The Reign Academy has several academy alumni now suiting up for college teams across the United States. Below is a wrap-up of how players are doing with their college squads.
Goalkeeper Sam Foy, Freshman — Austin Peay State University
Foy has been a part of a Governors team that’s gone 7–3–1 overall and 2–1–1 in conference play. With an undefeated 6–0–0 record at home, Foy and Austin Peay have enforced the idea of home field advantage.
Friday, September 29 at Jacksonville State
Sunday, October 1 at Tennesssee Tech
Goalkeeper Serena Toney, Freshman — California State University, Monterey Bay
Despite a 3–3–3 record overall and a conference record of 1–2–1, Toney and the Otters have kept an unbeaten record in home contests this season. The Otters are still mid-table in the standings, currently in eighth place overall with four total points.
Sunday, October 1 at San Francisco State
Defender Katy Mockett, Freshman — Washington University in St. Louis
Mockett has played in all nine matches for the undefeated Bears, who currently boast a 8–0–1 overall record. Helping a strong defense, Mockett and the Bears have earned six shutouts so far this season.
Saturday, September 30 at Emory
Defender Nalani Ogawa, Freshman — NYU
Starting and playing in seven of the Bobcats’ nine matches this season, Ogawa has scored one goal in 532 minutes played. Ogawa’s goal was the opening goal in a 2–0 victory over Mount St. Mary’s. The Bobcats are 5–2–1 overall this season.
Saturday, September 30 at Carnegie Mellon University
Monday, October 2 at Rutgers University — Newark
Defender Claire Trop, Freshman — Dartmouth
Trop has featured in six matches for the Big Green, starting two, and has helped the defense post two shutouts this season. Despite a 4–5–0 overall record and a conference record of 0–1–0, the Big Green are unbeaten at home.
Saturday, September 30 vs Princeton
Monday, October 2 vs University of Massachusetts Lowell
Midfielder Maiya Pacleb, Freshman — University of Puget Sound
The Loggers have an overall record of 4–3–1 this season, with a conference record of 2–2–0. Pacleb has appeared in two matches, a double overtime 0–0 tie with Eastern Oregon and a 3–0 win over Evergreen State.
Saturday, September 30 at Whitworth
Sunday, October 1 at Whitman
Forward Chloe Lamenzo, Freshman — Earlham College
Lamenzo has started all nine matches for the Quakers this season, and has been almost unstoppable offensively. With eight goals and three assists, Lamenzo is the team leader in points. So far this season Earlham has a 4–5–0 record overall.
Saturday, September 30 vs Bluffton
Forward Tasha Tennyson, Freshman — Pacific Lutheran University
Tennyson and the Lutes are 7–1–0 overall with a perfect 4–0–0 record in conference. The Lutes are also undefeated at home this season, with a 5–0–0 record. Tennyson has appeared in four matches, all four of them shutout wins for the Lutes.
Saturday, September 30 at Whitman
Sunday, October 1 at Whitworth
Forward Gabby Crenshaw, Freshman — Washington State
The Cougars have a sister connection on their team, as senior defender Kelsee Crenshaw is the older sister of Gabby. The Crenshaw sisters have helped the Cougars to a 5–2–2 record overall, and a conference record of 0–1–0.
Sunday, October 1 vs Utah