FAN Class of 2024 ‘Linda Kreiser Female Athlete Scholarship’ nominee: meet Madeline Bogle

Name: Madeline Bogle


High School: Gwynedd Mercy Academy


College: The Ohio State, undecided


Position: Defense/Midfield


Extracurricular Activities: Student Council Vice President, National Honor Society, Leadership Council Chair of Athletics, Coaching and playing at my club (Mayhem), Morgan’s Message Ambassador, Cooking, CYO Volleyball and Basketball


Why Ohio State? “While looking at colleges, I knew I wanted to be somewhere with a strong team culture, hard work ethic, and a competitive atmosphere. On and off the field, team culture is always my top priority. I am a firm believer that the teams with the best culture are the most successful because they work for each other and know how to push each other, all while constantly supporting one another. While at Ohio State, I knew this was the perfect spot, as I watched how the coaching staff has a unique relationship with each athlete. Additionally, the athletes hold each other to the highest standards. Along with the beautiful facilities and campus, there is an amazing environment on and off the field – a perfect level of competitiveness I need in my everyday life. I am excited to be challenged and continue to grow as an athlete at Ohio State.”


Describe a field hockey memory you won’t forget. And, why? “I will never forget my sophomore year playoff run. I play DCM, so as a sophomore, I was not much of an offensive presence, only scoring one goal before the District Championship. Gaining confidence during the game, I scored two goals to put us ahead of our league rival, ultimately achieving a 3-1 win, after losing and tying them in the regular season. I loved celebrating afterwards with my teammates and preparing for states. During states, we advanced to the State Championship. It was incredible watching our school come out and support our team each game while getting closer to my teammates every day. My memories are not necessarily from the games, but rather the fun we had at practice, the leadership that inspired me to be the person I am today, and the time I shared with family and friends before and after games. I will always remember the impact of my family’s support as a young starter, as well as how the upperclassman taught me to have confidence in myself and push my limits to reach my full potential.”


Athletes in the running are tasked to gather as many of their supporters as possible to vote for them. The winner we receive a $5,000 scholarship. The first $2,500 payment will be given to the winner before departing for college. The second $2,500 payment, which requires a 3.0 GPA, will be given to the winner at the start of the second semester.


The vote will take place November 20 to 26. Voters receive one vote.


Vote – FAN (


The winner will be announced Monday, November 27.

*Voters must have either a $10 or $100 subscription. To participate, you must be from Pennsylvania, a Class of 2024 senior, and committed to play in college. Class of 2023 graduates were also invited to participate, who committed and signed with their respective college or university between January and June of 2023.  


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