Annie Aiello's Career & Game-By-Game Statistics (PDF)
Finished her career tied for 10th all-time in Ball State history in points with 27 ... She was tied for eighth all-time in career goals with 10 and tied for 13th all-time in assists with seven ... Finished her career a perfect 6-for-6 from the penalty spot.
Started all 20 games for the Cardinals in the midfield and on defense ... Recorded one goal and two assists on the season ... Scored her only goal of the year from the penalty spot as she connected on the game-winning goal against Eastern Illinois ... Posted two assists in the Cardinals’ tie against Akron, marking her first career multiple-assist game.
First Team All-Mid-American Conference ... Soccerbuzz.com Third Team All-Great Lakes Region ... All-MAC Tournament selection ... FAU Kickoff Classic All-Tournament Team ... Tied for fourth on the team in scoring with 10 points ... Second on the team in goals with five ... Her five goals are tied for 12th most in a single season in BSU history ... Led the MAC and set a Ball State single-season record with five penalty kick goals ... Posted two game-winning goals, against Akron and Western Michigan ... Started all 20 games in the midfield position, to earn her third letter ... Also played on defense.
Started all 20 games for the Cardinals in the midfield to earn her second letter ... Finished seventh on the team with seven points as she scored one goal and dished out five assists ... Her five assists were tied for most on the team and were tied for eighth in the Mid-American Conference ... Scored the game-winning goal against Miami in the regular season finale that clinched the Cardinals’ first ever MAC regular season title ... Closed the season by recording an assist in each of the final three games.
Played in all 20 games to earn first letter ... Tallied three goals on the season, scoring against Indiana State, IPFW and Bowling Green ... Scored a goal in her first career collegiate game against Indiana State ... Her 24 shots ranked fifth on the squad.
Four-year letterwinner at Penn High School ... Helped high school team to a 14-3-2 overall record and an undefeated conference mark her senior year ... Voted the team’s Most Valuable Player and the Northern Indiana Conference Most Valuable Player ... earned NIC First Team honors, while being named all-district, all-state and all-region her senior year ... Her Carmel United Soccer club team finished second in the 2004 regionals and was the 2003 and 2004 state cup champion
Full name is Anne Marie Aiello ... Daughter of Mike and Connie Aiello ... Has two sisters and one brother ... Owns a 3.056 G.P.A. ... Majoring in social work.
Aiello's Career Statistics