|High School:||Phillips Academy Andover|
|Major:||Electrical Engineering (SB)|
Goals: 2 (2x) vs. Connecticut College (9/28/13)
Assists: 1 (3x) at Connecticut College (10/5/13)
Steals: 2 (3x) vs. Washington and Jefferson (9/7/13)
Named ACWPC “Outstanding” Scholar Athlete … Named CWPA “Outstanding” Scholar Athlete ... Finished the season with six goals, one assist and four steals ... Recorded a career-high two goals and matched his career high two steals in the first win of the season versus Washington and Jefferson Sept. 7 … Netted his third goal of the season at Fordham Sept. 21 … Matched his career high two goals against Connecticut College Sept. 28 … Registered a goal, an assist and a steal at Connecticut College Oct. 5 … Tallied a theft against St. Francis in the title game of the CWPA Northern Division Championships Nov. 10.
Named the team’s Most Improved Player ... Ended the year with three goals, two assists and six steals ... Scored a goal against MIT and delivered two steals versus Yale at the Labor Day Invite Sept. 1 ... Dished out one assist against California Lutheran Sept. 7 ... Recorded one steal in a win over Iona Sept. 22 ... Scored one goal in a 16-8 victory over Toronto Sept. 30 ... Scored his third goal of the season against St. Francis Oct. 20 ... Handed out an assist and made a steal in a win over Penn Oct. 27 ... Matched his career high with two steals versus Brown Oct. 28.
Four-year letterwinner in water polo ... Also lettered four times in cycling and swimming ... Captained the cycling team as a junior and senior ... Named the 2009 Boston Globe Prep School Athlete of the Year ... Competed in the ITU World Championships in Budapest, Hungary in 2010, placing seventh in the triathlon and third in the aquathlon for his age group ... All-American in the triathlon in 2009 and 2010 ... Won the New England Prep School Boys Cylcing championship in 2009 ... Member of the 200 free relay team that was up for All-America consideration in 2010 ... Honor Roll for all four years of high school ... Father, Bruce Novis ’87, played water polo at Harvard and his mother, Esther Novis ’87, was a member of the Crimson squash team.