Girls Junior Varsity Softball, Girls Varsity Softball · NDA Softball- Class of 2020 Recognition

The Notre Dame Academy Athletic Department wishes to recognize our 2020 Softball seniors.  We would like to thank our seniors for their dedication to NDA Softball.  We wish them all the best with their futures!

NDA Softball WTOL 11 Sports Senior Spotlight from Coach Keesey.



NDA Softball Senior:  Anna Flores

Parents:  Amy and Roy Flores

Years of NDA Softball:  3

Honors:  2-year Varsity Letter Winner and TRAC All Academic.

Other Activities:  Cross Country (four years), Basketball (player for three years, video coordinator for one), Art Club, Social Media Club, National Art Honors Society, S.E.A.L. Team member, Link Crew leader, and Eucharistic Minister.

Most Memorable NDA Softball Moment:  Shattering the picture frame that hangs in the gym during batting practice of my first year playing softball for NDA. 

Plans After Graduation:  Attend Bowling Green State University and major in Sports Management. 


From Anna’s Parents:  “Anna is Passionate.  She’s passionate about our family, her friends, her academics, but most of all – she is passionate about her teams and teammates.  Her personal successes are second to the team successes because she’s passionate about the whole versus the individual.  She’s the first one to ask if a coach needs help, a teammate, the staff in the athletic department.  Her passion for athletics has led her to major in Sports Management in college with aspirations for sharing her passion with others in a professional career.  We are so proud of her and know that she will be so successful in her career!



 NDA Softball Senior:  Leah Klockowski

Parents:  Tiana and Steve Klockowski

Years of NDA Softball:  4

Honors:  3-year Varsity Letter Winner, Team MVP, Team Captain, TRAC Second Team, All-District Second Team, and Three-time TRAC All-Academic.

Other Activities:  Broomball.

Most Memorable NDA Softball Moment:  Hitting my first home run in my first game of high school softball.

Plans After Graduation:  Playing softball at Wheeling University and studying Nursing.


From Leah’s Parents:  After looking at the list of virtues we found ourselves coming back to Determination best describing Leah.  Whether it is in academics, athletics, or personal goals; unyielding determination is a constant force Leah wields to achieve an outcome she has set for herself.



NDA Softball Senior:  Caitlyn Kowalski

Parents:  Nicole and Matt Kowalski

Years of NDA Softball:  4

Honors: 4-year Varsity Letter Winner, Three-time Team MVP, Team Captain, Two-time TRAC First Team, Two-time TRAC Pitcher of the Year, Three-time All-District Second Team, Three-time TRAC All-Academic, and holds 6 NDA Softball Statistical Records.

Other Activities:  Played for the National Finesse team for three years.

Most Memorable NDA Softball Moment:  When I threw my first perfect game my freshman year in the District Semifinal against Ashland.

Plans After Graduation:  Playing softball at Bucknell University, major TBD.


From Caitlyn’s Parents:  “Caitlyn works very hard at everything she does.  She pushes herself at softball and grades at school.  She has never had to be told to get to practice or study.  She has accomplished all her successes such as being a nationally ranked athlete to a straight ‘A’ student all on her own.



NDA Softball Senior:  Madyson Zoltowski

Parents:  Lisa and Jim Zoltowski

Years of NDA Softball:  4

Honors:  4-year Varsity Letter Winner, TRAC Second Team sophomore and junior years, Team Captain, Coaches Award junior year, and TRAC All Academic.

Other Activities:  Travel Softball for Ohio Storm, Film Studies Club, Makers Club, Current Events Club, SEAL Team, Student Council Homeroom Rep, Ambassador, FIAT Evangelization Team, and Barista at SIP Coffee.

Most Memorable NDA Softball Moment:  Overall, the many hotel trips, but specifically the Tennessee trip.

Plans After Graduation:  Attend the University of Toledo, major in Exercise Science, minor in Spanish and study for Physical Therapy while playing softball there!


From Madyson’s Parents:  “Madyson has always been one of the loudest teammates in the dugout and on the field since she began playing softball.  She is always encouraging and supporting her teammates.  She often loses her voice because of this.


Go Eagles!