2007: Silvert-Noftle saw action in a team-high 18 games, along with four other players, starting 11 of those matches. After his move a year prior to the defensive line, he helped Marquette hold 11 opponents to one goal or less scoring. Silvert-Noftle also provided the offense with a spark, adding an assist to the lone goal in a 2-1 loss against Georgetown (Oct. 20).
2006: Silvert-Noftle found his calling as a sophomore, being moved from a goal-scoring forward, to a hard-nosed defender under Louis Bennett. The transition paid off. Gone were the frustrations of limited scoring chances. Instead Silvert-Noftle turned his focus into being one of Marquette's most difficult defenders to play against and eventually into a leader on the back line. He played in 12 games during the season, but he honed his defending abilities even more in the spring, continuing to improve and learn the skills needed to become a great defender.
2005: Silvert-Noftle was Marquette's leading goal scorer in 2005 with two. As a freshman, he was vital to the Marquette offensive effort, launching 18 shots in the 16 games he played. Silvert-Noftle scored his first career goal in his second collegiate contest, burying one of three shots in a 1-0 win over Penn State (Sept. 4). He tallied his second goal in a 1-1 draw against Syracuse (Sept. 16).
Prior to Marquette: Silvert-Noftle was a NSCAA All-American following a year in which he scored 41 goals and notched 17 assists as a senior. The forward also earned All-State honors his junior and senior years. Silvert-Noftle scored 120 goals and added 55 assists over his four-year career.
Personal: Born August 31, 1986, Silvert-Noftle is the son of Donna Silvert and Tom Noftle. He is a business administration major.
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