Played four seasons on the Penn State women's soccer team before joining field hockey squad in 2008... Helped PSU to four Big Ten titles and a College Cup appearance during her Nittany Lions soccer career.
Women's Soccer Career:
Awards: Three-time Academic All-Big Ten 2006... 2006 First Team All-Big Ten, 2007 second team pick. 2007 NSCAA Second Team All-Mid-Atlantic Region, third team in 2006... 2006 Soccerbuzz Third Team All-Region 2006... Offensive MVP of the Big Ten Tournament in 2006... 2006 ESPN the Magazine Third Team Academic All-America... Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (9/25/06).
2007: A second team All-Great Lakes Region selection, Aden-Buie improved on her third-team nod from 2006 after finishing as the Nittany Lions' second-leading scorer in 2007... For the year, she posted 12 goals and added two assists... she was fourth in the Big Ten in goals per game (0.52) and was also among the top 10 in points per game (1.13)... A tri-captain, she was selected second team all-conference after carrying a 3.75 GPA while majoring in English and psychology... Aden-Buie proved herself a pressure player on more then one account as four of her five game-winning goals came either vs. ranked teams (including game-winner vs. then-No. 4 Purdue) or in one-goal wins.
2006: A first team All-Big Ten selection. Third team NSCAA All-Mid-Atlantic pick. Soccer Buzz third team All-Region selection... Honored as a third team Academic All-America by ESPN the Magazine... Named Offensive MVP of the Big Ten Tournament after scoring two goals and notching two assists en route to Penn State's championship run... She was named a Scholar All-American by the NSCAA and also an Academic All-Big Ten choice... Led team with 28 points, 12 goals and four assists)... An Academic All-Big Ten selection.
2005: Accumulated 16 points in 2005, which is tied for second-highest of any returner to the squad this season... Appeared in 24 of 25 games in 2005, starting four.. Netted six goals and added four assists. Scored a game-winner in shut-out victory over Indiana (9/23)... An Academic All-Big Ten selection.
High School: Graduated as the only athlete in Parkland High School history to receive 12 Varsity letters... She excelled in soccer, basketball and field hockey. She helped the Trojans to a 2000 Mountain Valley Conference championship and a 2003 Lehigh Valley Conference title in field hockey, as well as a pair of league titles and three district titles in soccer... Tabbed the Allentown Morning Call's Player of the Year for 2004. Named the 2004 High School Female Athlete of the Year for Parkland and was inducted into the Parkland Athletic Hall of Fame. Aden-Buie led her field hockey team in points during her junior year. She was named offensive player of the year as a junior and senior... Earned a spot as a first-team all-Lehigh Valley conference in 2001, 2002 and 2003. She's second on Parkland's all-time goal-scoring list in soccer.
Personal Born on November 20, 1985, in Allentown, Pa., she is the daughter of Beth and Ken Aden-Buie... full name is Aubrey Leigh Aden-Buie... has an older brother Garrick (24) and a younger sister Britta (18)... graduated high school with over a 4.0 GPA... a member of the Schreyer Honors College... has a double major in English and psychology.
Char Morett on Aubrey Aden-Buie "We are so thrilled that Aubrey has decided to play field hockey for us this fall after finishing an outstanding soccer career last fall. She is certainly an outstanding athlete and someone who will provide great energy on the field. Both sports share similar tactics so I'm sure her transition will be an easy one for her and a pleasure for us."