Post Washington: Trained with the Ethiopian National Team in early 2013.
Washington 2012 (RS Senior): Ranked T-6th in the Pac-12 in total shots (20) ... T-8th in the Pac-12 in shots per game (2.00) ... earned a sixth year of eligibility ... started in the season-opener vs. Gonzaga taking two shots ... had two shots off the bench vs. Cal Poly ... had one shot off the bench vs. Wisconsin ... started and played 87 minutes in the 2OT game vs. CSUB ... started at No. 4/1 UCONN and took one shot ... played 51 minutes off the bench vs. Memphis at UAB in the 1-0 overtime win ... took two shots off the bench at UAB ... scored his first goal of 2012 in the 78th minute vs. Brown to put UW up 3-2 at the time ... scored on a short pass from James Moberg on the right side of the box ... played 90 minutes in the game earning the start ... took four total shots in the game ... scored the game-winner in the 45th minute vs. Seattle U on a long pass from Ben Fisk ... took a team-high five shots, three on goal in the Pac-12 opener vs. Oregon State ... earned the start and playing 81 minutes in the 1-0 shutout ... earned the start at SDSU and took one shot ... played 55 minutes off the bench at UCLA and took a team-high four shots, two on goal in the 2-1 upset ... took one shot vs. Cal and had the assist on Patrick Pacheco's game-winning goal in the 107th minute ... came in off the bench in the win vs. Stanford ... took two shots, both on goal off the bench at Cal ... took one shot on goal against Stanford ... took two shots off the bench in the 2-0 win vs. SDSU ... took one shot off the bench on senior night vs. No. 7 UCLA ... took three shots off the bench at OSU ... took one shot on goal off the bench in the NCAA First Round win vs. Air Force ... earned minutes off the bench in the NCAA Second Round game at No. 8/12th-seeded Creighton.
2011 (Senior): Appeared in 14 of 18 games, starting six, after joining the team partway through the season ... scored two goals, both game winners, four points, and took 17 shots with six on goal .... scored his first career goal with the Huskies on an assist by Quinton Beasley in his first career start with the team vs. Houston Baptist on Sept. 23 ... also scored coming off the bench on a Brent Richards assist vs. Stanford on Oct. 21 ... took a career high four shots on Oct. 14 at Stanford and took three shots both vs. Houston Baptist on Sept. 23 and vs. SDSU on Oct. 9 ... was drafted by the Seattle Sounders.
Clarke University 2008 (Sophomore): Played in 17 of the Crusaders' 19 games ... started 15 games ... led the team in shots (59) and shared the team lead in assists (5) ... ranked second in goals scored (12), points (29) and shots on goal (34) ... had one game-winning goal ... was the second-highest scorer in a season in school history.
Whatcom CC: The NWAACC North MVP leading the league in scoring 27 goals and made the NWAACC all-star game.
High School/Club: Started HS at Nathan Hale ... was the starting midfielder and had 14 goals while being named to the First-Team All-Metro League ... switched schools and played final years at Roosevelt High School ... earned First-Team All-Metro honors and was the top scorer with 12 goals in 2007 ... in 2008 he scored eight goals in 13 games ... has played for the SeaWolves FC team in the PDL and this past season started in nine games and scored four goals ... played for Lower Milan Kenya from 2000-04 where he was the two-time league leading scorer and MVP, the team was four-time league champions and two-time state champions.
Personal: Abdulwali Aman was born on August 15, 1989 in Ethiopia ... son of Abdurazak Aman and Zeytuna Kadir.