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  Jill Noe
Jill Noe

Player Profile
Class:
Graduate Student

Hometown:
Tualatin, Ore.

High School:
Wilsonville HS

Height:
5-10

Position:
Guard

Experience:
3V

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At ASU

• A member of the All-Pac-10 freshman team in 2002-03, Noe returned to the starting line-up in 2005-06 after missing the prior two seasons because of ACL injuries.

• Became the first Sun Devil to finish her career ranked among the school's top 10 in points (ninth), rebounds (10th) and assists (sixth).

• Concluded her Sun Devil career ranked No. 2 in three-point field goals (137), tied for No. 6 in assists (371), No. 8 in free throws (295), No. 9 in scoring (1,210 points), No. 10 in rebounds (578) and No. 11 in steals (180).

• Earned her undergraduate degree (communications) in December 2006 and her master's degree (liberal studies) in May 2008.

2007-08

• 2008 All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention

• 2008 Pac-10 All-Academic First Team

• Was the only Sun Devil to start every game in 2007-08.

• Concluded the season ranked No. 8 in the Pac-10 in free throw pct. (.733), No. 9 in assists (3.36 apg) and assist-to-turnover ratio and No. 10 in steals (1.58 spg).

• Scored in double figures 13 times , including a season-best 20 points at Texas Tech (Dec. 13). Also had a season-best 10 rebounds at Texas Tech.

• Has had a season-best four steals two times.

• In ASU's 66-42 win over UC Santa Barbara (Nov. 17), Noe tallied 12 points, seven rebounds and eight assists and narrowly missed becoming the first Sun Devil to record a triple-double since Ryneldi Becenti in 1992.

• Was named to the Verzion Wireless ASU Classic All-Tournament Team after averaging 16 points, 4.5 assists and four rebounds vs. Gonzaga (Nov. 30) and Auburn (Dec. 2). With Reagan Pariseau and Danielle Orsillo sidelined because of injuries, played a career-high 37 minutes and scored 16 points (7-11 FGs) to go along with four rebounds and three assists in championship game of the Verizon Wireless ASU Classic.

• Had a career-best three blocks vs. Cal (Jan. 17).

• Made five of her six field goal attempts, including 2-3 three-point FGs, and scored 13 points in ASU's win at Washington State (Jan. 26).

• Led ASU with 16 points at Cal (Feb. 14).

• Scored four points and dished out a season-best nine assists in final home game of career vs. Washington (Feb. 24).

• Tallied all 11 of her points in the second half to go along with six assists in win at USC (Mar. 1).

• Averaged 10.5 points, 5.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists in ASU's two Pac-10 Tournament games. Was also a perfect 8-8 from the free throw line.

• Averaged 8.0 points, 4.0 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.5 steals in ASU's two NCAA Tournament games vs. Temple (Mar. 23) and Duke (Mar. 25).

2006-07

• A 35-game starter, Noe scored in double figures 13 times while leading the team in three-point field goals (39) and three-point FG pct. (.375, sixth in the Pac-10). Also finished third on the team in both assists (2.9 apg) and rebounds (4.9 rpg).

• Earned Pac-10 Academic Honorable Mention honors for the second consecutive season.

• Led or tied for the team lead in scoring four times and led or tied for the team lead in rebounding 10 times.

• Nearly recorded a triple-double after posting 17 points, a career-best 11 assists and nine rebounds in ASU's 85-72 win over Northern Arizona (Dec. 2) in the championship game of the Verizon/ASU Classic. Noe was one of several players who stepped up for the Sun Devils, who were missing regular starters Reagan Pariseau, Aubree Johnson and Emily Westerberg.

• Was instrumental in ASU's three wins over California as she averaged 14 points, 5.3 rebounds, and 3.3 assists while shooting 5-10 from three-point range in the three games.

• Tied her career best with 11 assists to go along with nine rebounds and three points in ASU's 78-63 win over Oregon State (Feb. 10).

2005-06

• A starter in 29 of 32 games, Noe finished first on the team in three-point field goals (29), tied for third on the team in scoring (7.8 ppg), assists (79) and steals (34).

