Brizard on Reid: “Kerri is our
fighter in our middle. She’s like Micky Ward from the
Fighter. We’re looking for her to do some battling in the
middle and provide some competitiveness. She’s good on the
ball, she’s good with the ball, and she’s a good
In 2011 (Junior): Kerri tied for the team lead
in goals scored as a junior with three and accumulated six points.
She played and started all 19 matches and saw more than 1,400
minutes. Kerri took 20 shots, eight of which were on goal, and
posted a .150 shot percentage. She scored her first goal off the
crossbar against Chattanooga on Aug. 19 before her second helped
Tech establish an early lead in a 4-1 win over UNC Asheville on
Aug. 28. Her third came on Sept. 25 at SIU Edwardsville.
In 2010 (Sophomore): In her second season on the
roster, Kerri started all 17 games for the Golden Eagles and was
named the team’s Most Valuable Player. She was tied for
second in goals scored with two, second in points on the team with
seven, and was the category leader for assists with three. She also
tied for 10th overall in the OVC in assists. Her abilities to
control and distribute the ball well earned her mention on the
All-OVC second team. Kerri scored the first goal of the game in a
2-1 sudden death loss to Middle Tennessee State on Aug. 29 and
contributed two assists in a 3-1 win over UNC Asheville on Sept. 5.
In conference play, she notched an assist in a 3-1 win over
Jacksonville State on Oct. 22 and scored her second goal of the
season, an equalizer, in what eventually became a 2-1 loss to
Austin Peay on Oct. 24. She was named to the Athletic
Director’s Honor Roll as well as the OVC Commissioner’s
In 2009 (Freshman): Kerri spent a lot of time on
the field her freshman year as she played 1645 minutes. She was
third among the Golden Eagles in assists with three. Her lone goal
of the season came during a home contest against Austin Peay
HIGH SCHOOL: A hard-working midfielder, Kerri
earned the team’s Sparkplug award in 2007, and Impact award
in 2008 at McIntosh High School in Peachtree City, Ga.
CLUB/ODP EXPERIENCE: On the club level, Kerri won
a state championship, and Disney championship. Kerri was on the
Georgia ODP state team in 2003 and 2004, went to ODP regional camp
in 2005, and was an alternate in 2006.
PERSONAL: The daughter of Benjamin Reid Jr. and
Cheri Reid…born November 19, 1990…full name is Kerri
Allison Reid…majoring in nursing.