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Noble Playing with Team Canada

March 18, 2016
 Since joining the Denver Outlaws earlier this season, midfielder Jeremy Noble is fitting in nicely.

In five games he has three assists and has collected six ground balls.

Before joining the Outlaws, Noble put up incredible numbers nearby at the University of Denver. In his freshman year he netted 18 goals and was second on the team with 82 ground balls, helping lead the Pioneers to a Final Four berth. A year later, he followed that up by starting in all 16 games during his sophomore season and recording 46 points.

In his junior year, despite suffering a hamstring injury he still recorded 11 goals and seven assists helping Denver to another Final Four. In his final year, the 5-foot-8, 165-pound midfielder amassed 49 points on 13 goals and a team-high 36 assists, putting the Pioneers in the Final Four for a second-straight year.

During his college career he was named to the USILA Third Team All-America in 2012, was on the NCAA All-Tournament Team in 2011, and was selected to the Tewaaaraton Award Watch List in 2013.

The 6-foot-1, 210-pound Canadian was the second overall pick in the 2014 MLL

Noble grew up in Orangeville, Ontario, Can. and is playing in his first World Championships, representing team Canada. Team Canada takes on the Iroquois tonight in the semi-finals at Dick's Sporting Goods Park.