• Scored in double figures eight times and led (or shared) the team lead in scoring four times.

• Pac-10 Academic Honorable Mention.

• Scored 19 points and drained a career-best five 3-point FGs in ASU's 84-78 loss at Stanford (Jan. 21).

• Had a season-best 20 points on 8-15 shooting, including 4-5 from three-point range in ASU's 79-72 loss vs. North Carolina (Nov. 25).

• During one three-game stretch (vs. North Carolina, vs. Mississippi State and vs. Memphis), averaged 18.0 points and was 18-30 from the field, including 10-14 from three-point range.

2004-05

• Missed the season after re-injuring the ACL in her left knee in June of 2004.

• Was the co-winner of ASU's Most Improved Award at the season-end banquet.

2003-04

• Missed the season after tearing the ACL in her left knee in early October.

• Prior to the injury, averaged 13.8 points and 6.0 rebounds per game during ASU's five-game tour in Australia (August, 2003). Also led the Sun Devils in assists (24) and steals (12).

2002-03

• Earned first-team Pac-10 All-Freshman honors after playing in all 30 games (29 starts), while leading the team and finishing 11th in the Pac-10 in scoring at 12.6 points per game.

• Became the first true freshman to lead the Sun Devils in scoring since Theresa Jantzen turned in 10.9 points per game in 1998-99.

• Paced the team and tied for fifth in the Pac-10 in free throw pct. (.814).

• Finished second on the team in assists (2.7) and steals (1.9). Also finished third on the team and 17th in the league in rebounding (5.8 rpg).

• Finished ninth in the Pac-10 in three-point shooting at 35.5 percent (39-110).

• Had a team-best five double-doubles on the year including 17 points and 10 rebounds in her Sun Devil debut on Nov. 22 vs. Chicago State, while just missing the third triple-double in ASU school history when she had 17 points, nine rebounds and nine assists in a Dec. 9 win over Denver.

• Scored in double figures 21 times with five 20-point games including a career-best 23 points twice (vs. Oregon State on Jan. 2 and at Washington State on Jan. 11).

• Turned in the second-best performance by a freshman in school history in scoring and assists. Also finished third on the ASU freshman charts in steals and fourth in rebounding.

• Became the first true freshman in the Pac-10 since Stanford's Nicole Powell in 2000-01 to earn two Pac-10 Player of the Week honors in a single season, earning the recognition on Dec. 16 and on Jan. 6.

High School

• A 2002 graduate of Wilsonville (Ore.) High School where she was named the Oregon 3A Player of the Year in each of her last two seasons while leading her team to back-to-back Oregon 3A titles.

• Three-time first-team all-state and all-state tournament selection, who led her team to a 91-21 record in her four years.

• Was named Wilsonville's Senior Athlete of the Year, and a nominee for the McDonald's All-America team.

• A Tri-Valley League Scholar-Athlete who maintained a 3.67 GPA.

• Named a first-team All-American and MVP of the 2000 U.S. Junior National Tournament in Madison, Wisc.

• Lettered four times in basketball, and earned four letters in track (400 meter state champion as a junior) and three in soccer (three-year starter as a midfielder).

• Captained her basketball team for two seasons and her track team for three years.

Personal

• Earned her undergraduate degree (communications) in December 2006 and her master's degree (liberal studies) in May 2008.

• Father is David Noe (landscaper), mother is Lynn Stradley (administrator). Stepfather is Mike Stradley (police officer).

• Has a brother, Jordan (25), a twin sister, Whitney (23), two stepbrothers, Trever (24) and Maison (15), and a stepsister, Cacey (22).

• Was named to her high school's MayFest Court and was the senior prom queen.

• Was a member of the Leo's Club volunteer organization.

• Finished 10th overall in the women's division and third in her age group at Pat's Run on April 16, 2005. Ran the 4.2-mile competitive race, which honored fallen Army Ranger and former ASU and NFL star Pat Tillman, in 28:28 (6:47 pace per mile).

• Born June 15, 1984 in Portland, Ore.

• Full name is Jillian Christian Noe.

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