Madison Shea

Columbia, CT
WT:125 LBS
Arm:59 MPH
20 YD:2.9 sec
01/12/20182018 Softball Factory All-America Pre-Season Tournament Play in this window
11/12/2017College PREP - Middletown (Hartford), CT Play in this window
Madison Shea Columbia, CT 855-822-5115
Grad Year:2020Height:5'5''Weight: 125 LBS
Primary Pos:OF Secondary Pos:Bats:RightThrows: Right
High School:EO Smith Summer Team:CT Freedom Elite
Exit Velo 69 Hand Size Medium Barrel Accuracy 75% Broad Jump 7'0''
Grip Strength Left:   72 Right:   82   5-10-5 Shuttle Left:   4.88 Right:   5.12  
RUNNING 20 yds:   2.9 Home to 1B:    3.33 THROWING Velocity:   59 Arm Strength:   48
OUTFIELD Fielding:   50
RH HITTINGHitting:   52 Power:   52  
OVERALL Position Projection: OF
01/12/2018 - 2018 Softball Factory All-America Pre-Season Tournament Madison's dedication to the game has earned her Softball Factory Pre-Season All-American honors. During the event Madison proved to be a leader on and off the field. In the box, Madison has a patient approach and her pitch recognition allows her to draw the walk. She works the middle of the field and shows consistent line drive power. In the OF, Madison has an aggressive approach to the ball. She reads the ball off the bat and takes good angles. She has a strong arm and she is always looking for the next play to challenge runners. She was able to come up with an awesome double play in game play for her team. Overall, Madison is a vocal player with the tools needed to play at the collegiate level.
11/12/2017 - College PREP - Middletown (Hartford), CT Madison is a 2020 OF with an advanced skill set. In the box, Madison is a RHH that uses a square stance with centered balance. She creates fluid rhythm with a back load. She generates hard contact, makes hard contact and is a gap-to-gap hitter. She is able to generate long ball power. Letting the ball travel will allow her to hit to all fields and behind runners when needed. In the OF, Madison is an aggressive player with agile range. She reads the ball well and takes the proper angles. She fields on time, makes a clean exchange and has a fluid arm action. Working to keep the ball down will allow her team mates to make cuts when needed. Overall, Madison has the tools needed to play at the collegiate level.