Jeremy Noble | Forward #35

Height: 5'9"
Weight: 170
Shoots: Right
College/Club: University of Denver
Date of Birth: 9/5/1991

Career Highlights

Fast Facts:

  • Won a silver medal with Team Canada in the 2018 FIL World Lacrosse Championship and the gold medal with Canada in the 2014 World Championship.
  • NLL Rookie of the Year Finalist in 2015.
  • Sits eighth in the University of Denver’s record books in career points (147) and second in assists (80).
  • 2014 BIG EAST Midfielder of the Year.
  • 2013 USILA Honorable Mention All-American and a 2012 USILA Third Team All-American.

Transactions

Acquired by Colorado via trade on March 13, 2015…Selected by Rochester in the first round (second overall) of the 2014 NLL Entry Draft.

Career

2018: Started every game (18) for the first time in his professional career…tied for first in Mammoth assists (57)…second in Mammoth points (82) and in power play assists (18)…set a single-game high in points (8) against Vancouver on January 26, 2018 which resulted in a 14-13 Mammoth win 2017: Notched 45 points in just 11 games, scoring the fourth-most points for the Mammoth...led the team with four goals vs. Calgary in the West Division Semifinal, the longest playoff game in NLL history…four goals were a season-high 2016: Posted the third-most assists (37) and power-play assists (10) for the Mammoth 2015: Made his NLL debut two days later in the Mammoth’s 12-8 home win over the Swarm; named the First Star of the Game after a two-goal, five-assist, 10-loose ball performance…one of an NLL-record four Mammoth players named to the League’s 2015 All-Rookie Team despite playing in just nine regular-season games.