24 Individuals to compete on Ghost Island for a chance to win One Million Dollars
(Rochester Minn.) – The Rochester Honkers announced today that former Rochester Honker, Chris Noble, makes his TV Reality Series debut tonight (Feb. 28) on Survivor Season 36, Ghost Island, on CBS at 7pm CST.
Noble a member of the 2012 Rochester Honkers, is now a part of the Naviti Tribe on Survivor, battling the Malolo Tribe for a chance to win One Million Dollars.
“I will bring my Survivor mental toughness, my ability to adapt, my positivity to aid the weak, and my will to survive,” said Noble. “I might not know how to do some things, but I will find a way to eat and get water. Whether that’s through my creativity, my charm with women, or my ability to make one of the guys my bro.”
Noble, now 27, resides in Brooklyn, New York and works as a male model. He’s driven to bring awareness to multiple sclerosis (MS) due to his mother’s diagnosis with it when he was only seven. Noble recently was announced as a Mission Speaker for the Breakaway to Key Largo, a Bike MS event held in Miami, Florida.
To review Chris’s Survivor Bio, please click here: http://www.cbs.com/shows/survivor/cast/215832/
Noble, a native of Tavemier, Florida attended Polk State Community College in Winter Haven, Florida before moving on to the University of Pikeville for his junior and senior seasons. The 6-foot-2, 200-pound right-handed pitcher played for the Honkers in 2012 after his junior season. He posted a 2-4 record with a 6.44 ERA. Noble made 14 total appearances on the season starting nine.
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