Career: Ranks third in school history with 69 dual match victories.
2019: Stetson SAAC Co-President ... ASUN SAAC Representative ... ASUN SAAC Social Media Coordinator ... SAAC delegate on the ASUN Conference Student-Athlete Success Committee.
2018: ASUN Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... ASUN All-Academic Team ... ASUN Pair of the Week ... Stetson's Wendell Jarrard Award winner ... Stetson Melching Leadership Award Winner ... ASUN Honor Roll ... Went 27-10 overall and 9-1 in ASUN play ... Played primarily at the 3 seed with Samantha Harris ... Won 19 of 22 sets in conference play … Posted three non-conference wins against ranked opponents … Defeated the 3 seeds from #8 South Carolina, #11 FIU, and #18 Tulane … Won four of five duals at LSU tournament ... Had the match clinching point in Stetson's ASUN Championship victory over UNF.
2017: ASUN All-Academic Team ... ASUN Honor Roll ... Posted a 19-10 overall record and a perfect 9-0 record in ASUN play ... Played primarily at the 4 seed with Tiffany Creamer ... Collected non-conference wins over opponents from No. 5 Hawai'i, No. 9 Georgia State, No. 10 LSU, and No. 10 Grand Canyon.
2016: ASUN Honor Roll ... Went 21-11 on the season, including 18-9 at the 2 seed and 3-2 at the 4 seed ... Picked up non-conference wins vs. #18 Tulane, #12 LSU, #10 FIU, and #4 UCLA ... Went 6-2 in A-Sun play.
High School: Placed second at a women's open tournament in Southern California (2014) ... Placed third at a Women's AA tournament and second at a CBVA 18U tournament ... Was a three-year scholar athlete at Carlsbad High School ... Was named to the JVA beach players to watch list in 2014.
Personal: Rachel Elizabeth Noble was born in 1997 in La Jolla, Calif. ... Daughter of Judy and Dave Noble ... Majoring in Sport Business.