Full Name: Noah Michael Clouser
Birthday: October 5th, 2005
Wrestling Club: Sugar Grove Elementary
School: Center Grove
Hometown: Greenwood Indiana
Weight Class: 70 lbs. Intermediate.
Most significant wins/accomplishments: 2015 Remax Midwest Champion
2014 Spartan Rumble Champion; 2015 Brute Nationals Runner Up; 2014 Border Wars Duals All American; 2015 Indy Nationals All American; 2015 Brute Nationals All American; 2015 ISWA Team State Finals Undefeated
Noah Clouser told us one of the best mottos we have ever heard: you either win or you learn. That sort of mentality is what it takes to be a HERO, and it has been such a great experience having Noah along for the journey. Noah sees that wrestling is all about having fun with friends, becoming tougher, and working hard and watching it all pay off. His attitude is really fantastic, and we at HERO hope you will read on to see just how great this kid is! If you see him around, be sure to congratulate him, and we wish Noah the best of luck in all things in the future, he is sure to achieve them.
Why do you enjoy wrestling?
I love the discipline of wrestling because it pushes me to be the best, I love traveling, competition, and getting to watch all of my friends wrestle.
What's the most important thing wrestling has taught you?
It has taught me to be both physically and mentally tough, good sportsmanship, and that hard work pays off!
What's the best advice your coach has given you?
You either win or you learn.
How do you handle tough defeats?
Like a champ. I always think I can get better and always learn from my losses.
What’s your proudest achievement as a wrestler?
Being named an All-American and winning my first singlet.
What's your favorite wrestling move?
The Russian Back Out.
Do you have a hero or role model?
Jordan Burroughs and my dad!
What's your favorite subject in school?
Do you play any sports aside from wrestling?
I also play baseball and football.
Do you have any other hobbies outside of wrestling?
I like to ride my bike, play video games, and be outside!
What are your goals for your wrestling career?
College Scholarship to Penn St. so Cael Sanderson can be my coach.
What are your goals for the next 1-5 years?
To be a multiple time State and National Champion.
What area could you most improve in?
Constantly working on hand fighting and leg work.