Dartmouth's starting goalkeeper who hails from South Africa. Awaiting clearance from NCAA on final year of eligibility.
What Scouts Say: "Pretty good shot-stopper ... One of those 'keepers who plays on his line ... Kicking, distribution and communication is good ... Can handle back passes ... Little undersized but pretty good ... Not sure if he has enough presence on service in the box to play at the MLS level."
College (Dartmouth): After skipping his 2010 freshman season due to NCAA regulations, he backstopped Dartmouth to an 8-6-4 record in 2011, an Ivy League Championship (co-champions with Brown) and an appearance in the NCAA Tournament ... Posted six shutouts in 2011 with a 1.00 goals-against-average. As a starter in 2012 he had two shutouts to his name and a 1.30 GAA.
South African National Team: Earned a call up to the South African Under-20 national team ... Represented South Africa at the 2009 Maccabiah Games.
Clubs: Played for various local club teams in Johannesburg, including the Bidvest Wits University, a Johannesburg-based South African Premier League team in 2009.
Prep School: Played soccer at Crawford College in Johannesburg, South Africa from 2004-08.
Personal: Son of Lesley Cohen and the late Sheldon Cohen ... His father, Sheldon, was reportedly murdered by a group of thieves in 2008 while he waited for Noah to finish soccer practice ... Has one brother and one sister.