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Aubrey Bledsoe

Teams: Washington Spirit
Position: Goalkeeper
Hometown: Cincinnati, OH
Age: 27 (11/20/1991)
Height: 5-9
College: Wake Forest
Last Club: Orlando Pride

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The Washington Spirit acquired Aubrey Bledsoe on January 23, 2018 via trade from the Orlando Pride.


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. 2018: Bledsoe finished her first  season as a member of the Spirit with an NWSL regular season record 108 saves… She racked up four clean sheets on the season, and made a career-high 10 saves in her Spirit debut in the club’s regular season opener on March 24 against Seattle Reign FC… Bledsoe won back-to-back NWSL Save of the Week awards in Weeks 5 and 6, and was named the NWSL Player of the Week for Weeks 11 and 12.

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…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 …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…2010 (Freshman): Started all 24 of Wake Forest’s games as a freshman.


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