I am very excited to announce that I have verbally committed to continue playing field hockey at the collegiate level with Towson University!
Coach Jackson has shown interest since 2015 and when she came to Towson from EMU my father took me to see her unannounced. Coach Jackson could not have been nicer to two virtual strangers and when we left her office after that impromptu meeting I knew that the universe or fates, or whatever you think makes things happen, had allowed this opportunity to happen to me.
I cannot wait to start playing for coach Jackson & Hodges and look forward to contributing to Towson's future success.
Paige Reese has committed to Towson University
2017 - A Season to Remember
I could not have scripted a better ending to my days playing high school field hockey. In my 66th and final game playing for Glenelg High School, our team captured the Maryland State 2A...
I am very excited to announce that I have verbally committed to continue playing field hockey at the collegiate level with Towson University! Coach Jackson has shown interest since 2015 and when...
First Game in the Books!
My team, the Glenelg Gladiators, opened the season with a win over the reining 4A champion South River on Tuesday 9/5/17. Here is the Baltimore Sun Article:...
Our Team is Ready!
Finally moving into my last High School season and we are very excited to begin. Our team has been conditioning all summer and we are working to pick up where we left off. The Baltimore Sun has...
U19 Howard Stampede Club Field Hockey Places 2nd at 2017 NIT
Paige Reese (2018) and the U19 Howard Stampede Club Field Hockey Team enjoyed their highest U19 NIT finish in club history on Feb. 26th. The team failed to qualify in 2015 but have been in...
In the News
Paige is interviewed with here friend Grace by the Baltimore Sun / Howard County Times. http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/howard/sports/91650436-132.html
Our Sports Family: Field Hockey, Baseball, Softball, Swimming, Basketball, Soccer, Lacrosse, & Diving
My family has been involved in sports for as long as I can remember. My early memories include my father, mother & brother (he's my twin) playing in the yard. Sometimes tag, sometimes football,...