Junior Noah Wilson scores his team-best seventh goal of the season to tie the match in the first half
UC Davis heads to Southern California to take on Cal State Fullerton in first round clash
Wilson nets his sixth goal of the season off assist by Power to beat UC Santa Barbara on the road
UC Davis welcomes Cal Poly in home finale before heading south to take on division-leading UCSB
Junior nets a point in his fifth straight contest, scores for the fourth time in five matches
2016: One of eight Aggies to appear in all 20 matches, making 18 starts in net... Finished the year with an 8-8-3 overall record with a 1.18 goals against average and six shutouts... Led the Big West Conference in shutouts and shutouts per game (0.30), while ranking fifth in the league in goals against, sixth in saves (49), ninth in saves per game (2.45), and seventh in save percentage (.690)... Opened the season with shutouts in back-to-back matches against San Jose State (Aug. 26) and Pacific (Sept. 1), adding clean sheets against San Diego (Sept. 9), Portland (Sept. 18), Cal State Fullerton (Oct. 8), and UC Santa Barbara (Oct. 30)... Finished with a season-high five saves twice against the Tigers and Utah Valley (Sept. 24).
2015: Appeared in nine matches overall with six starts in net for the Aggies... Finished the year 3-3-2 overall with a 1.42 goals against average and 27 saves... Posted a season-high seven saves against UC Irvine on Oct. 10 -- tying a program Division I Era single-match record... Ranked ninth in the Big West Conference in overall saves... Earned his first win of the season against Wisconsin on Sept. 6, making six saves while facing 11 shots against the Badgers... Also posted wins over the Anteaters and Cal Poly (Oct. 14), making five more saves in the latter against the Mustangs... Posted his only shutout of the year against Cal Poly on Oct. 28, making three stops in a scoreless draw with the Mustangs.
2014: ALL-BIG WEST CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION... Made 13 appearances and 12 starts in net for the Aggies... Finished the year 5-4-3 overall with a 0.75 goals against average and five shutouts... Ranked No. 21 in the NCAA in goals against average and No. 24 with a .815 save percentage... Goals against average also ranks third on the school's single-season chart (minimum 1,000 minutes)... Ranked among the Big West leaders in minutes (7th), fewest goals allowed (2nd), goals against average (2nd), saves (7th), save percentage (1st), and shutouts (T-4th)... Went the distance in all 12 of his starts... Finished with a season-high six saves in a win over Cal Poly (Nov. 5), and had five saves in a match three times against San Francisco (Sept. 26), Sacramento State (Nov. 1), and Cal State Fullerton (Nov. 8)... Posted shutouts over the Dons, UC Riverside (Oct. 4), UC Santa Barbara (Oct. 18), the Mustangs (Oct. 22), and Hornets (Oct. 25)... Combined on a shutout with teammate Kris Schultz at CSUN (Oct. 11)... Faced a season-high 22 shots against Cal Poly (Nov. 5) in a 2-1 UC Davis victory, just days after facing 21 shots against Sacramento State (Nov. 1).
2013: Made five appearances in net for the Aggies, making three starts... Posted a 1.13 goals against average in just under 318 minutes, making eight saves while posting a 1-1-1 record... Made his first career start at UC Riverside in a 2-0 victory, stopping a season-high five shots to nail down his first career shutout... Made a pair of starts against powerhouse UC Santa Barbara, taking the Gauchos to double overtime in the first meeting on Oct. 19 at home before stopping three shots in a 1-1 double-overtime draw in Santa Barbara on Nov. 2.
LOS OSOS HS '12: Helped lead his team to a 12-7-5 overall record and a 7-3-0 mark in Baseline League play during his senior season... Earned All-Baseline League second team honors in 2010 after Los Osos won the league championship with a 19-2-2 record... Also lettered in football and was an all-conference second team punter in 2011.
PERSONAL: Has one younger sister, Christina... Majoring in managerial economics... Lists his acceptance to UC Davis as his greatest personal accomplishment.