|Full name||Oluwanisola Abolaji|
|Date of birth||March 27, 1985|
|Place of birth||Carbondale, Illinois, United States|
|Height||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
|2004||Northern Oklahoma Mavericks|
|2005–2006||Boulder Rapids Reserve||30||(0)|
|2008||Colorado Rapids U23's||18||(0)|
|2009–||Thunder Bay Chill||25||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 20 June 2009.
† Appearances (Goals).
College and Amateur
Abolaji attended Eaglecrest High School in Aurora, Colorado, and played college soccer at Barton County Community College in Kansas, where he was named to the NJCAA Region VI All-Region second team in 2003. He transferred to Northern Oklahoma College in 2004, where he was named the team's defensive MVP and helped lead the Mavericks to the NJCAA Region II championship. He then transferred again, to the University at Buffalo, where he spent his junior and senior years. He played 18 games for the Bulls his senior year, scoring two goals and one assist, the helper coming on the game-winning goal in the Bulls' upset win over 19th-ranked Northern Illinois.
Abolaji was the first overall selection in the 2007 USL-1 Draft by the Carolina RailHawks, making him the first athlete from the University of Buffalo to be drafted first overall in any professional sports draft. Having played just 10 games for the RailHawks, Abolaji was traded to the Vancouver Whitecaps in exchange for Joel John Bailey on July 29, 2007, but later left the team after a coaching change. His name "Oluwanisola" means "God creates Wealth" in Yoruba
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