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Aubrey Bledsoe
Aubrey Bledsoe

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Cincinnati, Ohio

High School:
St. Ursula Academy

Height:
5-9

Position:
Goalkeeper

Club Team:
Kings Soccer Academy

10/10/2014

Aubrey Bledsoe Inks Deal with Sky Blue FC

The former Wake Forest goalkeeper returns stateside to compete in the top professional women's league in the country.

07/15/2014

Ridgik, Bledsoe, Stengel Called up to U.S. U-23s

Current senior Riley Ridgik and former players Katie Stengel and Aubrey Bledsoe will camp with the U.S. U-23 national team

05/30/2014

Three Deacs Called Up to U-23 National Team

Aubrey Bledsoe, Katie Stengel and Riley Ridgik will join the team in camp

05/21/2014

Demon Deacons Earn Their Degrees

A total of 86 Wake Forest student-athletes received their degrees on Monday

05/01/2014

Wake Forest to Host the Black and Golden Globes

Saturday's event will honor Wake Forest's achievements during the 2013-14 season

10/11/2013

Women's Soccer Seniors - A Breakthrough Class

A look back at the careers of the Wake Forest women's soccer senior class

10/29/2012

ACC Quarterfinal vs. Duke Highlights

10/26/2012

ACC Quarterfinal Promo Video

Aubrey Bledsoe asks fans to come support Wake Forest in its ACC Quarterfinal match against Duke on Sunday at 1 p.m.

09/28/2012

Aubrey Bledsoe Previews Wake Forest's Match with Clemson

Aubrey Bledsoe talks about Wake Forest's Match with Clemson this weekend

02/27/2012

Women's Soccer Season Recap

A look back at the 2011 Wake Forest women's soccer season

11/16/2013

Wake Forest vs. Morehead State - 11-16-13

The Demon Deacons defeated the Eagles 2-0 in the first round of the NCAA Championship

10/13/2013

Wake Forest vs. Virginia - Women's Soccer

The Demon Deacons fell to the No. 1 Cavaliers 2-0

09/04/2013

Wake Forest vs. Louisville - 9/1/13

The Wake Forest women's soccer team faced Louisville

11/02/2012

Wake Forest vs. Maryland - ACC Semifinals

Maryland defeated Wake Forest 2-0 in the semifinals of the ACC Championships

09/30/2012

Women's Soccer vs. Clemson - 9/30/12

Wake Forest defeated Clemson 4-0 at Spry Stadium

Awards
2013 NSCAA All-America (Second Team)
2013 Senior CLASS Award Finalist
2013 CoSIDA Academic All-America (Second Team)
2013 All-ACC First Team
2013 Top Drawer Soccer Best XI (Third Team)
2013 All-ACC Academic Team
2013 ACC Postgraduate Scholarship Recipient

2012 NSCAA All-America Third Team
2012 Capital One Academic All-America Second Team
2012 All-ACC Second Team
2012 ACC All-Tournament Team
2012 Capital One Academic All-District
2012 All-Southeast Region
2012 All-ACC Academic Team
2012 Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week (11/12)
2012 Wake Forest Invitational All-Tournament Team
2012 Soccer America Preseason All-America
2012 M.A.C. Hermann Trophy Watch List

2011 NSCAA All-America Second Team
2011 Soccer America MVP Second Team
2011 All-ACC First Team
2011 All-Southeast Region First Team
2011 ACC All-Tournament Team
2011 Capital One Academic All-District
2011 Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week (2 times)
2011-12 ACC Honor Roll

2010 ACC Tournament MVP
2010 ACC All-Tournament Team
2010 All-ACC Academic Team
2010-11 ACC Honor Roll

Career Summary:
One of only three Demon Deacons to be named an All-American three times, earning third team honors from the NSCAA in 2011 and 2012 and second team honors in 2013 ... Wake Forest's first Capital One Academic All-American, earning the honors in 2012 and 2013 ... Was named the ACC Tournament MVP in the 2010 after stopping three penalty kicks in the final against Maryland to help lead the Demon Deacons to their first ACC Championship ... A three-time All-ACC selection, twice making the first team ... The Wake Forest career record holder for shutouts (33), goals against average (0.91), games played and started (94) and minutes played in goal (8,692) ... Ranks second in NCAA Division I history and first in ACC history in minutes played by a goalkeeper and seventh on the ACC career shutout chart ... Recipient of an ACC Postgraduate Scholarship ... Started every game that Wake Forest played during her four seasons ... Co-captain of the Demon Deacons as a senior in 2013 ... Spent time with the U.S. Under-23 National Team ... Will graduate in May, 2014 with a degree in health and exercise science and minors in chemistry and biology


2013 (Senior):
Named to the NSCAA All-America second team, earning All-America honors for the third year in a row... Repeated on the CoSIDA Academic All-America Team (second team) ... Was honored as first team All-ACC, her third time earning All-ACC honors and second time making the first team ... Started all 21 games, keeping eight shutouts and posting a 0.87 goals against average and a .800 save percentage ... Finished third in the ACC in save percentage, fourth in shutouts, sixth in goals against average and sixth in saves ...Helped the Demon Deacons record four 1-0 victories ... Shut out Penn State and potent scorer Maya Hayes in the second round of the NCAA Tournament after shutting out Morehead State in the first round ... Didn't allow more than two goals in a game all season ... Made a season-high eight saves in a 1-0 loss to Boston College ... Stopped three shots in a 0-0 tie against No. 3 Florida State ... Made seven saves to help the Demon Deacons to a key 1-0 road win at Clemson

