Lately, there’s been a rumor among our pickleball folks that Indian Ridge has a new Pickleball Director. Now it’s been confirmed that he arrives in two weeks, on November 17, and his name is Noe (“Noah”) Sariban, otherwise known as the “Pickleball Doctor.” He has a go-to web site (thepickleballdoctor.com) and Facebook pages (The Pickleball Doctor) that relate his pro-level play, teaching experience and, most impressive, physical training and therapy credentials. He’ll begin beginner/intermediate/advanced player clinics on Tuesday, November 17, and we can expect a big following (so sign up at the Fitness Center ASAP!).
So, let’s welcome Noe and congratulate Randy Berg and Club management for bringing him in to direct our pickleball program to even greater success. Just have a look at his intriguing bio and positive look below to imagine how far IRCC’s pickleball can go.
“Noe Sariban grew up in Belgium, and moved to the US at the age 19. He graduated from Duke University’s School of Medicine with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2013, and has been working in Sports and Orthopedics since then. He and his wife, Natalie, met during orientation at Duke University. They have been married since 2014, and had their daughter, Lucie in January 2019.
Noe started playing pickleball in early 2017 and has been competing at the pro level since 2018, and is rated above 5.0 by USA Pickleball. Noe is Sponsored by Engage Pickleball and is a Certified Level II (highest current level of certification) Pickleball Teaching Professional through the IPTPA. He travels around the USA as a Doctor of Physical Therapy, and teaches lessons and camps around the country. As of October 2019, Noe was hired as the official Team Engage Physical Therapist and will be present at major tournaments to assist top pros throughout the tournaments with injury management and court-side treatments.”