35 - Aubree Moore
Aubree Moore
Height: 5-7
Year: Senior
Hometown: Bowie, Md.
High School: Cedar Brook Academy
Position: G

2012-13: Appeared in 18 games and made 16 starts for a total of 979:37 minutes in goal … totaled 433 saves and a .921 save percentage during her junior season … held opponents to an average of 2.27 goals per game … nationally ranked in the top 20 in both save percentage and GAA … was particularly successful in the ECAC, as she ranked sixth in save percentage (.925), while her 2.18 GAA put her seventh in the league … recorded a shutout in a 1-0 win against Union on Dec. 8, during which she tallied 33 saves … received the team Excellence in Strength and Conditioning Award … ECAC All-Academic Team selection for the third consecutive year.

2011-12: Team MVP ... played in 20 games … total of 1,091.08 minutes in goal … 542 saves … .933 save percentage, the 10th highest in the nation … averaged 2.14 goals allowed per game, which ranked 16th in the country … shutout versus Sacred Heart… 34 saves against Dartmouth, including 14 in the third period and four in overtime… one of three finalists for ECAC Goalie of the Year… First Team All-Ivy… ECAC Third Team… ECAC All-Academic Team selection.

2010-11: Made seven starts in net for the bears, appearing in 11 games ... totaled 575:30 minutes between the pipes, making 367 saves ... finished the season with a 4.59 goals against average and a .893 save percentage … ECAC All-Academic Team Selection.

Before Brown: Played on the 2010 USA Under-18 National Team which won silver at the IIHF World Championships ... while playing for the Montgomery Blue Devils she had a career best 0 goals allowed on 73 shots ... with the Washington Pride, she was selected as the Player of the Week twice in the Junior Women's Hockey League.

Personal: Aubree Colleen Moore is the daughter of Alvin and Lisa Moore of Bowie, Md. … Has a younger sister, Caroline … enjoys guitar and hiking ... maintained a 4.0 GPA all four years of high school ... member of the National Society of High School Scholars.