Noah Pierce
    Noah  Pierce


    Orlando, FL

    High School:
    West Orange

    Height / Weight:
    6-2 / 205




    Air Force Baseball Travels To Snowbird Classic

    Falcons take on four teams in three days, March 1-3, in Florida.


    Falcons Fall 9-2 at UTSA In Season-Opener

    Bast leads Falcons with three hits; White goes 6.1 innings.


    Air Force Baseball Season Outlook

    Falcons open season Feb. 15.


    Air Force Baseball Season Outlook

    Falcons open season Feb. 15 at UTSA.


    Blue Team Wins Game One of Falcon Baseball Blue/White Series

    Freshmen have big days in 5-4 win for Blue team.

    - 2015 College Sports Madness Mountain West Preseason All-Conference (Second Team Infielder)

    Junior (2014):
    Played in 52 games, starting 49...second on team with .296 batting average, 58 hits, 13 doubles, three home runs and .429 slugging...tied for team-lead with 30 runs scored and two triples...batted .308 in conference play...had team-high's with a 10-game hitting streak and an 18 game reached-base streak...started 26 games at third and 23 at second...had four hits in a game vs. Adams State and San Jose State...went 4-for-4 with four runs scored and three RBIs vs. Adams State...homered against UNLV, Nevada and San Jose State...second on team with .308 average and .470 slugging in conference play...second on team with 119 assists...third on team with 15 multi-hit games...Academic All-Mountain West for third time.

    Sophomore (2013): Had season cut short with an ACL tear in his 11th game of the season...started 10 games at third base...had five hits, three RBIs and two runs scored...Academic All-Mountain West for second time.

    Freshman (2012):Appeared in 45 games, starting 41 games at third base...batted .216 with 30 hits...scored 14 runs and drove in 18...third on the team with.299 average in Mountain West play...fielded .939 and was second on the team with 102 assists...led the team with seven sac bunts, which ranked fourth in the Mountain West and was the second-most by a freshman at Air Force...first-career hit was against LSU...first-career homer was a grand slam against Northern four hits vs. San Diego seven assists vs. New Mexico...Academic All-Mountain West.

    HIGHâ?^SCHOOL (West Orange):Lettered three years in baseball...Under-Armour All-American...all-conference...part of four district champion teams....on the honor roll all four years...National Honor Society member...high school baseball coach was Jesse Marlo...played summer ball for the Orlando Scorpions, coached by Sal Lombardo.

    PERSONAL:Member of cadet squadron 7...major is economics...hobbies are sports and discovering and making music...on the Dean's and Athletics list every semester at the in his squadron as an element leader...person in history he'd like to meet is Jackie Robinson because of his ability to handle adversity and continue to do what he loves despite the backlash from millions...favorite food is a quality steak...favorite movie is the Waterboy...credits his summer baseball coach,â?^Sal Lombardo, as having the biggest influence on his sports career..pregame ritual is kissing his cross necklace....favorite athlete is Robinson Cano...favorite team is the Colorado Rockies...Favorite quote: "The only way of finding the limits of the possible is by going beyond them into the impossible." - Arthur C. Clarke...son of Dave and Kathee Pierce.

    Why I came to the Academy: "The Academy is a place that is held with the highest regards. When I reflect on what I have done here, I know that this is the only place that it is all possible. I am honored to have the privilege of serving in the Greatest Air Force in the world and to serve next to the brothers and sisters I have made along this journey. I have already grown so much as a person since being here, I am excited to see what will come."

    2012 (Fr.) .216 45-41 139 14 30 7 1 1 18 42 .302 4 2 24 5 .247 1 7 1-1 21 102 8 .939
    2013 (So.) .192 11-10 26 2 5 0 0 0 3 5 .192 2 0 6 0 .250 0 2 1-1 8 11 4 .826
    2014 (Jr.) .296 52-49 196 30 58 13 2 3 25 84 .429 5 1 33 6 .317 0 3 2-4 56 119 10 .946
    Career .258 108-100 361 46 93 20 3 4 46 131 .363 11 3 73 11 .2285 1 12 4-6 85 232 22 .935
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