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
The Governors ended their regular season with a 8–7–3 overall record and went 3–4–3 in Ohio Valley Conference play. After finishing up their regular season with a 2–0 win over Morehead State to end with an unbeaten home record of 7–0–2, Austin Peay fell 2–1 to Southeast Missouri in the first round of their conference tournament.
Goalkeeper Serena Toney, Freshman — California State University, Monterey Bay
The 2017 season came to a close for the Otters, following their 1–0 loss to UC San Diego this past Saturday. The Otters end the year with a 5–9–4 overall record, going 2–8–2 in conference play. A team with only three seniors and 15 freshman, there is a lot of potential to come from this team in the future.
Defender Katy Mockett, Freshman — Washington University in St. Louis
With a 14–1–1 overall record and a 5–1 record in University Athletic Association conference play, the Bears can win the conference and an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament with a win at University of Chicago. Mockett has played in all 16 matches so far this season, and has scored one goal.
Saturday, November 4 at University of Chicago
Defender Nalani Ogawa, Freshman — NYU
Starting and playing in all 17 matches this year, Ogawa has scored two goals in her freshman season. Helping the Violets to a 10–5–2 overall record and a 2–3–1 record in University Athletic Association play, Ogawa and NYU close out their season this Saturday.
Saturday, November 4 at Brandeis University
Defender Claire Trop, Freshman — Dartmouth
Trop has featured in thirteen matches for the Big Green, starting eight, and has tallied one assist this season. Despite a 6–10 overall record and a conference record of 0–6, Dartmouth has found most of its success at home, where they have a winning 4–2 record.
Saturday, November 4 vs Cornell
Midfielder Maiya Pacleb, Freshman — University of Puget Sound
The Loggers are currently on an impressive 11-game unbeaten streak to improve their overall regular season record to 12–3–3, with a conference record of 10–2–2. Pacleb has appeared in two matches, a double overtime 0–0 tie with Eastern Oregon and a 3–0 win over Evergreen State.
Saturday, November 4 at Willamette
Sunday, November 5 at Pacific
Forward Chloe Lamenzo, Freshman — Earlham College
Playing in all but one match for the Quakers this season, Lamenzo has amassed 12 goals through 17 matches this season, good for first on the team. The forward has also added five assists, to lead the team in points with 29. Earlham finished the season with a 7–10–1 record overall, and closed out the year with a 4–3 win over Manchester.
Forward Tasha Tennyson, Freshman — Pacific Lutheran University
In the month of October, Tennyson and the Lutes went an impressive 7–2–0 to improve their overall record to 15–3. The Lutes are 12–2 in conference play. Tennyson has appeared in six matches, with five of them shutout wins for the Lutes.
Saturday, November 4 at George Fox
Sunday, November 5 at Lewis & Clark
Forward Gabby Crenshaw, Freshman — Washington State
The Cougars have a 9–7–2 record this season, which includes wins over #2 ranked UCLA and #14 Nebraska. Crenshaw has played two matches so far this season, both victories for Washington State. The Cougars close out their regular season against the University of Washington before waiting to see their postseason fate.
Friday, November 3 at Washington