By: Matt Rothman
Coral Springs resident Noah Greenseid is officially committed to playing college baseball at Notre Dame.
While Greenseid is set to graduate in 2023 from St. Thomas Aquinas High School, he still has a year and a half left to play on the varsity team. However, committing will be something that Greenseid remembers for the rest of his life.
“Committing has been a dream come true that I have worked so hard for a very long time,” said Greenseid. “Playing baseball in college has always been a goal of mine. Having the ability to do so is a blessing I am forever thankful for.”
Greenseid, who has lived in Venetian Isles in Coral Springs his entire life, began playing baseball at five and fell in love with the sport. He went on to play for little league and travel ball two years later and has been on the varsity team since he was a freshman.
His first appearance on the mound came during his sophomore season, where he won three of his first starts. In 23 innings, Greenseid pitched to an ERA of 1.96 and struck out 30 hitters.
This year, he is already 1-0 and has a save in three appearances. Greenseid has allowed only two runs this season and two hits in seven at-bats this year. St. Thomas is currently 6-3 this year after they went 20–4 last season before falling in the Regional Semifinals.
His decision to attend Norte Dame in college came down to two factors. Greenseid wanted to attend a solid academic school plus an extremely competitive team. After visiting in November and seeing the campus, the decision was easy. Notre Dame is currently the number one ranked team in the Latest Baseball America Rankings. They came into the week with a record of 12-1.
Greenseid also comes from an athletic family. Both his cousins and Uncle played Division 1 Baseball in college, and he credits his family for all they have done.
They support me with everything I do and give me as much guidance as possible,” Greenseid said. “Also, my trainer Tom Flynn completed changed me as a player, and my pitching coach impacted me greatly on the mound.”
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- Matt Rothman is a 2018 graduate from Florida Gulf Coast University receiving his bachelor’s degree in journalism. He is now attending the University of Florida as a graduate student.
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