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2 - Olivia Reeder
Olivia Reeder
Height: 5-1
Year: So.
Hometown: Martin, OH
High School: Genoa
Position: C
Bats/Throws: R/R

2013: Reeder was the team's most improved player in her sophomore campaign. After hitting below .200 as a freshman, she hit .315 with 23 runs, 41 hits, 11 doubles, one triple, one home run, a team-high 36 RBI, 10 walks and eight stolen bases.

After the season, she was named First Team All-OCCAC and was named to the Region XII District G All-Tournament Team. At the team's postseason banquet, she was named the team's MVP.

Academically, Reeder earned a spot on the All-OCCAC Academic Team with a 3.34 GPA.

She signed with the University of Toledo, an NCAA D-I school following the season.

2012: Reeder started 37 games at catcher last season while hitting. 185 with 12 runs, two doubles, one triple, four RBIs, 10 walks and one stolen base. She was a member of the All-OCCAC Academic Team, as well.

Prior to Owens: Reeder was a three-sport athlete at Genoa, where she also participated in soccer and basketball. During her softball career, she was an Honorable Mention All-SLL selection as a freshman, sophomore and junior  under the tutelage of head coach Tom Kontak before being named Second Team All-SLL and Second Team All-District her senior year under head coach Jeff Eisenbrandt.  In soccer, Reeder was First Team All-SLL her senior year in which she helped lead her team to a district runner-up finish. During her freshman and junior years, she was named Honorable Mention All-SLL, while her team was regional runner-up her freshman year. She was First Team All-SLL, Second Team All-MSSL and Second Team All-District her sophomore year. She holds the school record for most career goals.

Academically, she finished ninth in her class and was a member of the high honor roll (all four years), Spanish National Honor Society, and the National Honor Society. Her greatest personal sports thrill is beating Millbury Lake in districts her senior year and playing softball in Florida with her high school team.

Personal: Olivia is the daughter of Curt and Chris Reeder. Her grandfather, Joe, played semi-pro soccer in Austria, and her sister, Melissa, played golf at BGSU. In addition to Melissa, she also has a brother, Max. Reeder is an education transfer - multi age major at Owens.