Noah Strohman Earns All-American Honors
Noah Strohman earned All-American status at the USA Track & Field National Cross-Country Championships held on Dec. 14, after qualifying in the boys 11-12 age division by placing among the top 25 at the Association Championships held earlier in 2018.
She has been practicing dentistry for 13 years and holds both a Level I Sedation Permit and certification in basic life support.
Early Life and Education
Noah Strohman was an incredible son, brother, uncle, friend and teammate. He was an active member of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Graettinger as well as helping out at Boys State with 4-H Club activities and 4-H Club Boys State 4-H. Additionally he enjoyed playing basketball, football and golf for GTRA Titans.
He was an outstanding student and athlete, working hard to improve his game and compete at the highest level possible. He credits Stony Brook’s close community, family dinners and dorm life with being essential factors in his development as an individual.
He is well known in Flagstaff and surrounding communities as a radio play-by-play announcer, calling over 217 National Athletic University football games and 596 men’s basketball games as well as many high school and local events. Additionally, he serves on several non-profit boards.
Noah Strohman has worked hard to earn All-American honors at the National Cross Country Championships in Madison, Wisconsin. To qualify for this feat, he competed in the Southwestern Association Cross-Country Championship. Noah runs with Athletics Wichita Falls competitive youth running club along with twin brother Ryder and sister Eva Grisel.
Strohman has made an impressionful mark on the Iowa State soccer field as well, beginning as a walk-on and quickly rising through its ranks to become a senior midfielder for this year’s Cyclones squad and competing in their Symphonic Band as a midfielder. She will even face her former Ames High School teammate Katharine Woodruff this season when both compete against each other in Big 12 conference play!
Achievement and Honors
Noah Strohman, a freshman runner for Athletics Wichita Falls, earned All-American status at the USA Track & Field National Cross Country Championships held on December 14 in Madison, Wisconsin.
Ryder finished 13th overall in 16:37.9 while Holliday came fourth as a team with 90 points for Whitesboro as winners, Poth second with 108 and Lytle third at 122 respectively.
Mitch serves as the “Voice of the NAU Lumberjacks” on radio and television for football and men’s basketball games on the Learfield, Northern Arizona Healthcare NAU Lumberjack Network. He is also an adjunct instructor at NAU. Mitch has called over 2,200 NAU football and men’s basketball games on radio or TV in Flagstaff alone!
Noah Strohman of Athletics Wichita Falls earned 13th in the boys 11-12 age division at USA Track & Field’s National Cross-Country Championships held earlier this month in Madison, Wisconsin and received All-American recognition. To qualify for this event, he also placed within the top 25 at Southwestern Association Championship earlier this month.
He has made appearances in various movies, playing roles such as Donnie Darko’s rabbit-hallucinating teenager; Jack Twist of Brokeback Mountain in which his desire and repressed homosexuality is shown; and Tony Hastings from Nocturnal Animals who suffers anguish over not preventing the rape and murder of his wife and daughter.
Stronger is an upcoming film starring him as Jeff Bauman, who lost both legs due to the Boston Marathon bombings. Reportedly he’s done thousands of sit-ups to prepare for this role.