Joslyn plans to sign with the school on Wednesday, having made her decision a few days ago. She said she picked Lindsey Wilson over Bellarmine, Campbellsville and Georgetown after a recent overnight visit allowed her to familiarize herself with the school and the team.
"I stayed in the dorm I'm going to be in and got to meet the girls and get to know them," she said. "I didn't know any of them (before), but I got to know them really well."
Lindsey Wilson finished in a tie for sixth place at last year's NAIA championship after winning its fourth straight Mid-South Conference title, and the Blue Raiders finished the fall season ranked sixth in the NAIA coaches' poll after winning three tournaments.
Joslyn qualified for the state high school tournament in her last two years at Boyle, finishing in a tie for 31st place as a junior and in a tie for 23rd as a senior. And she said she has continued to work on her game as much as possible through the winter.
"I've been working on my chipping and going to the indoor driving range (in Lexington), and I'm about to get back to my lessons," she said.
Joslyn, 17, said she won't play on any of the statewide junior tours this summer, planning instead to focus on practice and larger tournaments such as junior amateurs.
And she said she's glad the difficult decision of picking a college is behind her.
"It's a lot of stress that's been lifted off me to know where I'm going," said Joslyn, who said she'll probably major in biology with a long-term plan to attend optometry school.