Connecticut's Ray Reid Named to NCAA Committee

Connecticut head coach Ray Reid was named to the NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Committee. Reid is entering his 15th year at the helm of the Huskies' program, holding a 346-87-49 career record in his 22 years as a collegiate head coach.

Reid's record at UConn improved to 200-70-34 in 2010 after earning his 200th victory at the institution, a 2-0 win over DePaul in the first round of the 2010 BIG EAST Men's Soccer Championship. UConn battled to an overall record of 12-2-6 in 2010 en route to its 31st overall and 13th consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance.

In 2010, the Huskies spent every week ranked in the top-25 of the NSCAA/HendrickCars.com poll, finishing the regular season ranked ninth in the country. The Huskies moved as high as No. 2 on Oct. 5 after opening the year unbeaten at 7-0-2.

Connecticut reached the national semifinals in 1999 and won the national championship in 2000 under Reid.

A scholastic soccer star at Brentwood High School (NY), Reid was an all-region selection at Suffolk Community College before transferring to Southern Connecticut prior to the 1980 season. While at Southern, he helped lead the team to a 46-13-3 record over three seasons, reaching the NCAA Semifinals during each of those campaigns (1980-82).