Player Details


Reyna Reyes


5' 5"

Date of Birth

2.16.2001 (22)


Garland, Texas United States


Career Summary

ACQUIRED: Drafted in the first round (5th overall) in the 2023 NWSL College Draft.

COLLEGE (Alabama)
MAC Hermann Award semifinalist and Honda Award Finalist...SEC Defender of the Year...United Soccer Coaches first-team All-American...Three-time first-team All-SEC honoree...USC All-Region First Team...Anchored the backline to a program-record 12 shutouts and 23 wins...The team ranked 32nd nationally in goals-against average (0.735) and outscored its opponents 76-20...Notched eight goals, third-most on the team, and recorded an assist for 17 points on the season...Scored the game-winning goal against Utah Valley and in overtime against Duke in the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals...Women’s College Cup All-Tournament Team.

2021: Recorded three goals throughout the season...Earned United Soccer Coaches All-Region First-Team honors, the third player in history to be named a first-team honoree and first player in program history to be named an all-region selection three times...Played and started in 20 games, missing two to compete with the Mexican National Team...Named to All-SEC First Team.

2020-21: Tied for third on the team in points with six after recording two goals and two assists...Recorded the game-winning goal in back-to-back games against Montevallo and Lipscomb...Assisted on goals during the regular season against LSU and the team’s second meeting against Auburn...Started 14 games and recorded 1,197 minutes for the Crimson Tide.

2019: SEC All-Conference First Team and All-Freshman Team...United Soccer Coaches All-Southeast Region Third Team...Started and played in 18 matches...Scored three goals and recorded one assist...Recorded goals for the Crimson Tide against North Texas, No. 8 South Carolina and Mississippi State...Played 1,556 minutes during the season...Made her collegiate debut and earned her first start playing in all 90 minutes against No. 22 BYU (Aug. 22).

INTERNATIONALFour caps with the Mexico Women’s National Team.

2021: Earned her first cap with Mexico on Feb. 24 against Costa Rica...Started, playing 90 minutes against Slovakia in a scoreless draw on April 10...Started against the US on July 5 and appeared as a sub on July 1.

Youth National Team: Appeared with the U16, U17 and U18 Mexico National Teams...Appeared at the 2016 U-17 World Cup.