|Position:||Goalkeeper Coach (Volunteer)|
|Alma Mater:||Central Florida|
One of the greatest players in Central Florida history, All-American goalkeeper Aline Reis is in her third year as a volunteer assistant, coaching UCLA’s goalkeepers.
For two seasons, Reis coached NCAA all-time shutout leader Katelyn Rowland. Rowland led the nation in both 2014 and 2013 in goals against average and earned NSCAA All-America honors both seasons. In 2013, Rowland earned College Cup All-Tournament honors after making two penalty kick saves in the semifinal shootout.
Reis was a four-year starter at Central Florida and earned NSCAA All-Central Region and All-Conference-USA honors all four seasons. During her freshman year in 2008, she received NSCAA All-America second-team honors, becoming one of just three freshmen in the country to be named to the first or second teams and the first UCF player in 13 years to earn All-America acclaim. She was also selected to the Soccer America All-Freshman Team after racking up the fifth-most saves in school history, 107. Reis went on to earn MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List acclaim as a sophomore and finished the year with a 0.95 GAA, seven shutouts and 82 saves. A two-time NSCAA Scholastic All-American, she capped her senior year by being named to the Lowe’s Senior CLASS first-team and leading Central Florida to the Elite Eight for the first time since 1987.
She finished her career ranked second in school history for career saves (347), fourth for shutouts (27) and sixth for goals-against average (1.04) and was named UCF’s No. 1 player in the C-USA era.
Following her collegiate playing career, Reis played professionaly in Finland with Seinajoen Mimmiliiga. She is a member of the full Brazilian National Team player pool.
Reis graduated from Central Florida in 2011 with a degree in Sports and Fitness. She was selected for the NSCAA 30 under 30 Coaching Program in 2013.