right now: Pursuing a degree in Exercise Science/Kinesiology/Psychology to continue studies with a graduate degree in Psychology and career as Sports Psychologist. Also Forensic Science to work with Crime Lab Analysis
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Personal


First Name
Brooke
Last Name
Meier
Address
City
State
Zip
Country
Email
Phone
Athlete's Mother
Athlete's Father
Gender
F
Height
5'5"
Weight
135
Birthdate
NCAA Clearinghouse ID
Personal Highlights

Five-sport varsity athlete (soccer, volleyball, basketball, softball and track) with a 3.9 GPA and 31 ACT Cumulative, receiving accolades both academically and athletically;

Only Northern KY high school player recruited for a Select National Team competing in the 2018 Cup International Fastpitch Championship in Rotterdam, Netherlands;

Ambassador of Villa Madonna Academy and proven leader in the classroom and on the field/court - served as an elected class officer of Student Council for two years, currently elected officer of National Honor Society/NHS, captain of multiple varsity sports: Alternate/Co-Captain Volleyball (senior year), Basketball (sophomore, junior & senior year), and Softball (sophomore, junior & senior year).

Selected as one of the high school models for Second Date Dresses, which holds sponsored activities such as Fashion Shows for non-profits, like Chicks N Chucks supporting Breast Cancer (Senior year)

ALL ATHLETICS (Honors and Awards):
Villa Madonna Academy Varsity Soccer:
Starting goalie earning varsity letter, Freshman through Junior (now as a Senior, when I decided not to pursue college soccer, I opted to play Volleyball with my friends instead);
During Sophomore season, led defense to break school record for most consecutive shutouts (10) and total shutouts (12), placing us 2nd in KHSAA record book;
9th Region All “A” Classic - All Tournament Team, Junior;
9th Region 2nd Team, Junior;
NKY Coaches Association Division III First Team, Junior;
NKY Athletic Conference Division III First Team, Junior;
Cincinnati Enquirer Preps Player of the Week, Junior;
34th District All-Tournament Team, Sophomore.

Villa Madonna Academy Varsity Volleyball:
Returned to Varsity Team my Senior year after playing both HS Soccer and Volleyball 7th, 8th and 9th grade, until game time conflicts/cross-overs became overwhelming;
I am an alternate Co-Captain with the other Seniors on the team;
I will be earning a letter in this my 5th varsity sport.

Villa Madonna Academy Varsity Basketball:
Starter earning a varsity letter, 8th grade through Senior;
Co-Captain, Sophomore through Senior;
Villa Most Valuable Player, Junior;
Villa Blue Lightning Award, Sophomore;
Northern KY Coaches Association Division III All-Star Team, Junior;
Northern KY 9th Region Team Honorable Mention, Junior;
NKAC Division III All-Conference Team, Junior;
Villa Holiday Classic All-Tourney Team, Junior;
34th District All-Tournament Team, Junior;
Cincinnati Enquirer Preps Player of the Week, Junior;
9th Region All “A” Classic - All Tournament Team, Sophomore;
Heading into my senior season, just 93 points away from joining the prestigious 1,000 Point Club, an honor held by only 13 athletes in Villa's history.

Villa Madonna Varsity Track:
Awarded Villa’s Rookie of the Year, Junior;
Threw school record for TurboJav (94-07), Junior;
Division III Conference Champ in TurboJav and 4x100 (setting meet record); placed 3rd in 100 Meter Dash and Shot Put, Junior;
Member of first ever Villa Girls Track Team to win Conference Championship, Junior;
Awarded MVP/Athlete of the Villa Field Meet for most points scored, Junior.

