Belmont University | 1900 Belmont Boulevard | Nashville, TN 37212-3757
|Last School:||Keller Central HS|
2010-11: Academic All-Conference ... 35 game appearances with 23 starts ... Fifth on team in three-point field goals (29) ... Set new career-high in scoring three consecutive games midseason ... Career-high 12 points at Florida Gulf Coast (1/3/11) ... 11 points, six rebounds vs. Miami (OH) (12/30/10) ... 10 points, seven rebounds at [19/18] Tennessee (12/23/10) ... 10 points, two rebounds vs. Stetson (1/30/11) ... Nine points, five rebounds vs. North Florida (1/8/11) ... Eight points in Atlantic Sun Quarterfinal vs. Kennesaw State (3/2/11) ... Eight points, four rebounds vs. Winthrop (11/23/10) ... Eight points, two rebounds vs. Arkansas State (11/17/10) ... Eight points two rebounds at Troy (12/18/10).
2009-10: A rugged, fearless, skilled frontcourt player who can score and rebound with the best around ... Role should expand in years to come ... Made 27 game appearances with one start ... Scored in 16 games ... Career-high eight points, six rebounds vs. Kennesaw State (2/27/10) ... Six points, five rebounds vs. ETSU (1/23/10) ... Five points, rebound, block vs. Lipscomb in first career start (1/26/10) ... Five points, rebound at North Florida (1/14/10) ... Four points, two steals, rebound vs. Wright State (11/15/09) ... Four points, two rebounds vs. Campbell (1/21/10) ... Four points, rebound, assist vs. Stetson (1/4/10) ... Three points, two rebounds, assist, steal vs. Alabama State (11/21/09) ... Three points, rebound at Jacksonville (1/16/10) ... Two points, four rebounds at Kennesaw State (12/3/09) ... Two points, rebound in collegiate debut vs. Portland State (11/13/09).
Prior to Belmont: Led Keller Central HS to 22 wins as a senior for head coach Kit Pehl ... All-time leading scorer and rebounder in Keller Central HS history ... Named Texas 5-5A District MVP and First Team All-District ... Averaged 17.4 points, 11.2 rebounds and two blocks per game as a senior ... 19 double-doubles ... Fifth in the Dallas-Fort Worth area in scoring and first in rebounding as a senior ... Ranked as the No. 17 player in the Dallas-Fort Worth area by MetroPlexHoops.com ... Ranked as the No. 30 player overall in the state of Texas by TexasHoops.com ... Averaged 13.8 points and 8.7 rebounds per game as a junior ... Averaged nearly 19 points points per game as a junior in league games ... Highly regarded by ESPN.com, Scout.com, Rivals.com and HoopScoopOnline.com ... Played AAU basketball for Team Texas Elite ... Led Team Texas to championship game of AAU Manhattan Classic at Kansas State University.
Personal: Undecided on major of study ... Son of Wendell and Denise Noack ... Stepmother Sherry Noack ... Born Trevor Nathaniel Noack on March 19, 1991 in Red Cloud, Nebraska ... Has one sibling, Trent ... Four high school teammates, including brother Trent, playing collegiately ... Enjoys playing all sports ... Lists LeBron James as favorite athlete.