Lynsey Meeks Biography

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Lynsey Meeks is a well-known softball player and also a top student in her class. She started her softball career in 2018 by appearing in Jacksonville (2/24) making her collegiate debut and hitting her first hit.

Early life

Lynsey was born in Westerville, Ohio on November 11 and raised by her mother Debbie Meeks, and her father Tim Meeks. Apart from the names of her parents, there is no further information about them. As far as her siblings are concerned then she has a sister Arie Meeks and a brother Tyler Meeks. Lynsey went to school in Worthington Christian. She is currently graduating and majoring in exercise science and kinesiology. Meeks is a member of the national honor society and house leader on the student council. She is in the top 15% of students in her class. She is also an honor roll member.

Lynsey Meeks Career

Lynsey started her career in softball at a very young age. She started playing in school and then on the college team. She played for the Beverly bandits. Then she was Beverly’s 16U 2014 PGF runner-up, and 18U ASA 2015 and 2016 gold national champion. She was named 2014 first-team all-division 3 and first-team all Mid-state league. Then in 2015 she was given various names and felicitated. She has been given the name second time all state, the First team all division three, First team all mid-league, and player of the year for mid-state league division Ohio. In 2016 she was named First-team all-state, dispatch first-team all-metro, first-team all-division 3, first-team all mid-state league, and player of the year for mid-state league division Ohio.

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As a freshman, she came in the year 2018. She appeared in a total of 23 games and had a total of 364 hits. Meeks registered two runs on eight hits along with three RBIs. She made her collegiate debut at Jacksonville (2/24) registering her first hit on her first bat. She managed to knock her first double against Arkansas Pine Bluff (3/9). Then she came as a sophomore in the year 2019. She played in 21 games in the 2019 campaign, starting in four. In that game, she recorded three hits and two RBIs. She had her first hit of the season against Arizona State at the ASU Invitational (3/7).

Lynsey came as a junior in the year 2020. She appeared in 11 games making two starts as a designated player. She notched four hits and one double. Then she recorded her first hit and RBI of the season against Austin Peay (2/22/20). Lynsey was on the dean’s list for the spring 2020 list and for the fall 2019 president’s list. She and her team won the last women’s college world series in Oklahoma City last Tuesday in which Meeks showed a tremendous job.

Lynsey Meeks Biography

Real Name Lynsey Meeks
Birth Date November 11, 1998
Age (as of 2022) 23 Years
Birth Place Westerville, Ohio, USA
Nationality American
Profession Softball Player
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Scorpio

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 4’ 11” – in Centimeters – 149 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 104 kg  –  in Pounds –  230 lbs
Shoe Size 6 (U.S.)
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Black
Body Type Average


Father Tim Meeks
Mother Debbie Meeks
Sister One (Arie Meeks)
Brother One (Tyler Meeks)


School Worthington Christian
College James Madison University

Relationship Status

Marital Status In Relationship
Affair Yes
Is she Lesbian/Gay? Yes
Who is her Girlfriend? Morgs
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Personal information

Lynsey Meeks is lesbian and openly supports LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer). She has a girlfriend named Morgs who is a sports player and plays basketball. So far, she has amassed 9309 followers on Instagram.

Lynsey Meeks Net worth

A proper estimation of Lynsey’s net worth is still not disclosed. But most of her income comes from softball as she is a professional baseball player. She is a very dedicated sportsperson and we wish her all the best in her future endeavor.


  • Lynsey supports pride and has announced she is a lesbian.
  • She was on the dean’s list in fall 2017 and spring 2018 and also in sophomore year’s fall 2019 and spring 2020.
  • Lynsey had the CAA commissioner’s academic honor roll for fall 2019 and spring 2020.
  • She and her team won JMU’s women’s college world series 2021 last Tuesday in Oklahoma City.

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