June 14, 2024

Former BYU forward Noah Waterman has been officially added to the University of Louisville’s men’s basketball roster, marking the completion of their new team lineup. Waterman joins the Cardinals for his final year of eligibility after two seasons at BYU, and prior stints at Detroit Mercy and Niagara. Louisville’s head coach, Pat Kelsey, praised Waterman’s unique combination of size, skill, and toughness, noting his consistency in shooting and his passionate, intense presence on the court.

A native of Savannah, N.Y., Waterman played 66 games, with 47 starts, at BYU, averaging 9.5 points and 5.4 rebounds per game in his most recent season. He is known for his three-point shooting, with a 37% success rate last season. At Detroit Mercy, he appeared in 36 games, averaging 9.6 points and 4.2 rebounds. His college career began at Niagara, where he showed promise before a season-ending injury cut his freshman year short.

Noah Waterman Biography - ESPN

In high school at Finger Lakes Christian School in Niagara, N.Y., Waterman was a standout player, earning MVP honors in the Empire State Christian Athletic League and averaging 33.9 points, 12.6 rebounds, 5.3 assists, and 3.9 blocks as a senior.

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