Noah Lott Commits to Play Baseball and Study Music in New York City

Noah Lott Commits to Play Baseball and Study Music in New York City

Noah Lott, with his father John looking on, officially signs With Alliance University. {Courtesy}

By: Matt Rothman

Coral Springs resident Noah Lott is officially committed to continuing his baseball career at Alliance University in New York City. 

Lott, who is a senior at Archbishop McCarthy High School, was also accepted into the Alliance University School of music as well.

“Committing has made me feel amazing, said Lott. “Being able to play baseball in college is a dream of mine. I am also glad that I was able to find a school that fit me academically and with a great social environment.”

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Lott previously attended Park Trails Elementary School and then Coral Springs Middle School. He began playing baseball with North Springs Little League, the Parkland Pokers, the Boca Hitman, and the Florida Aces. He is currently in his third season on the varsity baseball team.

After pitching to an ERA of 2.80 as a sophomore, he went 3-2 with a save, and Lott averaged more than a strikeout per inning. 

Lott started his music career when he was young, playing all different instruments. Despite wanting to be a drummer, in sixth grade, he chose the saxophone and currently plays the bass, guitar, and saxophone.

Noah Lott Commits to Play Baseball and Study Music in New York City

Noah Lott. {Courtesy}

“I was able to put my mind on something else,” Lott added. “When it came to the end of middle school, I was first chair alto and received an award for most improved. In high school, having my dad as a band director was awesome.”

When deciding on where to attend college, Lott wanted to find the school with the best atmosphere. He also developed a great relationship with the coaching staff and wanted to do it to relieve a bit of pressure by committing before the start of the season. 

Lott began his senior season on Monday and hopes to become more physical before attending college, where Alliance University just on their first game since 2019 on Saturday. 

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Matt Rothman is a 2018 graduate from Florida Gulf Coast University receiving his bachelor’s degree in journalism and then graduated from the University of Florida as a graduate student.

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