2013: Played in 23 matches, drawing the start in one match ... Made her lone start against No. 5 Florida (11/8) in the semifinals of the SEC Tournament ... Saw significant minutes off the bench, playing 609 minutes on the year - the second most of any player off the bench behind freshman forward Addie Forbus ... Played a season-long 63 minutes against the Gators in the SEC Tournament ... Her longest outing off the bench came against UALR (9/22) when she played 58 minutes ... Scored her only goal of the season against Auburn (9/29) to help the Rebels to a 7-0 victory, the largest margin of victory over an SEC team in program history ... Also delivered an assist in that game against Auburn ... Also took a PK against the Tigers, but it was saved ...
2012: Played in 14 games, making one start on the season ... Started the match against Georgia (10/5) ... Played 295 minutes on the season ... Took four shots on the year, including two shots on goal against UALR (8/31) and at Auburn (9/30) ...
2011: Played in all 19 games and made 18 starts during her first season with Ole Miss ... Finished the year with two goals and two assists ... Scored two goals in a win over The Citadel ... Recorded assists against The Citadel and at Tennessee ... Scored the game-winning goal against The Citadel ... Took 21 shots during the year.
OKLAHOMA: Played in 21 games as a freshman in 2010 ... As a midfielder, she recorded one goal and one assist for the Sooners ... Was tied for sixth on the team in shots with 23 ... Team made an NCAA Tournament appearance in 2010 and was a 2010 Big 12 Conference Tournament finalist.
HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner at McKinney Boyd High School ... During her high school career, she scored 92 goals and was a two-time First Team All-State selection ... Was ranked as the No. 18 recruit in the 2010 TopDrawerSoccer.com Regional Top 20 ... Also earned 2009 and 2010 ESPN Rise Magazine High School All-America honors ... A two-time TASCO First Team honoree and a four-time TASCO All-Region selection.
ODP: Was a member of the 91 North Texas State Team in 2008 and a member of the North Texas 91 State Pool in 2004 and 2006-07.
CLUB TEAM: Played for Sting '92 ... Won several championships including four North Texas State Championships, two USYS Premier League West Championships and a USYS Region III Championship.
PERSONAL: Born November 25, 1991 ... Full name is Emily Morgan Reid ... Daughter of Craig and Lisa Reid ... Father played professional baseball in the San Diego Padres organization ... Wants to learn how to snowboard ... A Salvation Army Angle Tree Volunteer and a First Baptist Church of McKinney youth soccer camp instructor.
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