Saints, Reeves cap perfect league season [Soccer]
When the St. Scholastica women’s soccer team started the season 0-2-1, there had to be a sense of panic given the team’s enormous success the last decade.
Sophomore goalkeeper Kelsey Reeves of Eagle River helped put those fears to rest.
Led by the Alaskan, the NCAA D3 Saints responded by winning the next 16 games and capturing the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference championship with a perfect league record.
Reeves, of Eagle River High fame, has picked up a team-high seven wins during that streak.
In just two seasons, she has asserted herself as one of the best keepers in school history; she ranks fourth in career wins , fifth in save percentage [.847] and second in goals against average [0.65].