2012 (Junior):
Named to the NSCAA All-America team (third team) for the second year in a row ... Became the first player in program history to make the Capital One Academic All-America team ... Earned all-conference honors for the second consecutive season after being voted to the 2012 All-ACC second team ... Selected as a Capital One Academic All-District honoree ... Named to the ACC All-Tournament team for the third consecutive year, joining Stacy Roeck as the only three-time honorees in Wake Forest history ... Moved into first place on the Wake Forest career charts with 25 career shutouts ... Started all 23 games in goal, posting eight shutouts and keeping a 0.85 goals against average ... Her eight shutouts were tied for second-most among ACC players while her 0.85 GAA ranked as fourth-best in the conference ... Was named a preseason All-American by Soccer America ... Her eight shutouts were tied for second-most among ACC players while her 0.85 GAA ranked as fourth-best in the conference ... Made a season-high six saves to shutout Duke in the quarterfinals of the ACC Championship ... Stopped one shot in a shutout of Georgia Southern in the opening round of the NCAA Championship ... Had four saves in a shutout of No. 4 Boston College, helping the Demon Deacons to a 2-0 win ... Recorded back-to-back-to-back shutouts against UMass, Illinois, and Miami - all narrow 1-0 victories for the Demon Deacons ... Her performances against the Minutewomen and the Fighting Illini earned her a spot on the Wake Forest Invitational All-Tournament Team ... Posted early-season shutouts against UNC Wilmington and Charlotte ... Stopped five shots to help Wake Forest earn a 1-1 road tie against No. 6 Duke

2011 (Sophomore):
Named to the NSCAA All-America Second Team ... The lone goalkeeper on the All-ACC First Team ... Capital One Academic All-District Second Team ... Set a new Wake Forest single-season record with 14 shutouts ... Finished the year with a 0.74 goals against average that ranked as the second-lowest in school history ... Named to the 2011 ACC All-Tournament Team ... Twice named to Top Drawer Soccer's National Team of the Week ... Strung together a scoreless streak of 515:46 minutes, which ranked as the second-longest in school history ... Played every minute of the 2011 season in net for the Demon Deacons, setting a new Wake Forest single-season record with 26 starts ... Camped with the U.S. U-23 National Team in October under the direction of full national team coach Pia Sundhage ... Recorded five saves against UCF in the NCAA quarterfinals to extend her school single-season record to 14 shutouts ... Made a career-high 11 saves against Penn State in the third round of the NCAA Tournament ... Extended her school single-season record to 13 shutouts with a three-save performance against Boston University in the second round of the NCAA Tournament ... Notched her 12th shutout of the season with a clean sheet against Oakland in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... Saved four shots in the Deacons' victory over top-seed Duke in the ACC semifinals ... Made six saves in Wake Forest's 3-2 win against Boston College in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament ... Recorded a clean sheet against Clemson to extend her school-record total to 11 shutouts on the season ... Set the Wake Forest single-season shutout record with her 10th clean sheet of the year against North Carolina ... Made eight saves to notch her ninth shutout of the year against Maryland, tying the Wake Forest single-season record ... Made one save against South Carolina to pick up her sixth shutout of the season ... Made one save to record her fifth shutout of the year against Florida State... Set a new career-best with her fourth shutout of the season against Loyola (Md.) ... Made three saves to help the Demon Deacons post a 4-1 win on the road at Auburn in the season opener ... Earned first shutout of the year against UCF, making four saves to keep the Knights off of the scoresheet in a 1-0 Deacon victory ... Notched another shutout against UNC Greensboro, making one top-notch save to hold the Spartans scoreless ... Made one save in a 3-0 shutout of Campbell.

2010 (Freshman):
Started all 24 of Wake Forest's games this season in goal ... Named ACC Tournament MVP after saving three Maryland penalty kicks to help Wake Forest win the 2010 ACC Championship in a shootout ... Made the 2010 ACC All-Tournament Team ... Set Wake Forest record for starts in a season by a goalkeeper with 24 ... Had three saves to earn her third shutout of the season as Wake Forest edged San Diego 1-0 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... Made three saves in Wake Forest's 1-1 tie with North Carolina to help the Deacons reach the ACC Championship ... Made several key saves to help Wake Forest to a 2-1 upset of No. 6 Maryland ... Made a career-high nine saves in Wake' 1-0 overtime loss at Florida State ... Played the first 60 minutes of the Deacons' shutout of Clemson, making one save ... Made three saves to help Wake Forest to a 2-1 upset victory over No. 14 Duke ... Notched three saves in the Deacons' 2-1 win at High Point ... Made three saves in Wake Forest's 4-1 victory over Villanova ... Earned a shutout against Kentucky in the ACC/SEC Challenge ... Made one save while earning a victory over ECU ... Recorded a shutout in her first collegiate game vs. UNC Wilmington on Aug. 20, making four saves.

High School/Club
Three-year letterwinner at St. Ursula Academy ... Participated in U-18 WNT training camp in early 2010 and was selected to be on the U-18 team at the La Manga Tournament in La Manga, Spain ... Member of high school state championship team in 2007 and 2008 ... High school team has posted a 58-3-5 over the last three seasons ... Allowed just one goal in past two years of postseason play (12 games) ... Earned All-State honors in 2009 and was an All-Conference choice in 2008 and 2009 ... Named to the ESPN Rise All-Area team and the Cincinnati Enquirer All-Star team ... Played in 2009 southwest Ohio district All-Star game ... Won the 2005 Ohio South State Cup with Cardinal Soccer Club ... Played with Kings Soccer Academy, which was a finalist at the 2009 Kentucky State Cup ... Also earned three letters on the school's basketball team ... High school teammate of current Deac, Ally Berry ... Member of National Honor Society

Personal
Born on November 20, 1991 ... Daughter of Paul and Char Bledsoe ... Twin sister, Amber, is also a goalkeeper at Brown.


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