All-ACC Academic Team (2007)
ACC Honor Roll (2004, 05, 06)
First woman from France to win an NCAA Championship
Made her first-career start in her final career-home game against Duke ... in that start, made the first basket and grabbed the first rebound of the game ... was honored, along with classmate Shay Doron, prior to the start of the contest ... member of the winningest class in school history, helping the Terps to 102 victories in her four seasons ... played in her 100th-career game at Clemson, appearing in 109 overall ... scored a season-high eight points at Northern Iowa, going 3-for-5 from the field, also grabbing four rebounds ... tied that season-high in the first round of the NCAA Tournament vs. Harvard, shooting 4-for-5 ... grabbed a season-high seven rebounds in the win over Wake Forest ... had six points and six rebounds in the win over Gardner-Webb at the Junkanoo Jam tournament ... also had two games with five rebounds (vs. UCSB and at Miami) ... dished out a career-high three helpers in the game vs. the Bulldogs in the Bahamas ... after playing in both postseason games, has made appearances in 11 overall, the second-most of any Terrapin in school history ... named to the All-ACC Academic Team.
First woman from France to win a national championship ... opened the season with (3-for-4) eight points and five rebounds at Siena ... eight rebounds in the convincing win over Gonzaga at the Paradise Jam ... netted a season-high tying eight points against Mount St. Mary's, also grabbing a then-career high nine rebounds ... was a bucket short of her first-career double-double, hauling down a career-best 10 rebounds and scoring eight points vs. Clemson ... played in all three games of the ACC Tournament, contributing three points in the win over Georgia Tech in the quarterfinal round ... made an appearance in the first and second rounds of the NCAA Tournament at the Bryce Jordan Center, logging her first block of the season vs. Sacred Heart ... grabbed one rebound and dished out an assist in the Sweet 16 win over defending NCAA Champion Baylor ... also saw playing time in the Final Four victory over then-No. 1 North Carolina ... named to the ACC Honor Roll for the third time.
Missed six games in the first half of the season because of injuries, but saw action in 26 games overall, including the final 17 contests ... returned after a two-game absence to play 14 minutes and tied a then-career high seven rebounds against St. Bonaventure ... scored eight points and had a career-high eight rebounds and three blocks in the ACC opener at Virginia Tech ... scored six points in 12 minutes against Virginia at home, after missing the previous three contests with a hand injury ... knocked down a career-high 6-of-10 field goals, scoring a career-high 12 points while grabbing three rebounds in the home victory vs. Georgia Tech ... netted six points and hauled down six boards against the Cavaliers in Charlottesville, Va. ... six rebounds in the NCAA Tournament first-round win vs. No. 24/21 UW-Green Bay.
Sat out first eight games of the season while the NCAA determined her international eligibility status ... played in every game since taking to the hardwood vs. UMBC, including a career-high 26 minutes at Clemson ... in first-collegiate appearance in a Terrapin uniform, scored 10 points on the strength of 4-of-5 shooting and grabbed three boards ... had a then-career best seven rebounds to go along with four points in 24 minutes vs. Virginia ... made a career-high four free throws on four attempts and hauled down five rebounds at Florida State ... contributed four points, four rebounds and a then-career high two assists at No. 1 Duke ... dished out a career-high five assists at Clemson to go with five points and six rebounds ... one of the top post players off the bench, averaging 13.5 minutes per game.
Attended Lycée François Arago in Reims, France ... played in two European Championships and one World Championship with the French National Team ... before attending Lycee, was enrolled at the French Institute of Sport (INSEP), where she studied and played two years of basketball ... in her last season, she averaged 15 points and seven rebounds per game ... high school teammates Faeza Bouderra and Daphnee Allen play for Florida International University and Barry University, respectively.
Majoring in economics and Spanish ... has served as a team representative on the Student-Athlete Advisory Council (S.A.A.C.) ... youngest of three daughters of Jacqueline Guebert and Dominique Noirez ... has two older sisters, Virginie (30) and Karine (27) ... born in Laxou, Meurthe et Moselle, France.
Noirez's Career Highs
Points: 12, Georgia Tech (2/3/05)
FGM: 6, Georgia Tech (2/3/05)
FGA: 10, Georgia Tech (2/3/05)
3FGA: 1, twice (last at Duke, 1/22/04)
FTM: 4, at Florida State (1/12/04)
FTA: 4, at Florida State (1/12/04)
Rebounds: 10, Clemson (2/23)
Assists: 3, vs. Gardner-Webb (1/24/06)
Steals: 2, twice (last vs. N. Colorado, 2/26/06)
Blocks: 3, at Virginia Tech (1/2/05)
Minutes: 28, Mount St. Mary's (12/4/05)
Noirez's Career Statistics
Noirez's Career Vs. ACC