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Aubrey Bledsoe

Teams: Washington Spirit
Position: Goalkeeper
Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio
Age: 26 (11/20/1991)
Height: 5-9
College: Wake Forest
Last Club: Orlando Pride

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*Acquired by the Washington Spirit via trade from the Orlando Pride on January 23, 2018


2015: Played in one game for NWSL club Sky Blue FC before joining Danish club Fortuna Hjørring on loan. 2016: Selected by the Orlando Pride in the 2016 NWSL Expansion Draft, and appeared in 1 game during the 2016 NWSL season. 2017: Started 11 games for Orlando during the regular season, earning two clean sheets and racking up 36 total saves… Earned a pair of NWSL Save of the Week honors, in Week 9 and Week 12… Joined Australian side Sydney FC on loan during the NWSL’s 2017-2018 offseason to compete in the Westfield W-League.

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.

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


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