Brandon Aubrey Wife
Meet Jenn Aubrey! She is the beautiful wife of NFL player Brandon Aubrey, the placekicker currently playing for the Dallas Cowboys. Before signing with the Cowboys in 2023, Aubrey played for the Birmingham Stallions of the USFL.
One interesting fact about Brandon Aubrey is that he also excelled in soccer, before he was drafted by the Toronto FC in the 2017 MLS SuperDraft, Aubrey played defender for the Fighting Irish at the University of Notre Dame.
Brandon Aubrey wife Jenn Aubrey was born Jennifer Lynn Blum in February 1995, in Euless, Texas. She is one of the children born to Brent and Lynn Blum, also proud parents o Jenn’s older brother Ryan.
She completed her high school journey at Ursuline Academy in Dallas, Texas, in the Spring of 2013. A talented lacrosse player, Jenn served as her team’s goalie and earned three varsity letters during her time at Ursuline Academy.
Her senior year was particularly noteworthy as she received the prestigious US Lacrosse first team All-American honor. Her skills didn’t go unnoticed within the state either, earning her an all-state selection. As someone who led by example, Jenn was chosen as the team captain and was awarded the Spirit of Lacrosse Award for her passion and dedication to the sport.
Jenn’s contributions were pivotal in steering her team towards their first-ever state title game, a landmark achievement in the school’s history. As a junior, she once again demonstrated her prowess on the field, earning another all-state selection and a spot on the Texas Lacrosse National Tournament first team.
In her sophomore year, Jenn’s love for the sport shone brightly, and she was awarded the Heart of Lacrosse Award. Before stepping into her junior year, Jenn showcased her exceptional abilities at the Northwestern Elite Goalie Camp, where she was named the Most Outstanding Goalie.
But Jenn’s achievements weren’t limited to the lacrosse field. Off the field, she served as an ambassador for Ursuline Academy and was a respected member of the National Honor Society. Her impeccable conduct earned her the Dean of Student Conduct Award, and she consistently made it onto the Academic Deans List throughout her high school years.
Extending her lacrosse career beyond school, Jenn played for the XTEAM National Lacrosse Team and was the chosen goalie for the all-star team at the 2012 Sandstorm Lacrosse Tournament.
Jenn Aubrey graduated from Mendoza College of Business with a degree in Finance and Chinese. She and Brandon got married on December 30, 2018, in Euless, Texas.
Brandon Aubrey Notre Dame
During his freshman year, he played in 14 games, starting once as a central midfielder. He spent 272 minutes on the field, the most among Notre Dame freshmen that season. His debut occurred as a substitute in a 2-1 victory against SMU.
Moving into his sophomore year, he secured a starting position in all 21 matches as a defender, clocking a full 1,995 minutes. He netted three goals, contributing to a total of six points, and played a pivotal role in six shutout games.
By his junior year, he made it to the ACC Academic Honor Roll and earned recognition as the ACC Defensive Player of the Week and Top Drawer Soccer Men’s Soccer National Player of the Week in September.
He began 20 games as a central defender, achieving a career-best of eight points with three goals and two assists, taking 25 shots, 13 of which hit the target. He notably contributed to nine shutout games defensively.
As a senior, he was chosen in the first round (21st overall) by Toronto FC in the 2017 MLS SuperDraft. He received multiple accolades, including being a 2016 NSCAA All-America Third-Team choice, making it into the College Soccer News All-America Second Team, and being part of the NSCAA Scholar All-America First Team and NSCAA All-South Region First Team.
He earned first-team all-ACC honors and was recognized as the top player in the TopDrawerSoccer Midseason Men’s National Top 100. Additionally, he was named to the TopDrawerSoccer Men’s National Team of the Week twice. Throughout his senior year, he started in all 21 matches at central defense, setting a career high with nine goals and tallying 19 points for Notre Dame from the back line.
