Name: Noah Grove
Sport: Sled Hockey
Position: Forward
Height: 5-7
Weight: 142
DOB: 5/1/1999
Birthplace: Frederick, Md.
Hometown: Frederick, Md.
High School: Urbana High School (Ijamsville, Md.) ‘17
College: University of New Hampshire, Biomedical Science: Medical and Veterinary Sciences
Team/Club: Northeast Passage Wildcats
Paralympic Experience
  • One-time Paralympian (2018)
World Championship Experience
  • Most recent: 2017 – silver
  • Years of Participation: 2017
  • Medals: 1 (1 silver)
  • Silver – 2017
Personal: Grove was diagnosed with bone cancer in his leg shortly before his fifth birthday. Right after he turned five, the leg was amputated to halt the spread of the disease. He also went through seven months of chemotherapy. After learning how to run on his prosthetic leg, he was playing soccer on it as an eight-year-old. Although Grove comes from an athletic family, he initially had doubts about sled hockey, but once he tried it, he instantly fell in love. Grove skated two seasons with the U.S. National Development Sled Hockey Team before making his U.S. National Team debut in 2016...Son of Chris and Rachael Grove...Best friends with his younger brother, Carson...Nickname on the team is "Peaches"...His favorite food is his mother’s beef stroganoff...If he could meet one person, he would like to meet Jordan Morris of the Seattle Sounders...His dream job is to be an orthopedic oncologist...Hobbies include gaming, working out and listening to podcasts...Competes on the U.S. Amputee Soccer Team.