Feb. 1, 2017
Boise State women's soccer signed Aubree Chatterton to a National Letter of Intent, head coach Jim Thomas announced Wednesday. Chatterton is a midfielder from Boise, Idaho, where she attends Bishop Kelly High School, leading the Knight to three appearances in the state title match.
"Aubree is an incredibly exciting addition to our program. In 2016 we saw the kind of impact Raimee Sherle had, and there are a lot of similarities. They're free spirits, they roam, they find the game and they influence the game in the way they want to influence it. We're really excited to see Aubree apply her craft."
Chatterton was named the 2016 Idaho Player of the Year after scoring 24 goals and tallying 24 assists in guiding Bishop Kelly to the 4A state title. She repeated as Southern Idaho Conference Player of the Year as a junior and senior. She helped the Knights to four district championships and totaled 50 goals and 43 assists for her career as a four-year starter.
"We continue to see Boise and Treasure Valley natives come in and have big impacts in the Mountain West," Thomas said. "To see Aubree and Raimee play together is something we're all itching to see as quickly as possible. It makes for a very exciting attacking style of soccer."
She plays for FC Nova on the club circuit, in the Elite Clubs National League. The team advanced to the 2014 National Playoffs.
Chatterton is a three-sport athlete at Bishop Kelly, also lettering in basketball and track. She has helped the Knights win consecutive team championships at the state track and field meet, while setting state records in the 4x100 and 4x200 relays. Chatterton and the Knights finished runner up at the basketball state championship.
Both of Chatterton's parents graduated from Boise State.