#45 Jason Noble
|Summer Team||Hamilton Nationals|
|DOB||September 5, 1991|
Recorded four loose balls at Buffalo (3/21)... Picked up four loose balls at Colorado (3/15)... Dished out an assist and gathered six loose balls against New England (3/14)... Picked up four loose balls at Toronto (2/14)... Gathered four loose balls at Buffalo (1/30)... Recorded one assist and two loose balls at New England (1/24).
2014: Recorded one assist with 71 loose balls and 24 forced turnovers during his rookie campaign… Led all NLL rookies in forced turnovers… 5th among NLL rookies in loose balls…Notable Performances: Snagged seven loose balls and four forced turnovers against Rochester (4/4)... Added five loose balls at Calgary (3/29)... Picked up five loose balls and four forced turnovers in overtime win against Buffalo (3/23)... Racked up eight loose balls against Edmonton (2/15)... Tallied nine loose balls at Philadelphia (1/18)... Made his NLL debut in season opener at Rochester (12/28).
Junior (2012): Noble was named second-team All-American and first-team All-Ivy following a junior season in which he anchored the 15th ranked defensive unit in the nation. He started 13 games, missing one contest due to injury, and finished the year ranked eighth in the nation with 2.0 caused turnovers per game and ranking third on the team with 35 ground balls. A tenacious defender with outstanding stick skills, Noble also played on the wing during face-offs, and provided the Big Red with depth in the face-off circle as well, winning 13-of-32 restarts. Noble picked up at least one ground ball in each game during the 2012 season, including a season-high nine against Army. He also caused at least one turnover in 12-of-13 contests, with a season-high six against the Black Knights. Noble registered one goal against Princeton and handed out one assist against Army for two points on the season. (info obtained from Cornell Athletics website)
Selected by Minnesota in the first round (2nd overall) of the 2013 NLL Entry Draft.