2012: Missouri State Athletics Director's Honor Roll ... All-MAC First Team ... Academic All-MAC Team
2011: All-MAC Second Team ... Academic All-MAC Team ... Missouri State Athletics Director's Honor Roll
2012 Field Hockey
Had an outstanding senior season and started each of the 15 games in which she appeared ... Joined Hillary Lawless on the All-MAC First Team ... Led the country in defensive saves (11) ... Set career highs in shots (31) and defensive saves (11) ... Matched career highs in goals (three), assists (two) and points (eight).
2011 Field Hockey
Stoute led all the Bears in defensive saves (10), enough to rank her fourth in the nation ... Started all 16 of the matches in which she appeared ... Demonstrated her athleticism by chipping in three goals and two assists on the season ... Had a 1.000 shot-on-goal percentage and an overall shot percentage of .750 ... With her defensive efforts, led the team to a No. 7 national ranking in defensive saves ... Earned Second-Team All-MAC honors and was named the MAC Defensive Player of the Week (10/11) ... Also earned Academic All-MAC honors for her outstanding effort on and off the field.
2010 Field Hockey
Started 19 of the Bears' 20 games at defender ... Her three goals tied for sixth on the team ... Also had an assist and a defensive save ... Had the highest shot on goal percentage (min. two shots) of any Bear, putting seven of her eight shots on goal ... Scored twice in the Bears' 4-1 win over Ball State (10/22) ... Part of a 2010 defense that allowed 19 fewer goals than their 2009 total (75 to 56) ... Triggered the majority of the Bears' penalty corners ... Was the anchor of the Bears' defensive line ... Third in starts (39) and fourth in games (39) of any returner.
2009 Field Hockey
One of the only 2010 returners to have appeared in all of the Bears' 20 games last season ... Was a force on the defensive end, teaming with Molly Busch to thwart numerous scoring opportunities ... Was able to kick start the offense from the back end with her speed and passing ability ... Scored her only goal of the season at Ohio University (10/18/09) ... Followed up her performance in Athens with an assist the next time out against Ball State (10/24/09) ... Finished with two assists, tied for fifth on the team ... Registered five shots on goal, the most of any defender.
Stoute is used to the big stage ... In 2007, at only 17 years old, Stoute played for the Senior National Barbados Field Hockey Team and saw time on the defensive line ... In 2008, she was a key member of the Under-21 Junior National Team that competed in the Pan American Games in Mexico ... Was a 2008 graduate of Combermere School in Waterford, St. Michael, Barbados, after which she spent one year at the University of the West Indies at Cave Hill, Barbados.
Reiann Aeysha Stoute was born on August 15, 1990, in Bridgetown, Barbados ... Daughter of Walter Reid and Francis Stoute ... Majoring in accounting ... Has two brothers, Peter Stoute-King and Laurel Stoute, and a sister, Vanessa Evelyn.