Angela Carter
Angela  Carter

Dallas, TX

High School:
Bryan Adams HS


Was the anchor of the Mean Green defense last season despite missing the final five games due to injury . . . Helped lead the North Texas defense to five shutouts, 1.7 goals per game and only allowed only 6.10 shots on goal per game . . . Registered her second career shot on goal last season from her defensive position.

Established herself as one of the Mean Green’s steadiest defenders in her two years at North Texas . . . Was one of just three players to see action in all 18 games last season and one of two (the other was Krista Georgas) to start all 18 games for the Mean Green . . . Helped anchor a defense that recorded five shutouts and gave up just 21 goals (.857 per game) in 2001.

The true freshman came in and made an immediate impact with the Mean Green, playing in all 22 games and starting 15 times . . . Played on a defensive unit that helped lead North Texas to a school record nine shutouts.

High School
A three-year member of the Bryan Adams varsity, was named first team all-district in 1997, 1998 and 1999 . . . Also among the top 10 scorers and assist makers in the Dallas area . . . Helped lead her team to district and area championships in 1997. Club Experience: Angela played under North Texas head coach John Hedlund with the Dallas Texans club team beginning in 1996 . . . Also played for three seasons with the Andromeda Soccer Club (1994-96), which won the U-14 state championship in 1996 and advanced to the U-14 regional semi-finals . . . She also played for the D’Feeters Soccer Club from 1992-94. Personal: Born April 5, 1982 . . . Daughter of Herb and Yolanda Carter . . . Older sister is Nikki Carter transferred to North Texas from Iowa State and played one season with the Lady Eagles in 2000 . . . Listed in Who’s Who in American High School Students . . . Academically she placed in the top three percent of her graduating class.

North Texas Mean Green