Coach Peck's Take: Extremely talented doubles player ... has a chance to break the Academy's all-time doubles win record this season ... very flashy player who can make some amazing shots ... shown a marked improvement in her on-court focus.
2004-05: Second team All-Patriot League selection ... moved into second place on the Academy's all-time career doubles win list with 86 ... posted a 30-14 doubles mark ... ranks as the fourth highest single season doubles win total in Academy history ... also a career-high for doubles wins in a season ... teamed with Jennifer Segar and Christine Ong in the spring ... was 16-7 with Segar and 5-1 with Ong, including a win in the Patriot League Championships match ... one of five Black Knights with 20 or more doubles successes in the spring ... teamed with Segar to claim the Flight "B" title at the Quinnipiac Invitational ... paired with Marissa Limsiaco to reach the final match of the Flight "A" bracket at the Eastern Intercollegiate Championships ... picked up a first-round victory with Limsiaco in the Flight "A" event at the National Collegiate Invitational ... finished the season winning six of her last seven doubles contests ... went 11-18 in singles play and 4-1 in conference matches ... reached the consolation final of the "A3" draw at the Residence Inn North Wolfpack Invitational.
2003-04: Second team All-Patriot League selection ... split time playing Nos. 1, 2 and 3 singles ... went 14-23 in singles play ... racked up a 9-15 record in dual matches playing at No. 2 and No. 3 ... posted a mark of 27-12 in doubles competition ... her 27 doubles wins were the ninth-highest single-season total in Academy history ... performed best when paired with Marissa Limsiaco ... the duo went 15-3 in dual matches during the spring season.
2002-03: Named Patriot League's "Rookie of the Year" ... named to the league's second team ... led Army with 22 singles victories and tied for team lead with 29 doubles wins ... went 22-13 in singles play and 29-9 in doubles competition ... posted a 16-10 mark at No. 3 singles ... finished .500 or above at No. 1, 2 and 4 singles as well ... won first three matches of career before falling to teammate Cristina Lucin in the D-flight finals at the season-opening West Virginia Invitational ... went 6-5 during the fall season ... won first three matches of the spring ... finished strong by going 12-4 down the stretch, including closing the season with a six-match winning streak, to finish the season with a 22-13 mark ... 29 doubles wins tied teammate and partner Annie Collier for the team lead and second-most in Army single-season history ... the duo started the season with a 9-1 record ... posted a pair of season-high five-match winning streaks in last 11 matches.
High School: Placed in the top 64 at The National Claycourts ... named all-conference three times ... served as team captain.
Personal: Megan Elizabeth Noble ... born Nov. 13, 1983 ... daughter of Jeffrey and Susan Noble ... has one brother ... majoring in American Legal System.