Campbell, Reyes earn honorable mention accolades
Senior goaltender was named the CWPA Western Division Player of the Week, as well as the top defender
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Campbell, Ermakova, Lewis and Reyes secured All-CWPA Western Division accolades; Salyer named the division coach of the year
An All-American as a senior ... a two-time All-CWPA Division choice ... ended her career second on both Maryland's all-time blocks (556) and block percentage (.518) lists ... two-time member of both the CWPA Women's Varsity Scholar-Athlete and ACWPC All-Academic teams.
As s Senior (2012): An honorable mention All-America choice by the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches (ACWPC) ... a second team All-CWPA Western Division selection ... named to the CWPA Eastern Championship All-Tournament first team after helping the Terps post a program-best second-place finish ... named the CWPA Western Division Defensive Player of the Week on four occasions (2/28, 3/27, 4/9, 4/30) ... also earned CWPA Player of the Week honors (4/30) for her performance in the Eastern Championship ... block percentage (.568) ranks third on Maryland's single-season list ... block total of 133 ranks fifth on the all-time single-season chart ... started in all 17 of her appearances ... posted a 12-5 record despite 13 of her starts coming vs. top 20 teams ... had nine double-digit blocks games, including a career-high tying 16 vs. UC San Diego (1/28) ... had 11 blocks in the Terps' first-ever win over Michigan, a 10-9 triumph (4/7) ... had 12 blocks in a 7-5 over Hartwick in the quarterfinals of the CWPA Eastern Championship and 12 in the semifinal victory over Michigan in the semis.
As a Junior (2011): A first team All-CWPA Southern Division selection ... member of the CWPA Women's Varsity Scholar-Athlete and ACWPC All-Academic teams ... was named CWPA Southern Division Defensive Player of the Week four times ... started in all 25 of her appearances ... ranked first on the team in blocks (213) ... ranked second on the team in block percentage (.492), a mark that is eighth on the Maryland single-season chart ... posted a career-high 16 blocks twice (vs. George Washington, 3/4; Harvard,4/17).
As a Sophomore (2010): A member of both the CWPA Women's Varsity Scholar-Athlete and ACWPC All-Academic teams ... played in 31 games, with 30 starts... ranked first on the team in blocks (170) ... ranked third on the team in block percentage (.493), a mark that is seventh on the Maryland single-season chart ... posted a season-high 14 blocks vs. Hartwick (4/30).
As a Freshman (2009): Played in 14 games as the No. 2 goaltender ... started three games ... had a season-high 10 blocks vs. CSU Monterey Bay (3/17) ... started vs. Villanova (2/21) and had eight blocks in an 11-1 victory.
Before Maryland: Helped lead high school team to four state championships (2005-08) ... made the Miami Herald's first team All-Dade County in 2007 and 2008 ... won the Dade County Player of the Year Award in her senior year ... holds the record for saves during the Florida state high school tournament ... voted most valuable defensive player on high school team in 2007 ... voted high school team MVP in 2008 ... goalie for USA Water Polo's Southeast Zone team from 2003 to 2008 ... played five years for the Florida Coast Water Polo Club team, which finished first at the 2007 and 2008 USA Water Polo 18-and-under national tournaments.
Personal: Parents are Jaime and Lisa Reyes... has an older brother, Jimmy Stones ... worked at Baptist Buddies Day Care Center ... recruited by Michigan, Bucknell, and George Washington, among others ... majoring in psychology with a minor in human development ... plans to attend the University of Tennessee to pursue a Ph.D. in psychology.