After an impressive fall, Noah's confidence has grown, as has the confidence in him from the rest of the program. Noah made more saves this fall, and his play against North Carolina demonstrated he can make highlight reel stops. His quick hands and anticipation allow him to steal goals. He has a battle on his hands to overcome Matt Chriss, but we have been pleasantly surprised by the improvement, both physically and emotionally, that we have seen out of the sophomore Noah from the freshman Noah. 2009: Brown's back-up goalie to All-American Jordan Burke...Secondary School Background: A graduate of Middlesex School where he lettered in lacrosse (4), soccer (3), and hockey (1)...Team captain in lacrosse... US Lacrosse All-American selection...Led the league in save percentage his sophomore, junior, and senior years...Three-time All-League selection... All-ISL and All-New England in 2008...Selected to the East/West All-New England game...Had a career save percentage of 69.4% over four years...Received academic high honors his senior year...Personal: The son of Thomas Leary Beatty and Sylvie Houbart...Has a sister, Clio...Undecided on his concentration.