Brandon Aubrey Amateur Soccer Career
Aubrey was a part of the Dallas Texans 95 Red club team for five years, from 2005 to 2010. He took on the role of team captain from 2008 through 2010. During his tenure, the team achieved significant success, securing five State Cup titles and reaching the regional finals in 2009.
Their prowess extended to winning the Classic League grand championships in 2009 and 2010, and in 2009, they claimed the Premiere League West championship. Their triumphs included victories in prestigious international tournaments such as the 2008 Gothia Cup in Sweden, the 2009 Dallas Cup, the 2009 Disney Showcase, and the 2009 Tivoli Cup in Denmark.
Transitioning to Plano Senior High School for his freshman and sophomore years in 2010 and 2011, Aubrey left his mark. He received an Honorable Mention All-District mention in his freshman year and progressed to secure First Team All-District recognition in his sophomore year.
From 2011 to 2013, Aubrey continued his soccer journey with the USSDA Dallas Texans SC. During this period, he earned a spot on the USSDA All-Select Team in 2011–12 and contributed to the team’s success as U17 Disney Showcase champions twice.
Brandon Aubrey MLS Soccer
Aubrey embarked on his professional soccer journey after being picked in the first round (21st overall) of the 2017 MLS SuperDraft by Toronto FC. His debut was nothing short of impressive, kicking off on March 25, 2017, as a starter for Toronto’s United Soccer League affiliate team, Toronto FC II, in an electrifying match against the Phoenix Rising FC.
Following his time with Toronto, Aubrey ventured into a new chapter, joining the United Soccer League club Bethlehem Steel FC on January 10, 2018. This move showcased his commitment to the sport as he brought his skills and dedication to a fresh environment. Despite his impactful contributions, his tenure with Bethlehem Steel came to a close at the end of the 2018 season.
Brandon Aubrey NFL Career
After Aubrey’s release from Bethlehem Steel FC in 2018, he pursued his passion for technology, leveraging his Notre Dame degree to dive into the world of software engineering. But fate had other plans for him. A pivotal moment struck during an NFL game in 2019 when, after witnessing a missed field goal, his wife casually remarked, “You could do that.” And thus, a new sporting journey began to take shape.
From 2019 to 2022, Aubrey seized the opportunity, dedicating three weekly sessions to hone his kicking skills alongside the guidance of Brain Egan, a former Mississippi State kicker turned kicking coach. This marked the transformative period where Aubrey’s focus shifted from coding to perfecting his technique on the football field.
- Drafted in the 2022 USFL Draft:
- Selected as a placekicker by the Birmingham Stallions.
- Professional debut on April 16, 2022.
- Outstanding Performance:
- Played in all 10 games.
- Achieved an 81.8% success rate on 22 field goal attempts.
- Impressive 91.7% accuracy on 24 extra-point attempts.
- Led the league with 55 kickoffs, averaging 66.5 yards.
- All-USFL Team and Championship Victory:
- Named to the inaugural All-USFL Team on June 16.
- Contributed to the Stallions’ triumph in the 2022 USFL Championship Game, winning 33–30.
- 2023 Season with Birmingham Stallions
- Contract Termination and NFL Signing:
- Contract terminated by the Stallions on July 3, 2023.
- Signed with the Dallas Cowboys of the NFL on July 6.
- Prominent NFL Debut:
- NFL debut with the Cowboys in a 40–0 win against the New York Giants.
- Connected on both field goal attempts, including a 38-yarder.
- Made four of five extra-point attempts.
- Record-Breaking Performance:
- Week 8 against the Los Angeles Rams – accounted for 11 points, including a 58-yard field goal.
- Named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week and Month for October.
- Setting an NFL Record:
- In Week 9 against the Philadelphia Eagles, set an NFL record for most consecutive made field goals to start a career with his 19th completion, surpassing the previous holder Travis Coons.
- Contract Termination and NFL Signing:
Brandon Aubrey Contract
On July 10, 2023, Brandon Auibrey signed a three-year, $2.69 million contract with the Dallas Cowboys. He earns an annual salary of $898,333