Steven Noller

Steven  Noller


Fort Collins, CO

High School:
Rocky Mountain

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 200


2008 (Junior)

Appeared in and started 17 of the team's 18 games ... named team MVP and second-team all-MPSF ... led the team with nine points ... scored team-high four goals and added an assist ... tied for 10th in the MPSF with four goals ... scored his four goals in four consecutive games, the first Falcon to score a goal in four straight games since Ryan Schaeffer in 1996 ... two of his goals were game-winners, 1-0 over Navy and UNLV ... notched his assist in the season-opener against UC Santa Barbara ... led the squad with 16 shots on goal and finished second with 32 total shots ... his 16 shots on goal were the most by a Falcon since Scott Muir and Colin Eames each had 25 in 2005.

2007 (Sophomore)

Did not play a varsity match.

2006 (Freshman)

Appeared in all 18 games, starting 17 of them ... tied for third on the team with five points (2g, 1a) ... scored game-winner in overtime against UNLV, giving then-coach Lou Sagastume his 300th career victory ... also scored against Memphis ... attempted 21 total shots and 10 shots on goal, fourth-highest total on the team.

Before Air Force

Two-year letterwinner in soccer ... two-time first-team academic all-state selection ... high school soccer coach was Daniel Ibanez.


Parents are Robert and Carol Noller ... has two sisters, Amanda (25) and Brianna (16), and one brother, Michael (16) ... would like to attend medical school after his time at the Academy ... was Cadet in Charge for Operation Air Force at Barksdale AFB, La., this past summer ... also worked Basic Cadet Training ... active in his squadron as the athletic officer ... enjoys playing X-Box and all sports in his spare time ... also recruited by Dana College, Eastern New Mexico and Minnesota-Morris ... favorite food is steak ... favorite movie is Green Street Hooligans ... favorite book is Angels and Demons ... person in history he would most like to meet is Michael Jordan ... greatest moment in sports was winning the FRIT soccer tournament in 1999 here at the Academy ... credits his parents with the biggest influence on his sports career ... member of cadet squadron 25.

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