Arleene (Johnson) Noga

Arleene Noga began playing softball in high school.  In 1945, she was scouted from Regina and tried out for the All American Girls Professional Baseball League.  Starting with the Fort Wayne Daisies, Noga became a Muskegon Lassie in her second year.

In 1946, Arleene set a league fielding record for third base at .928 having played all 112-league games. In 1947, she set another league fielding record at .942 and the team won the league pennant.  After four years, she moved back to Canada and returned to amateur ranks.

Over the next 30 years, Arleene played on nine provincial championship softball teams and five western Canadian championship teams.