Adam Noens
Adam  Noens

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Indianapolis, Ind.

High School:
Lawrence North

Event:
IM/Backstroke/Breaststroke

Birthdate:
04/15/1996

11/18/2017

Career Bests Highlight Day 2 of Invite

Pellini and Young score in a pair of individual events; Meixner wins on 1-meter

11/04/2017

Boilermakers Split Dual with Hawkeyes

Purdue men finish 1-2-3 in 1-meter, 200 IM to surge in front, but Iowa takes final relay

11/02/2017

Iowa Up Next for Final Dual of the Fall

Boilermakers continue to train with eyes on three-day Purdue Invitational (Nov. 16-18)

10/27/2017

Multiple 2-Time Winners Not Enough

Auckley, Hakan, Kitchel, Meitz and Noens post Purdue season-best times vs. UND

10/21/2017

Boilermakers Win All 10 Swimming Events

Noens, Juliusson and Zawatski lead the way at annual Indiana Intercollegiates

11/13/2014

Purdue Men Host WKU Mega Gallery

Purdue Men host WKU

11/09/2014

Purdue Swim vs. WKU

Purdue Swim vs. WKU

2016-17 / AS A JUNIOR
• Competed primarily in the individual medley events and 200 breaststroke
• Posted season-best times that ranked among the top five on the team in 2016-17 in the 200 (1:46.80, 3rd) and 400 IM (3:48.03, 2nd) along with the 200 breast (1:59.53, 4th) at the Big Ten Championships
• Selected to represent Purdue at the USA College Challenge, a Big Ten all-star meet in Indianapolis
• Scored in all three of his individual events at Big Tens, one of seven Boilermakers to do so, accounting for 26 team points
• Qualified for the A final of the 400 IM at Big Tens and also scored in the C final of the 200 IM and 200 breast
• Moved into 10th place in program history in the 200 IM and continues to rank among the top 10 in the 400 IM (3:47.63, 6th) and 200 breast (1:58.38, 9th)
• One of three Boilermakers to score in three individual events at Virginia Tech's H2Okie Fall Invitational, accounting for 31 team points
• Finished fifth in the A final of the 400 IM and as the runner-up in the B final of the 200 back (1:49.47) at Va Tech
• Won the 200 IM in the dual meet victory vs. Miami (Ohio) as well as the Indiana Intercollegiates
• Won his heat of the 200 breast in the dual meet with Michigan State and the Big Ten Triple Duals
• Represented Purdue at the U.S. Open Championships in August, winning the B final of the 400 IM

2015-16 / AS A SOPHOMORE
• Competed primarily in the IM and backstroke events, but raced in every stroke at least once during the season
• Career-best times in the 200 breast (1:58.38), 200 IM (1:47.27) and 400 IM (3:47.63) from the Big Ten Championships all ranked second on the team in 2015-16
• Rallied to win the B final of the 400 IM at Big Tens, joining Marat Amaltdinov (200 breast champ) as the only Boilermakers to win a finals race at the conference championship meet in 2016
• Also scored in the 200 breast and 200 IM at Big Tens to account for 33 team points
• One of only five Purdue swimmers to score in three individual events at Big Tens
• Accounted for 47 team points at the Purdue by scoring in four individual events, qualifying for A finals of the 100 and 200 back, 400 IM
• Posted season-best times in the 100 (50.00) and 200 back (1:48.61) at the Purdue Invite
• Won the 400 IM in the dual meet victory vs. Eastern Michigan

2014-15 / AS A FRESHMAN
• Versatile swimmer over the course of the season, competing in nine different individual events
• Season-best times in the 100 (49.78, 5th) and 200 back (1:47.75, 4th) as well as the 400 IM (3:50.36, 5th) ranked among the top five on the team in 2014-15
• Moved into eighth place in program history in the 400 IM with his time at the Big Ten Championships, which allowed to qualify for the B final of the event and account for a team point
• Recognized as the team's most improved honoree
• Also had season-best times in the 200 back and 200 IM (1:49.25) at Big Tens
• Posted his season-best times in the 100 back (49.78) and 100 fly (51.09) at the Minnesota Grand Prix
• Won the D final of the 200 IM and was the runner-up in the C final of the 200 IM at the Minnesota Grand Prix
• Qualified for finals in the 100 (2nd in C final) and 200 back (7th in B final) as well as the 100 fly (D final) in Minneapolis
• Runner-up in the 200 IM as Purdue's top finisher in the dual meet victory vs. Michigan State
• Also won his heat of the 100 IM against MSU.

HIGH SCHOOL
• Four-year letterwinner for coach Tom Burchili at Lawrence North High School in Indianapolis
• Indiana state qualifier
• Also ran cross country as an underclassman
• Honor roll student

PERSONAL
• Major: Landscape Architecture
• Full name is Adam Todd Noens
• Born in Riverside, California
• Parents are Lenny and Tracy Noens
• Family also includes older sister Christina, who swam at the University of Toledo
• Uncle Fred Noens is a Purdue alumnus

Purdue Personal Preferences
Favorite Pro Team: Indianapolis Colts
Favorite Athlete: Aaron Piersol
Favorite Aquatic Center (Other Than Purdue): IUPUI Natatorium
Favorite Playoff Format: NCAA Tournament
Swimmer He'd Like to Race Against: Nathan Adrian
Person He'd Like to Have Dinner With: Daisy Ridley
In His MP3 Player: Die Antwood
Last Concert He Attended: Maroon 5
Favorite Author: J.K. Rowling
Favorite Actor, Actress & Director: LeBron James, Daisy Ridley & Quentin Tarantino
Favorite Movie to Watch on Team Bus: Blazing Saddles
Favorite Month: April
Favorite Food: Pears
Favorite Purdue Building: Purdue Memorial Union
Favorite Big City: Indianapolis
Unique Travel Locale: Island of Bonaire
Favorite Outdoor Activity: Running
Another Sport He Enjoys Playing: Basketball
Favorite Thing About the Boilermaker Aquatic Center: The Water
Furry Friend: Dino, Yellow Labrador

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