2013: As a junior, Reeves scored 24 runs and batted in another 17, playing first base in every game of the season. With 412 putouts on the year, she came in eighth in the NAIA. She hit a triple in each game of a February doubleheader against Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College and recorded home runs against Northwood, Mid-America Christian and Saint Gregory’s.
2012: Reeves started at first base in all but three of the games her sophomore season. She scored 10 runs and drove in 32 runs for the season. She had her first home run in an April win over Northwestern OSU.
2011: Starting at first base as a freshman, Reeves saw 137 at bats, ending the season with 34 hits and 20 runs. Additionally, she batted another 19 runners in, including a season-high three RBIs in a tournament game against McPherson College.
High School: Reeves earned Defensive MVP and All-Conference four years in both fast- and slow-pitch softball and helped her team become State Champions in both.
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