Grace Reyer

Grace Reyer (she/her) (24B) is from Croton on Hudson, New York, on the business track with concentrations in environmental management and film and media management. Reyer is also a member of the Emory Women’s Soccer team, and an avid fan of both LeBron James and Megan Rapinoe. Aside from athletics, Reyer also loves to travel, paddleboard, and hike.

Nguyen Counts Wins in Pandemic | Coach’s Conversation in COVID

After an almost year-long hiatus, Emory spring sports teams resumed practices as early as Feb. 9. Now that coaches and athletes can pick up where they left off last spring, cross country and track and field head coach Linh Nguyen is eager for the upcoming season despite the uncertainties about competition.  Nguyen was appointed head [...]

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Emory Athletes Utilize Meditation, Yoga to Improve Game

The measure of an athlete’s success is often determined by their performance on the field or court. Yet the level of athletes’ competition and focus may also be the product of something other than physical training or exercise: mental control.  To stay locked in, athletes started prioritizing their mental health. Emory athletes, along with those [...]

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How the U.S. Pushed Its Women Soccer Players Away

While the U.S. has never been strongly associated with the world’s most popular sport, the U.S. women’s national team (USWNT) has been the most dominant team in the world for some time now, winning four World Cup titles since the start of the Women’s World Cups in 1991.  Most of the USWNT players are members [...]

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