Luke Meeteer attended Middleton High School where he was a 1st Team All-State outfielder in both his junior and senior seasons. Meeteer was also an all-state football player his senior year.
Following his prep career, Luke attended D1 UW-Milwaukee where he was an impact player immediately. As a freshman, Luke was a starter in centerfield and gathered 1st Team All-Horizon league as well as Horizon League freshman of the year. Luke then went on to earn 2nd Team All-Horizon League in his sophomore and junior seasons as well as breaking the single season steals record in his junior season. Meeteer topped off his career in 2016 with a .362 batting average, which earned him 1st Team All-Conference. He also reached multiple milestones in his senior year breaking UW-Milwaukee records for career hits, career stolen bases (98), games played (222), at bats (854), runs scored (189), and walks (99).
During summer, Luke played in collegiate wood bat leagues. He played full summers for the West Virginia Miners in the Prospect League as well as the Madison Mallards and Lakeshore Chinooks in the Northwoods League. Each team he was apart of won their respective league title, earning him 3 summer championships.
Off the field Luke has been just as successful by earning the UWM athletic department strength and conditioning award in 2013. As a kinesiology major and a nutrition and psychology minor, he has earned a spot on the dean’s list in multiple semesters and earned Academic All-American Honors in 2016.