33 Michael Noyes
    Michael Noyes

    Class:
    Graduate Student

    Hometown:
    Ocean City, Md.

    High School:
    The Salisbury School

    Height / Weight:
    6-3 / 210

    Position:
    Defense


    04/19/2013

    Men's Lacrosse Resumes BIG EAST Play Against St. John's

    Saturday marks Senior Day for the Class of 2013.

    04/16/2013

    Fourth Quarter Rally Falls Short As Men's Lacrosse Falls To Brown, 7-6

    Greg FitzMaurice nets team-high two goals; Jack Connelly records 13 saves.

    04/15/2013

    Men's Lacrosse Set To Host Brown

    A win over Brown will name Providence the winner of the Ocean State Cup.

    04/12/2013

    Men's Lacrosse Prepared For Match-Up With Holy Cross

    The Friars own a 4-2 record on the road this season.

    04/05/2013

    Men's Lacrosse Set To Host No. 5 Notre Dame

    The Friars enter Sunday's game with a 1-2 record in conference play.

    2013: Started all 16 games for the Friars... Caused a team-high 30 turnovers and collected 50 ground balls.

    2012: Played in 14 games for the Friars appearing in the starting line-up 13 times...Finished the season with two points on two goals...Landed all four shots that he took on goal.

    2011: Played 15 games for the Friars at defense... led team with 24 caused turnovers and picked up 18 ground balls... was 1-5 at the face-off "X" (.200).

    2010: Appeared in four games... recorded three ground balls and three caused turnovers.

    2009: Appeared in four games and picked up six ground balls on the season.

    High School: Earned four varsity letters in soccer, basketball and lacrosse at the Salisbury School...captained the soccer team as a senior and the lacrosse and basketball teams as a junior and senior...was an All-American, Maryland Senior All-Star, ESIAC Player of the Year and the Daily Times Defensive MVP in 2008...honored as a 2008 Kelly Award Finalist, which recognizes the top lacrosse player in Maryland...named to the All-ESIAC Team in 2005-08...team won the ESIAC Championship in sophomore and senior seasons...played for Joe Dougherty and Colin Cambell.