JUNIOR SEASON (2012)
Continued to be a threat in the middle as a junior ... battled a midseason injury to appear in 22 matches, the fewest in her career, while making 19 starts ... still managed to set a career high with 156 kills despite the missed time ... was one of six Red Raiders to record 100 kills, marking the first time Texas Tech had done so since 2001 ... took only 369 swings while making 41 errors ... her .312 hitting percentage finished tied for seventh all-time in Tech single-season history with Chris Martin (1991) ... was the highest hitting percentage for a Red Raider since Yolanda Cumbess set the school record in 2001 ... will have a chance to enter the top 10 in career history as a senior as well ... was once again one of Tech's top blockers ... totaled 57 blocks on the year, which was tied with Mikia Mills for third on the team ... averaged 0.76 blocks per set, the second-highest average on the team ... added 20 digs as well ... her 2.08 kills per set average was the highest of her career ... finished with 10 or more kills in three different matches, beginning Sept. 3 with 13 against North Texas ... also hit a .524 against the Mean Green, her second highest percentage of the year ... was one of five times on the year where she hit .400 or better with at least five kills ... also hit .500 on Sept. 8 with 13 kills against Montana ... snapped her career high the very next match with 19 kills in a five-set victory over Houston Baptist on Sept. 14 ... previous high entering the season with 13 against Colorado on Nov. 13, 2010 ... also had four blocks against Houston Baptist, one of eight times where she stuff four or more attempts in a match ... started off the season by snapping her career high with nine blocks against Fordham ... nearly notched her first career double-double the unconventional way as she had eight kills in the match as well ... followed up with nine kills and four blocks against Binghamton later in the day ... wrapped the Boston College Invitational with 30 kills and 18 blocks over four matches en route to earning all-tournament honors ... was among Tech's leaders offensively until suffering an injury early in Big 12 play ... was limited to just six conference matches ... missed the majority of October and did not return to the court until Nov. 14 at Texas ... played in just one set against the Longhorns but played in seven in Tech's final two matches against Baylor and Kansas.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2011)
Posted better numbers in her second season ... appeared in 24 matches while making 19 starts ... missed eight matches due to injury or illness ... finished with 144 kills which was fourth on the team and most for any middle blocker ... also had 77 blocks, third-most on the squad ... took 345 attacks from the middle ... finished with a .281 hitting percentage which was the team's highest average among regular attackers (excludes setter Karlyn Meyers) ... hit over .130 points higher than her freshman season ... posted 10 aces on the year, including a season-high three at Louisiana Tech ... began the year with five or more blocks in four of her first five matches ... shined during the Texas Tech Invitational, posting six kills in the opener against Central Arkansas ... followed up by matching her career high with eight blocks against both Northwestern State and Morehead State ... also snapped mark for most block assists against Morehead State ... was named the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week for her efforts ... became first Tech player to earn a conference weekly award since the 2008 season ... helped Tech to the UT-Arlington Invitational title with eight kills against Louisiana-Lafayette and seven against the host Mavericks ... took only 13 attempts with no errors against the Rajin' Cajuns to set a new career high with a .615 hitting percentage ... followed the performance up with a season-high 10 kills a few days later at North Texas ... also had 10 kills in Tech's five-set loss to Oklahoma where she posted a .455 hitting percentage ... would record 10 kills two more times on the season against both Kansas (Nov. 12) and Missouri (Nov. 26) ... missed six-straight matches in the month of October due to illness ... returned against Baylor on Oct. 26 to spark Tech with six kills and four blocks ... really shined during the final stretch of the season ... had five or more kills in each of the final eight matches ... also hit over .300 in five of those matches, including a .529 average in the season finale against Missouri.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2010)
A true offensive threat in only her freshman season ... third on the team in total kills and attempts ... posted these numbers despite missing the first three matches of the season due to a preseason leg injury ... appeared in 26 matches with 14 starts ... shined in only her second collegiate match against UC Davis, nailing seven kills off 12 attempts and one error for a season-high .500 hitting percentage ... continued the trend the following day against Texas State with seven kills again ... hit double-digits for the first time against Northeastern, dropping 10 kills while adding a season-high eight blocks ... approached double-digits against Baylor but ended the night with nine kills ... posted 11 kills the following match against Kansas ... also finished with a .400 hitting percentage against the Jayhawks to go along with five blocks ... recorded a season-high 13 kills against Colorado ... posted 10 kills against Texas off 30 attempts, which matched her season high ... finished the year with eight kills at Baylor ... started in all but five matches in Big 12 play.
CAREER HIGHS (entering 2013 season) Kills: 19, vs. Houston Baptist (Sept. 14, 2012) Total Attacks: 41, vs. Houston Baptist (Sept. 14, 2012) Hitting Percentage: .615, vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 9/17/11 Assists: 2, vs. UC Davis (Sept. 3, 2010) Service Aces: 3, twice, last at Louisiana Tech (Sept. 10, 2011) Digs: 4, four times, last at Texas A&M (Nov. 2, 2011) Solo Blocks: 3, vs. Northeastern (Sept. 11, 2010) Block Assists: 8, twice, last vs. Fordham (Aug. 24, 2012) Total Blocks: 9, vs. Fordham (Aug. 24, 2012)
CANYON RANDALL HIGH SCHOOL
Four-year letterwinner for the Lady Raiders ... earned second team All-District accolades her freshman season ... was a first team All-District selection her final three seasons ... also earned All-State honors following her sophomore, junior, and senior seasons ... recognized on the Amarillo-Globe News Super Team in 2008 ... publication named her the area's MVP in 2009 following the Raiders' 4A State Title ... also earned MVP honors for the state title match ... played on a Randall squad that was ranked among the best teams in the nation her senior season ... team finished the season with 42-straight wins ... team also advanced to the state tournament in 2007 ... ranked among the top 100 seniors nationally ... high school coach: Jason Culpepper
Member of the AAU Young Guns team ... was an AAU All-American in 2007 ... team qualified for nationals in 2006 ... was also on the high performance regional team in 2006, which the team won.
Aubree Piper ... born Feb. 25, 1992 to parents John and Anita Piper ... has one older brother, Cole ... mother was previously a volleyball student-athlete at West Texas A&M ... majoring in exercise and sports science.