MLAX Senior Reflections: Noah Joseph
May 4, 2017
This is part of a series on the Marquette experiences of the men's lacrosse team's 2017 senior class.
Noah Joseph, a communications major, has fought through injuries during his Marquette career after playing in a career-high 15 games as a freshman. The Paoli, Pennsylvania native is a valuable member of MU's defensive midfield and his younger brother, Aaron, has signed a National Letter of Intent to follow him at Marquette in the fall.
1. What is the biggest thing you learned from your time at Marquette?
NJ: I have learned to introduce yourself to anyone that comes across your path and that you can find great things in the most unexpected places.
2. What are you most proud of accomplishing at Marquette?
NJ: Winning the Big East Championship last year.
3. What advice would you give future members of the Marquette lacrosse program?
NJ: Marquette Lacrosse has a standard of excellence. To maintain that standard you need to be able to give 200 percent. The only way that is possible is by playing as hard as you can and having as much fun as you can at all times!
4. Most memorable moment?
NJ: My little brother's official visit this year. It is a dream come true to have him follow in my footsteps.
5. Was there anything else that made your Marquette experience special?
NJ: The friends that I have met in my class especially. I’ve never had a closer group of friends in my life.
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