Behind The Code With Noah Hirshorn
The Player: Noah Hirshorn
High School: Mountain Vista HS (CO)
Coaches: Jamie Munro & Jake Herman
Club Team: 3D Select Colorado 2016 & U19 Israel National Lacrosse Team
What aspects of your game are you working on to improve?
Right now I am working on becoming as good of a dodger as I can become and my on ball defense. I have seen progress in both of these areas and look to get even better.
What makes you unique?
Being able to play both sides of the field as a two way midfielder and my speed. I can also learn to fill many unique roles on the field.
What can you offer a program others cannot? Intensity. I understand what being a student athlete means. I excel in the classroom and work hard on the field at being the best player and person I can be.
Do you see yourself as a leader? If so, how?
I lead by example by doing everything to the best of my abilities. By going hard in the classroom, the field, and the weight room I inspire my teammates to do everything in their ability to be the best person they can be.
What Are Your Strengths As A Player?
Getting the offense started with a dodge and being able to play team offense and team defense.
Who Are Your Role Models? Why?
Jeremy Sieverts of the Denver Outlaws. He always strives to get better and is a fun player to watch.
What Is The Best Part Of The Game of Lacrosse? What Do You Enjoy Most About The Sport?
I love being able to compete in games with my team. It is so much fun to go out with a team, get better, and showcase to the best of our ability.
What Is Something You Have Learned During Your High School Athletic Career? Work as hard as you can and leave everything on the field and in the classroom.
What Advice Would You Pass On To Other Athletes That Want To Play At The Next Level? Set goals and know what you want for yourself. Absorb every piece of advice given to you by your coaches and teachers and work to achieve your goals.
What Would Your Teammates Say About You?
I strive to be the best person I can be.
What Was The Biggest Obstacle You Overcame in Sports?
I started playing lacrosse recently so I have had less time to develop. This challenge taught me to be coachable and to always work hard.