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Schafer scores two goals in Penn State's 4-0 victory over MSU
Frannie Crouse, Megan Schafer score for PSU
Hayes and Schram are the first PSU duo to earn first team recognition since 2003
Lion Career 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... named a Scholar All-American by the NSCAA... also an Academic All-Big Ten choice... led team with 28 points, 12 goals and 4 assists... started all 26 games... scored two goals twice this season, against Michigan (9/24) and Northwestern (11/2)... scored the game winner against Boston College (11/17) in the NCAA tournament to send the Nittany Lions to the quarterfinals... tallied four game-winning goals on the season, Bucknell (9/10), at Purdue (10/6), Northwestern (11/2) and Boston College (11/17)... scored goals in three straight games, at Texas A&M (9/3), West Virginia (9/8), and Bucknell (9/10).
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 pair of goals in the Lions' 8-0 win against Iowa (10/9) and the gamewinner in shut-out victory over Indiana (9/23)... her four assists came against: then-No. 4 Virginia (9/4), Maryland (9/16), Purdue (9/25) and Illinois (10/7)... took 29 shots... an Academic All-Big Ten selection.
2004... Aden-Buie played in 21 of the Lions' 23 games as a reserve... notched her first collegiate point at Iowa (10/15) on an assist... scored the gamewinner vs. Indiana in the Big Ten Tournament (11/4) ... also added an assist vs. Illinois in the Big Ten Tournament (11/5)... took 15 shots, with her season high of three coming against Bucknell (9/14).
Before Penn State 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 Parkland to a pair of league titles and three district titles in soccer as well as the 2003 Lehigh Valley Conference field hockey title... a member of the U-19 ODP East Regional Team... 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... captained her team her junior and senior years... named first team all-state, all-area, and all-district in 2004... was Parkland's soccer offensive player of the year her senior year after scoring enough career goals to place her second on Parkland's all-time list... scored the game-winning goal in the district final in overtime her final two years in a row, and the game winner in overtime of the state quarterfinals.
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 (23) and a younger sister Britta (17)... graduated high school with over a 4.0 GPA... has a double major in English and psychology.