- 5' 6
- High School/Other
- Caesar Rodney
- Club Team
- Vista Shockwave
- Dover, Del.
Updated: December 13, 2013
General: Appeared in the most matches in Virginia Tech history (91) ... Has the second-most points in Virginia Tech history (69), is tied for the third-most assists (19) and has the fourth-most goals (25) ... Tied for 10th all-time at Virginia Tech in game-winning goals (5).
2013: Played in all 27 matches at forward for the Hokies, starting 25 … Was named a Hermann Trophy semifinalist, First Team NSCAA All-American and First Team All-ACC, all program firsts for Virginia Tech … Was named to the ACC All-Tournament Team and the NSCAA All-Southeast Region First Team … Scored 11 goals on the season, tied for the team high, and tallied five assists … Her 11 goals were tied for the fourth-most ever scored in a single season at Virginia Tech … Scored twice in the Hokies’ 4-2 win over No. 1 Virginia in the ACC Semifinals … Headed home the game-winner in the 109th minute to give Tech a 2-1 2OT win over No. 19 Notre Dame in the ACC Quarterfinals … Tallied a pair of goals apiece in wins over Syracuse and North Texas … Scored the final goal in the Hokies’ 3-0 win over Duke in the NCAA Quarterfinals … Also scored goals against High Point, No. 1 North Carolina and No. 21 Maryland … Tallied a pair of assists in the Hokies’ 3-1 win at James Madison … Grabbed assists in wins over High Point, Syracuse and Pittsburgh.
2012: Played all 20 games, making four starts ... Forced overtime with notching the second goal against then-No. 14 Georgetown in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... Found the back of the net against then-No. 7 Wake Forest ... Fired three shots with one on goal against then-No. 14 Virginia ... Started against then-No. 1 Florida State ... Made her first start this season against Oklahoma ... Found the back of the net and led both teams with five shots against the Sooners ... Fired two shots with one on goal against then-No. 18 Maryland ... Assisted on of the three goals in the ACC opener against NC State ... Notched an assist in the 2-0 win over Massachusetts ... Assisted one of the four goals against Mount St. Mary's ... Charted two assists and three shots in the 3-2 overtime win against Nebraska.
2011: Started all 23 games … Earned VaSID All-State second team honors ... Was named to the All-ACC second team and the ACC All-Academic squad … Earned a spot on the TopDrawerSoccer.com’s Team of the Week on Oct. 17 for her game-winner against NC State … Led the squad in assists with nine on the season … Fired a shot against Virginia in the third round of the NCAA Tournament … Assisted one of the goals against Texas A&M in the second round of NCAAs … Fired three shots against West Virginia in the opening round of NCAAs … Charted three shots and two on goal against top-seeded Duke in the ACC Tournament … Recorded six shots and an assist in the upset over then-No. 8 North Carolina … Connected on one of the three goals over Clemson, while taking three shots … Tallied a goal and career-high four shots on frame against Miami … Took seven shots and three on goal against then-No. 13 Boston College … Recorded the lone Hokie goal against then-No. 6 Maryland … Recorded two assists against Nebraska and Campbell … Charted a career-high nine shots against the Cornhuskers … Connected on her first goal of the season in the win over James Madison.
2010: Saw time in all 21 games this season, starting ten … Was named the team's co-Rookie of the Year ... Earned a spot on the ACC All-Freshmen team ... Finished the year fourth on the team in goals (5), shots (28) and shots on goal (13) … Tallied a career-high eight shots against Dayton in the NCAA Tournament … Buried a goal against NC State … Tallied five shots to help her earn her first multi-goal game, scoring twice at Clemson … Took two shots against then-No. 23 Duke … Scored a goal and took three shots against No. 19 Wake Forest … Took two shots and assisted a goal at then-No. 4 Boston College … Tallied three shots, also scoring her first career goal to force overtime against James Madison … Took first career shot against Long Beach State.
High School: Was a four-year letterwinner at Caesar Rodney High School … Was named the Delaware Player of the Year in 2008 and 2009 … Earned Gatorade Player of the Year honors in 2009 and 2010 … Named DEPreps Female Athlete of the Year and Marine Corps Most Outstanding Female Athlete in 2010 … Set a state record, scoring 50 goals as a freshman … Named team captain as a senior … Earned All-State and All-Conference honors all four years … Played three years of club soccer for the Vista Shockwave, a team that claimed the Virginia State Championship in its 2008-2009 season, and the US Club Soccer National Cup in the 2007-2008 season … Was a member of an ODP Regional pool and traveled with the team to Boca as a junior and Costa Rica as a freshman.
Personal: Born Jan. 30, 1992, in San Bernardino, Calif. … Daughter of Harry and Katherine Reeves … Has one younger brother, Cody … Father, Harry, won three world power lifting titles … Is a human resource management major.