|Hometown:||Las Vegas, Nev.|
|High School:||Cimarron Memorial|
Played in 17 games on the back line, making seven starts … tallied one shot and was carded once on the season … lone shot came at Houston Baptist (10/27).
Comes to the Island University having played for Mark Bailey at Cimarron-Memorial High School in Las Vegas … started every game for the team … led the squad in assists … was named to the divisional team in 2012 … has played 12 years of club soccer, the most recent season for Amanda Schmutz and Heat FC … stepped in to anchor the defense for the top club program in the state.
Mariah Natilé Symone Olivé was born on June 29, 1995, in Provo, Utah … daughter of Michelle and Tau Olivé … has two siblings, Simi and Masina … is half Samoan and half Kwakiutl Indian, and is a registered tribal member … intends to major in political science at the Island University.
Caldwell on Olivé:
"Mariah is a physically gifted player, who reads the game well. She is very poised under pressure and is capable of managing the game, and therefore we will look to her to run the backline."