Noah Lawrence Profile
- Played in 36 games with five shutouts to his credit while at Cincinnati (NCAA Career Stats)
2019: Saw action in 16 games starting 15 … Recorded 63 saves on the year including a pair of shutouts. Noah tallied his season high saves vs Temple (10/5) with six … logged 1,433 Minutes on the season.
2018: Started 13 games … recorded 46 saves, with a pair of shutouts … notched back-to-back clean sheets: vs. Temple (9/29), vs. Bradley (10/2) … named American Athletic Conference (AAC) Goalkeeper of the Week (Nov. 5) … logged more than 1,200 minutes between the pipes on the season.
2017: Saw action in seven games with six starts and a record of 3-4 … Recorded one shutout on the year: a 4-0 blanking of Fort Wayne (10/18) in which he notched four saves … totaled a season-high seven saves vs. No. 14 SMU (10/21) … garnered American Athletic Conference weekly honors three times on the year including being selected for the Honor Roll on Oct. 30 and Oct. 23 and previously being named Goalkeeper of the Week on Aug. 28 … logged 618 minutes of play in 2017.
Prior to UC: Product of the D.C. United (2016-17) and New York Red Bulls (2013-14) academies as well as Beachside SC (2014-16) … Part of U.S. National U-19 pool and participated in a recent U-19 training camp in Florida … started 10 matches with D.C. United U-17/18 in 2016, recording a 76.9 percent save percentage … competed with the D.C. United U-23 team and trained consistently with the first team … participated in the Red Bull Salzburg Tournament with the NY Red Bulls in Leipzig, Germany, playing against Manchester City, Everton, and TSG Hoffenheim youth academies … named to the Top Drawer Soccer Best XI for the Development Academy Winter Showcase in 2015.
Coach Maisonneuve — Noah Lawrence
“Noah is a very explosive goalkeeper who can make the game-changing save. Noah comes to us from Cincinnati where he got some tremendous experience. He is extremely hard working and a true competitor. He will fit into our culture very nicely. We couldn’t be more excited to add Noah Lawrence to our 2020 roster.”