Charlotte Men's Basketball BIO
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25 Reid Aube

At Charlotte: 2015-16 -  Snagged a career-high six rebounds in the Conference USA tournament against Middle Tennessee...Saw action in 26 games with one start... Scored in eight games including a career-high eight points against Marshall...Started his first career game in the 49ers win at Appalachian State (December 19)...Gave the 49ers a spark off the bench with seven minutes of action vs. Elon (November 13)...Came off the bench and grabbed a couple of rebounds against Furman (November 19)...Came off the bench against Syracuse (November 25)...Scored his first basket of the season against Michigan (November 26)...Due to a concussion, he did not play in the Miami and Campbell games and missed the Citadel game due to a foot injury...Connected on two free throws in the final minute of the first half of the FIU game (January 28) giving the 49ers a one point halftime lead and also grabbed four rebounds in only five minutes of action in the game...Scored a career-high eight points (4-for-4 from the field) with three rebounds off the bench at Marshall (February 18)...Gave the 49ers quality minutes off the bench against UTSA (February 25)...Played double-figure minutes eight times this season.

2014-15 - Saw action in four games...Saw his first action of the season when he grabbed two rebounds against North Texas (January 15)...Scored his first career points when he connected on a layup against Florida Atlantic (January 29)...Also grabbed  a rebound against Floirda Atlantic...Grabbed a career-high two rebounds vs. N.C. A&T (February 4)...Saw action against Southern Miss (February 21). 

2013-14 - Saw action in four games...Saw his first action as a Niner with a minute of action off the bench against UNC Asheville (December 1)...Saw action for the second time against North Carolina A&T (January 4)...Grabbed his first career rebound against Middle Tennessee (February 20)...Saw action vs. UAB in C-USA Tournament (March 12).

At Concord High: Played an integral role in helping his team record a 53-6 record over his final two seasons...As a junior, he helped Concord record a 28-3 record and a regional runner-up finish...As a senior, he helped Concord record a 25-3 record and a section runner-up finish...As a senior, he was named All-Conference after averaging 15 points, nine rebounds and four blocks per game...As a junior, he was named the team’s Most Improved Player after averaging eight points and six rebounds per game...A walk-on.

Position: Forward
Height: 6'6"
Weight: 223
Year: Senior
Hometown: Concord, N.C.
High School: Concord
Experience: 3 Letters
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