Aaliyah Nolan
Aaliyah  Nolan

Warwick, Bermuda

Last College:
Navarro College




Mean Green Begin Spring Season With Impressive Showing Against Baylor

North Texas Tie 0-0 With Baylor


Mean Green Soccer Announces Spring Schedule

North Texas Hosts Baylor On March 24


Mean Green Advance To C-USA Championship

North Texas Beats FAU 2-0


Phillips, Sebazco Lead Mean Green To Victory On Senior Day

North Texas Beats FIU 4-0


Sebazco's Late Game-Tying Goal Keeps North Texas' Unbeaten Streak Alive

North Texas Ties No. 18 Rice, 1-1

• 2017 All-Conference Second-Team
• 2017 C-USA All-Academic Second-Team
• Played in 21 matches and missed one due to an injury
• Began the season coming off the bench but started 12 of the last 13 matches
• Tied for second on the team in points (17) and goals (7) 
• Scored a goal versus Florida Atlantic in C-USA semifinals
• Played a season-high 76 minutes versus Rice on Oct. 27 

• The program's first international player

Navarro College
• Was named to the NCJAA Region XIV team as an honorable mention in 2016 after scoring 23 goals
• The 23 goals led the Bulldogs and was second in the region
• Finished second on the team in points (50) and shots (67)
• Recorded a five-goal game and also had a hat trick in a win at Jacksonville
• The 13-5 Bulldogs advanced to the Region XIV championship game for the second straight year
• Was a first-team all-region selection as a freshman in 2015

Bermuda National Team
• Been a part of the Bermuda National Team since 2013
• Played with the Bermuda Under 17 and Under 20 National Teams in the 2013 Caribbean Football Union (CFU) World Cup Qualifiers and with the Under 20 team in the 2015 CFU qualifiers
• Played with the national team at the 2013 Island Games

High School
• Attended the Berkeley Institute where she was a four-time academic honor roll honoree as well as a four-time MVP of the soccer team
• Received the Government of Bermuda's National Sports Award (2013 and 2016), the Junior Achievement Award (2013 and 2015) and the Special Recognition U17 (2013)

North Texas Mean Green