Villa Madonna Academy Varsity Softball:
Co-Captain, Sophomore through Senior;
Most Valuable Player, 8th grade & Junior;
Blue Lightning Award, Sophomore;
Starting pitcher earning varsity letter, 6th grade through Junior;
Selected to NKY Softball Coaches Association Junior All-Star Team, Junior;
KY Softball Coaches Association, State All-Academic First Team, Junior;
NKY Softball Coaches Association and NKY Athletic Directors/All-Conference
Division III Player of the Year, 8th grade & Freshman;
Division III First Team, Sophomore & Junior;
Division III Honorable Mention, 7th grade;
Cincinnati Enquirer Spring Sports High School Team, Fastpitch Softball
First Team, 8th grade & Freshman;
Honorable Mention, 7th grade, Sophomore & Junior;
34th District All-Tournament Team, 7th grade, Freshman, Sophomore, Junior;
9th Region All “A” Classic - All Tournament Team, Sophomore & Junior;
Nominated, Softball Player of the Year by the Cincinnati Enquirer -- recognized at the inaugural Greater Cincinnati Sports Award Banquet as a Finalist, Freshman;
Nominated Cincinnati Enquirer Preps Player of the Week, Freshman through Junior.

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

I have always been committed to being the best athlete that I can possibly be. Throughout junior high and high school, this has involved maximizing my athletic potential in multiple sports. Some days, that required leaving the gym from one practice to head to the field for another, or vice versa. Yet through it all, I maintained a strict regiment of balancing academics and athletics so that my primary focus was on being a STUDENT-athlete, as my GPA reflects. In contemplating the process of becoming a college athlete, there is no doubt in my mind that I am prepared to be recruited to play softball in college. My daily experiences and sacrifices have been focused around the game I love unconditionally, and I am not ready for my time on the field to end. Competitive softball is my motivation and mental connection to academic success. I have been blessed with ability, passion and determination to continue my athletic pursuits, and have been preparing through every high school experience for academic and athletic success in college . I am confident that I possess the physical and academic capability to compete at a higher level and am a worthy candidate to be recruited.

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

I am proud to be an ambassador of Villa Madonna Academy in the classroom and on the field or court. I have served in leadership positions as elected by my peers. Freshman and Sophomore year I was elected Class Treasurer on Student Council. In this my Senior Year, I was elected Director of Communications for the National Honor Society. These leadership positions require integrity, accountability, organization and dedication. We are held to the highest standards of all NHS students and committed to additional roles of leadership and service in the community and on campus.

Among my athletic teams, I am a captain of three varsity squads as selected by the coaches, subject to approval by the principal and athletic director. I have been captain of varsity basketball for three years, varsity softball for three years, and alternate/co-captain volleyball one year. The responsibilities of athletic captains include roles on and off the field/court. We initiate the start of warm-ups/pre-game routines, make sure all the equipment is accounted for and dugouts/locker rooms are better or cleaner than when we arrived, we are assigned speaking responsibilities with umps and refs and must maintain respectful relationships at all times, initiate team huddles or pep talks and motivational speeches, we also have communication and leadership roles that involve keeping everyone academically motivated and eligible, serve as a role model to other players in effort, performance and attitude, occasionally discuss game scenarios or plays with coaches, and lastly anything that arises which the coaches feel fall under the realm of captain. It carries huge responsibility, but I am proud to have earned the respect and trust of my coaches to be named captain, in not one but THREE sports. These leadership experiences and admiration of teammates are priceless!

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.
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Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

I consider volunteering a vital component to my overall educational experience. I was raised from a very early age to value the dignity of all people by getting involved to help my community. This philosophy and my love of interacting with people gives me an appreciation for any service contributions I can make, while focusing on learning something from every situation. I volunteer to help others, to make a difference, to affect positive change. During the past three summers I have had the opportunity to host a clinic with my soccer team at Redwood and The Diocesan Catholic Children's Home, where I have experienced ways to work with children who have special needs and/or mild behavioral difficulties. This year I began volunteering with Big Brothers Big Sisters, as well as tutoring Villa elementary students one day a week after school. In these community service opportunities, I find motivation to grow and reach beyond the expected, representing the values upon which my youth and education are founded.

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