6ft. 5 in



Professional Debut:

Years Played Professionally:



175 lbs


Beloit College






Professional History:




Collegiate History:

Noah started out his collegiate career at Augustana University in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.  After one year playing ball as a Viking at Augie he transferred and played for three seasons at Beloit College in Beloit, Wisconsin.  During his time as a Buccaneer he suffered a multitude of injuries and was plagued by them in each season.  He recorded a career high of 16 points on only six shot attempts during a game against St. Norbert College on January 13th, 2015.  Noah left Beloit as a perfect 100% from the free throw line for his career and was named to the NABC Honors Court during his junior and senior seasons.




Noah is the youngest son of Diane Ritchie and Rip Forrey.  He has an older sister (Gretchen) and an older brother (Josh).  Noah is originally from Northern California and attended Petaluma High School.  He played three years of varsity ball and “would run through a brick wall” for his old coaches Scott, John, and Erbst.  In his free time when he is not playing basketball Noah likes to… watch and coach basketball.  He is currently coaching St. Peter and St. Paul’s 5th/6th grade boys’ basketball team in Lexington, KY.  His biggest accomplishments are noted as winning the 9 Foot Hoop Basketball Tournament in Omaha, NE and posting an undefeated record in games of HORSE against girlfriend Shelby Kline.  Basketball has taken Noah all over the country – from his hometown in the Bay Area to college in the Midwest and now to Kentucky for the start of his professional career.