For the past eight seasons, Noah Savage has been covering Princeton men's basketball as their color commentator. He also broadcasts high school basketball on television and radio. He makes frequent appearances on The Ivy League Network, ESPN 3, Fios, 103.3 WPRB, ESPN radio, and 660 AM WFAN Sports Radio. In addition, he is the co-host and producer of "Old School New School," a weekly sports podcast, and has performed as a stand-up comedian in New York City for the past eight years.
As a player, Noah was Princeton's captain, an All-Ivy League performer, and graduated in the top ten in career three pointers made in program history. During his high school and college career, Noah played against future NBA stars James Harden, JJ Redick, Luol Deng, Joakim Noah, and JR Smith. He also played one season professionally in Switzerland during the 2009 season.