Inducted in 2013
Sport(s) Played: Softball
Honor: Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete
Reyes, a senior shortstop from Kaneohe, Hawaii, held a 3.664 cumulative grade point average as a Psychology major and earned a spot on the Dean's List in each of her four years as a Menlo College student-athlete. She also earned Menlo College's Collis Steere Award which is an honor given to student-athletes with the highest cumulative grade point average. This marks the second time Reyes has earned a spot as a Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete, having received the honor following her junior season in 2012.
Following her senior season in 2013, Reyes was named the California Pacific (Cal Pac) Conference’s Scholar Athlete of the year. This award is the highest honor bestowed to a Cal Pac student-athlete.
Reyes played an integral part in leading the Lady Oaks to its most wins in the past five seasons (17) in 2013, starting at shortstop in all 44 games. She finished her senior campaign with a .275 batting average drwaing 20 walks and stealing 10 bases to go along with a .943 fielding percentage.
In four seasons at Menlo, Reyes has appeared in over 159 games, racking up 126 hits, 30 stolen bases, and 16 doubles. She holds a career batting average of .275.
In order to be nominated by an institution's head coach or sports information director, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale and must be a junior or senior in academic status.