Seabrook and Hoerner defend their Defender and Goalkeeper of the Year award honors.
Reed's Career Honors 2009 CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Women's Soccer Academic All-American of the Year 2009 CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America First Team 2009 Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year 2009 Patriot League Women's Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year 2009 First-Team All-Patriot League 2009 Second-Team ECAC All-Star 2009, 2008, 2007 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll
Outlook -- Beth is athletic, fit and explosive ... has great footwork and quick hands ... comfortable coming off line and good with her feet ... athleticism solves defensive breakdowns ... great leadership skills and ability to put her team before herself ... fourth goalkeeper to be selected as team captain.
2009 -- | Game-By-Game Statistics 2008 -- | Game-By-Game Statistics Served as primary back-up keeper, receiving time in nine games ... made a pair of starts, produced four victories and posted a 0.47 GAA and 88.2 save percentage in nearly 380 minutes of action ... started and earned wins at Liberty (9/12) and versus Delaware State (10/6) ... came up huge in relief role in Navy's 3-2 double overtime win at Holy Cross (10/26) ... entered at the start of the second half (played 61:52) and recorded two saves, including a huge stop on a late-game breakaway in victory which secured Navy's third-consecutive postseason playoff berth ... gained valuable experience in early-season tilt against Final Four participant Stanford (8/29), setting career high with four saves in 20-plus minutes of action ... later matched that save total while playing a career-best 90 minutes in a 2-1 win over Liberty on September 12 ... kept a clean sheet in second half to earn win against Francis Marion (9/26) ... suited up as a member of Navy's women's basketball team during the winter, playing in five games and earning the team's Most Improved Player award.
2007 -- | Game-By-Game Statistics Made appearances in six matches, earning one start ... played entire second half and made one stop to preserve the team's first shutout in win over IUPUI (9/2) ... played 27:14 in the home-opener against Saint Peter's ... saw more than 26 minutes of action against William & Mary ... received the starting nod against NJIT and played 76:47 without allowing a goal in collecting her second collegiate victory ... recorded two saves in 14:55 against West Virginia in NCAA Tournament play.
2006 -- | Game-By-Game Statistics Played in nine contests as a freshman, serving as the Mids' No. 2 keeper behind NCAA GAA leader Lizzie Barnes ... saw her first action in a Navy uniform versus Binghamton (8/27), making two saves in 14 minutes of relief action ... made her first-collegiate start and recorded first against Mount St. Mary's (9/26) ... played 79:54 and made a then-career-high tying two stops ... gave up a goal in her 12-plus minute stint against No. 1-ranked and eventual champion North Carolina in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. High School/Club -- A 2006 graduate of Bishop Chatard High School in Indianapolis ... three-sport standout at Bishop Chatard, earning four letters each in soccer and basketball, while lettering three times in softball ... named all-city four times in soccer and twice was named All-State (Ind.) ... earned Academic All-America recognition in 2005 ... served as team captain of the soccer and basketball teams her senior campaign ... earned all-city honors as the point guard of the basketball team ... earned Academic All-State kudos in basketball and softball during her senior campaign ... named the Indianapolis Star City Athlete of the Year in 2006 ... member of the National Honor Society ... served as a student council representative. Personal -- Full name is Elizabeth Anne Reed ... daughter of Sam and JoAn Reed ... born July 14, 1987, in Indianapolis, Ind. ... father is a graduate of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology where he was a three-year basketball standout ... owns 3.97 grade-point average as a mechanical engineering major ... ranked 3rd overall in the Class of 2010 (1,067 students), stands fourth in military performance and No. 21 in academic order of merit ... named to the Commandant's Lists all seven semesters, while earning mention on the Superintendent's list six times ... named to Dean's List for Fall of '08.