Student-athletes from several sports will receive their degrees this week.
2011: Named to the Lowe's Senior CLASS First Team...Earned a spot on the NSCAA All-Central Region Second Team...Garnered All-Conference USA Second Team honors...Played all but 16 minutes during the campaign...Ranked third nationally in goalkeeper minutes (2,277)...Totaled 81 saves...Boasted a 0.91 goals-against-average...recorded nine shutouts...Played every minute of the four contests at the NCAA Championship...Logged all 110 minutes in the Sweet 16 victory over North Carolina...Helped the Knights advance following the shootout...Recorded five saves in the second round win at Florida...In the first round versus FIU, picked up a pair of saves...Stopped eight shots in 110 minutes at Houston...Named MVP of the Virginia Nike Soccer Classic...Opened the tournament with six saves in a win over Penn State...Followed that performance with four saves versus Washington State...Named to the TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Week after the tournament...Voted onto the Preseason All-C-USA Team.
2010: All-C-USA First Team honoree...Also selected to the NSCAA All-Central Region Second Team and the NSCAA College Scholar All-America Second Team...Received two C-USA Defensive Player of the Week awards (Sept. 20 and Oct. 18)...Started 20 matches and earned five shutouts...Went 12-5-3 on the pitch with 77 saves and a .786 save percentage...Also boasted a 1.03 GAA in 1,830:33 minutes...Posted shutouts vs. San Diego State, Arizona State, UTEP and SMU (twice)...Delivered seven saves in back-to-back contests vs. Arizona and Arizona State...Also came through with seven saves at Memphis...Made a season-high 10 saves at Colorado College...Completed the night with three saves in the NCAA Tournament First Round win against Fresno State.
2009: A Hermann Trophy Watch List member prior to the season...Named to the All-C-USA First Team as well as the NSCAA All-Central Region Second Team...In 19 games, earned seven shutouts and made 82 saves, tied for the 10th most in single-season history...Completed her year with a 0.95 GAA and a .828 save percentage...Was the NSCAA National Player of the Week, Soccer America Team of the Week, CollegeSoccer360.com Primetime Performer of the Week and C-USA Defensive Player of the Week after shutting out No. 4 Florida State (9/10) and USF (9/13)...Posted shutouts of FGCU, FSU, USF, ECU, SMU, UAB (C-USA Tourney) and UWM (NCAA First Round)...Made a season-high nine saves against the Seminoles...Missed the USF Tournament (9/4 and 9/6) due to an injury...Totaled 15 saves in UCF's two NCAA Tournament matches.
2008: In first season at the Division I level, became the first Knight since 1995 to be named an All-American, earning a spot on the NSCAA All-America Second Team...Was one of just three freshmen in the country to be on either the first or second teams...Served as just the second Knight in program history to grab a spot on the Soccer America All-Freshman Team, earning a nod to the second team...Named to the Soccer Buzz Freshman All-America Fourth Team and the All-Southeast Region Freshman Team...Selected to the All-C-USA Second Team, the All-C-USA Freshman Team and the C-USA All-Tournament Team...Also racked up four separate league Defensive Player of the Week awards...Finished tied for fifth on UCF's single-season chart with 107 saves...Posted a 13-6-3 record in 21 starts and 22 games played...Ranked second in C-USA in saves as well as shutouts with six...The .793 save percentage placed sixth in the league...Earned first win and shutout by blanking No. 19 Florida on eight saves...Tallied a season-high 10 stops at Pacific, which was the Knights' third-straight 1-0 victory...Made four saves in a shutout of No. 17 Illinois...Also collected shutouts of SMU and Tulsa...Notched 10 saves in the C-USA Championship, including nine vs. Memphis in the semifinals...Registered six saves in the NCAA Tournament win over Miami.
2007: Sat out the season due to an injury, earning a redshirt...Selected to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.
PRIOR TO UCF: Reis joins fellow UCF newcomer Dos Santos to the roster, as both played for the Guarani Football Club that produced former Knight standout and two-time All-Conference USA First-Team selection Roberta Pelarigo.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Rubens Chagas Reis and Naara Cristina Villares...Majoring in sports and fitness.