2007-08: Sustained injury in season-opening 7-2 win over Cory Nelson of Arizona State... Returned for Pac-10 Conference Championships, losing his first-round bout (4-2) to eventual champion Pat Pitsch of ASU... Defaulted out of remainder of tournament, yet still earned 8th-place finish... Ranked as high as No. 10 by Wrestling Mall and No. 19 by Intermat/NWCA... Earned first-team Pac-10 All-Academic.
2006-07: PACIFIC-10 CONFERENCE runner-up at 165 pounds, earning first trip ito NCAA Championships... Finished with 23-10 overall record (20-9 in NCAA bouts), including 11-3 mark in duals, 12-2 against Pac-10 opponents... Went 3-2 at nationals... Rebounded from opening-round loss to eventual champion Mark Perry of Iowa to win three straight in the wrestleback bracket... Cruised his way to Pac-10 title match with a pin over Oregon's Jack McCoy and a 15-3 major decision over Boise State's Johnny Nunez... Total of 11 dual wins rank 8th on the single season list... Only Aggie to go undefeated in a tripleheader against Lehigh, Columbia and Stanford... Highlighted the Aggies' doubleheader with Oregon and No. 19 Oregon State... Majored UO's Kyle McCoy, 16-4; then pinned OSU's Dan Brascetta in 1:40 during the nightcap.
2005-06: Posted 3-8, all in dual action... First collegiate win was a 12-3 major against Oregon's Jeremy McLaughlin... Posted first pin the following night, finishing off Chris Feist of Portland State in 1:44.
CLOVIS WEST HS '04: Finished 6th at state championships (160 lbs.) in each of last two years... Went 40-8 as a senior, 42-9 as a junior... Served as team captain each year... Added 21-16 mark as a sophomore... Among his area rivals was Clovis East's Tyler Bernacchi, now an Aggie teammate... Selected as class valedictorian... Four-year Scholar-Athlete honoree.
PERSONAL: Born in Modesto, Calif.... Majoring in animal science... Parents are Mark & Lisa Noack... Sports hero is Michael Jordan, non-sports hero is Pres. George W. Bush... Hopes for career in veterinary medicine... Career highlight was placing at state championships.