Angel Reese is an American college Basketball Player born on May 6, 2002. She plays for the LSU Tigers of the Southeastern Conference (SEC). She attended Saint Frances Academy in Baltimore, Maryland.
On November 27, 2020, Reese made her debut for Maryland, recording a freshman season-high 20 points and nine rebounds in a 94-72 win over Davidson. She was awarded McDonald’s All -American honors in 2020 by ESPN. In her sophomore season, Reese assumed a greater role developing into one of the top offensive rebounders in the nation. She led Maryland to the Sweet 16 of the 2022 NCAA tournament. As a Sophomore Reese averaged 17.8 points and 10.6 rebounds per game.
She set the NCAA single-season record in double-doubles and the SEC single-season record in rebounds.
Reese received third- team All -American honors from the Associated Press. She also earned unanimous first-team All-American, first-team All-SEC, and SEC All-Defensive Team Honors.
|Date of birth
|May 6, 2002
Born to the Resse couple on May 6, 2002, Angel grew up in Randallstown. The athletic gene runs through the gene as Angel Reese’s mother, Angel, played basketball for UMBC and professionally in Luxembourg. Reese’s father, Michael, before embarking on a professional career competed for Boston College and Loyola. Her younger brother, Julian, plays college basketball for Maryland and competes for St. Frances Academy. Her elder sibling, stepbrother, Michael Hopkins is a professional football player Reggio Emilia.
Angel Reese was ranked as the no. 2 overall player in the 2020 recruiting class of St. Frances Academy in Baltimore. While signed with Maryland she earned All – American honors as a Sophomore to the Sweet 16 in 2022 as their top player. She played in 15 games as a freshman and earned a spot on the Big 10 All-Freshman team. In the NCCA Reese set a single-season record with her 34th double-double scoring 15 points and 10 rebounds against the Iowa Hawkeyes.
She was the No. 2 overall player in the class of 2020 and the No. 1 wing as ranked by ESPN. She was awarded the McDonald’s All-American and led St Francis to the three IAAMs and won two IMMA titles. She averaged 18 points, 20 rebounds, and five assists per game.