It’s your story to write…

My name is Sydney Supple and I am a student-athlete at Northwestern University. I have always strived to be more than a ballplayer and continue to build on my story. I am beyond grateful for softball and all it has blessed me with, but I am even more thankful for the platform it has given me to make a change. As a young girl from Oshkosh, Wisconsin I want to make a statement that you can be from any small town in the country and make it on the big stage. In high school, I raised $110,000 to build a high-class softball field to give back to my community and inspire the next generation. With the recent passing of NIL rights for college-athletes, I look forward to partnering with companies that share my vision and values as I hope to continue the story and create a platform where females feel EMPOWERED.


I am a junior in the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Journalism with a minor in Sociology, and certificates in Integrated Marketing & Communications and Leadership.

As a student-athlete on the Softball Team, I am the Nutrition Ambassador, co-founder of UNCUT, NU for Life Board Member, Athletes In Action Northwestern Board Member, and am a member of The Association of Women in Sports Media,


  • BigTen Academic All American 2021
  • Wisconsin Three Time Gatorade Player of the Year – 2017, 2019, 2019
  • NFCA High School All American – Pitcher – 2019
  • Max Preps National Player of the Year – 2019
  • Wisconsin Sports Award Softball Player of the Year – 2018, 2019
  • Wisconsin Division I State Softball Champion and Player of the Year – 2019
  • Partner in Philanthropy Award – Oshkosh Area Community Foundation – 2019 (in recognition of the Rainbow Park Softball Field I built after raising over $110,000)


As a writer, reporter, and host of “Round the Bases” and “That’s My Spin On it”, I have been able to provide an inside look at our Northwestern Softball team. In April 2021, I hosted an interview on the NCAA Softball’s Instagram with then Graduate Student Morgan Newport.