Aaron Noll - Men's Basketball - Vanderbilt University Athletics

#14 Aaron Noll Season 2011-12


Class Senior
Height 6'7"
Weight 220
Hometown Fort Mitchell, Ky.
High School Covington Catholic

Made the team as a walk on during tryouts in October of 2008, and has been named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for the last two seasons (2010, 2011, 2012).

2011-12 (Senior):
Played in four games as a senior…had one rebound against Longwood.

2010-11 (Junior):
Had two rebounds in three minutes vs. Grambling (11/24)…Suffered a broken right foot in December, and did not play the rest of the season.

2009-10 (Sophomore):
Saw action in eight games…Scored two points against Manhattan (12/30) and two at Arkansas (2/27)…Grabbed two rebounds against Mercer (12/21)…Was four-for-four on the year from the charity stripe.

2008-09 (Freshman):
Saw action in three games, and made the first two points of his collegiate career against St. Francis (12/31)…Grabbed the first rebound of his career against Alabama A&M.

Covington Catholic:
Was a part of a Covington Catholic team that captured the Ninth Region Tournament and were 34th District Champions in 2006 and 2007… Averaged nine points, seven rebounds, two assists, one steal and 1.5 blocks his senior year… Was named to the Academic All-State team in his junior and senior seasons… Named his team[apos]s most improved player in his junior year, and won the Toyota Classic Academic Award in his junior and senior campaigns… Was on the AAU State Champion (Shining Stars) in his junior season… Listed as a Wendy[apos]s High School Heisman State Finalist… Excelled in the classroom at Covington Catholic, where he was named Valedictorian and Senior Class President… Was also a National Merit Scholarship finalist, a Kentucky Governor[apos]s Scholar, and his school[apos]s treasurer for the National Honor Society.

Aaron Robert Noll… Born Oct. 30, 1989… Son of Bob and Rhonda Noll… Has two brothers, Andrew (23) and Danny (21), and one sister, Krista (18)… Majoring in biology (Pre-Med)… Advice to youngsters: ‘Never let anyone tell you that you can[apos]t do something if you put your mind to it.’