Honors & Awards
- Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2013)
2014 Season Outlook
Lotte Sjulin has the ability to fill a variety of roles for Nebraska as a freshman in 2014. She will spend the majority of her time competing for playing time in a Husker outfield that must replace two lost starters from a year ago. Sjulin is also a candidate to be one of Nebraska’s primary pinch runners this spring, a role that could prove key to the Huskers’ chances of a repeat trip to the Women’s College World Series.
Sjulin was a Class B all-state honoree as a senior, when she batted .444. She was also selected to play in the Nebraska Coaches Association All-Star Game last summer. Sjulin saw action in seven games during the Huskers’ fall season, primarily as a pinch runner. She scored seven runs and fielded her only chance in the outfield.
Sjulin is one of three in-state freshmen for Nebraska in 2014. Sjulin attended Concordia High School and played her prep softball for Douglas County West/Concordia.
A catcher and outfielder, Sjulin batted .444 as a senior in 2012, earning second-team Class B all-state honors from the Omaha World-Herald. Sjulin also garnered honorable-mention All-Capital Conference accolades and was named one of 13 players to watch in Class B prior to the 2012 season by the Lincoln Journal Star. Following the year, she was a Journal Star honorable-mention all-state selection.
Sjulin was also selected to play in the 2013 Nebraska Coaches Association All-Star Game, where she was a teammate of fellow freshman Kat Woolman. Sjulin and Woolman both played travel ball for Nebraska Gold, helping the team qualify for the ASA Gold Nationals.
Charlotte (Lotte) Sjulin was born on March 31, 1995. The daughter of Dave and Ann Sjulin, Lotte has an older sister, Lucy (20), and a younger sister, Jacki (15). Lotte is a biology major.