Nick Noskowiak Signs National Letter Of Intent With MU
Nov. 12, 2014
Steve Wojciechowski announced Wednesday morning.
Noskowiak, a 6-2, 180-pounder, will arrive on campus this summer and have four years of eligibility with the Golden Eagles.
“Nick was our staff’s first 2015 commitment at Marquette and since that time has been a great ambassador for our program and representative for the University,” Wojciechowski said. “He is a versatile guard who can play both on and off the ball. I love his personality on and off the court, basketball IQ and ability to shoot, which will make him a great addition to our backcourt next season. We are thrilled that he is joining our family.”
Marquette’s 2015 recruiting class is currently ranked among the top-10 groups in the nation. ESPN.com and FOXSports.com rank the commitments fourth, while CBSSports.com has the group positioned fifth and Rivals.com in the seventh spot.
“All four of the young men in this class represent what we want in basketball players at Marquette,” Wojciechowski said. “They each have high character, are good students, and own a passion for the game of basketball. They come from great families and were raised with the right values. We couldn’t be more excited to welcome them to our family at Marquette and look forward to each of them making an impact on the campus community, both as people and as players.”
Noskowiak, one of the top prospects in the state of Wisconsin in 2015, is ranked as high as 70th by ESPN.com, 79th by CBSSports.com, 90th by FOXSports.com and owns the 95th position on Rivals.com.
He averaged 23.7 points per game at Sun Prairie High School as a junior in 2013-14 under head coach Jeff Boos. He helped the Cardinals to the sectional final and claimed first team all-state honors (Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association) and honorable mention all-state accolades from the Associated Press. He was also named first team all-conference and all-area and led the program to an 18-8 overall record.
As a sophomore in 2012-13, he earned a spot on the first team all-league roster and was honorable mention all-state by the WBCA. A three-year varsity letterwinner, Noskowiak chipped in 17.6 points per game and guided the squad to a 20-4 record.
He competed on the AAU circuit for Playground Elite.
“In our first year we wanted to make the state of Wisconsin a priority in recruiting because of the talented players and coaches throughout the state,” Wojciechowski said. “We feel very fortunate that three of our first four signees during our tenure are Wisconsin natives. I think it speaks to the quality of basketball at the high school level, which is obviously gaining attention nationally.”
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