Career Notes Entering 2015 Season:
• 2013 MAC All-Freshman Team
• Ranks 13th in program history with nine career home runs
• Ranks 19th in program history with a .423 career slugging percentage
• Had a hand in turning nine double plays in 2013, which ties as the 18th-best single season total in program history
2014 (So.): Earned second letter at Ball State ... helped guide the Cardinals to their fifth Mid-American Conference regular season title in program history with a 33-19 (12-4 MAC) record … played in 46 games, earning 42 starts at shortstop … posted a .286 batting average with 34 hits in 119 at bats … recorded 13 multiple base hits, with seven doubles and four home runs … scored 22 runs, while adding 13 RBI … blasted her first home run of the season at No. 7 Arizona (March 4) … also logged solo home runs in the second game at UAB (March 12) and at No. 23 Notre Dame (April 1) … recorded her third career grand slam in Ball State’s 8-0 (5 inn.) win over Eastern Michigan (May 3) … finished the game with three hits, four RBI and two runs scored … recorded eight two hit games over the course of the season … smashed a pair of doubles in the second game at Northern Illinois (April 11) … scored the game-winning run versus South Carolina (Feb. 28) and in the first game at Western Michigan (April 12) … strung together a pair of five game hitting streaks … had a hand in turning four of the team’s 20 double plays … logged a .893 fielding percentage with 57 putouts, 68 assists and 15 errors.
2013 (Fr.): Earned first letter at Ball State … helped guide the Cardinals to their fourth Mid-American Conference regular season title in program history with a 37-17 (18-3 MAC) record … named to the MAC All-Freshman Team … started 53 games at shortstop … posted a .243 batting average with 36 hits in 148 at bats … tallied 13 multiple base hits on the year, including seven doubles, five home runs and a triple … recorded a single in her first career at bat in Ball State’s 15-5 season-opening victory over IUPUI (Feb. 16) … also scored her first career run in the game … recorded her first career multiple base hit with a three-run triple in BSU’s 20-3 victory over Grambling State (Feb. 22) … also tallied a pair of singles in the contest for her first career three hit game … her first career home run was a third inning grand slam in Ball State’s 14-0 (5 inn.) victory over Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Feb. 23) … also had an RBI groundout in the contest to finish the game with five RBI … belted her second career grand slam in the first inning of Ball State’s 12-0 victory at Central Michigan (April 26) … posted perhaps her biggest hit of the season with an eighth inning, walk-off home run to lift Ball State to a 6-5 win over Kent State (May 4) and clinch the 2013 MAC Regular Season title ... went 3-for-4 in the game, while also steeling a pair of bases … finished the year going 7-for-8 in stolen base attempts … had a hand in turning nine double plays to help the Ball State defense rank fourth nationally with 30 double plays turned … posted a .886 fielding percentage with 75 putouts, 112 assists and 24 errors.
HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner in softball at South Houston High School for coach Johnathan Carcia ... earned 22-5A All-District First Team honors as a shortstop her senior season ... was named to the 22-5A All-District First Team as an "open" player as a junior, after earning second team all-district honors at shortstop her first two seasons with the Trojans ... was also a setter for the South Houston girls' volleyball team.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Buddy Reyna and Susie Reyes ... has three sisters, Nicole, Ashley and Andrea, and one brother, Oney ... born March 21, 1993 in Houston, Texas ... full name is Selena Renee Reyna ... majoring in exercise science.