The junior from San Bernardino, Calif., led the Wolves to their best conference season at 10-6 as they earned the No. 3 seed in the Gulf South Conference Tournament.
Reul averaged 4.0 kills per game — a stat placing her in the top 20 in the country — and totaled 448 kills on the year, to go along with a 2.74 digs average and 307 digs this season. She had double-digit kills in 27 of UWG's 30 matches this season and double-digit digs in 15.
The all-region honor goes along with the First-Team All-GSC recognition Reul earned two weeks ago.
UWG women's golf
University of West Georgia women's golf coach Barry Harwell has increased his roster by one with the signing of Jessica Danford of Longwood, Fla.
Danford has been a member of the Lake Mary High School team, as well as competing on the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour. She has been a member of two Class AA Florida state championship teams, winning in 2009 and 2012.
The new Wolf is a three-time Florida High School Athletic Association First-Team All-District member, to go along with one second-team nod. She was also the runner-up at the 2011 Seminole Athletic Conference Tournament.
In the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour, Danford won the Northeast Florida Open in August with a 74 at Eagle Landing at Oakleaf Plantation.
The University of West Georgia basketball games scheduled for this Saturday have been moved to Sunday.
When the Wolves take on Gulf South Conference newcomers Shorter, they will do so on Sunday due to, "the various interests that the two communities share in Rome and Carrollton regarding Saturday's activities, as both institutions' desire to serve the desires and needs of their fan and support bases by accommodating with the Sunday afternoon tip times," according to a release from the university.
The SEC Championship at the Georgia Dome is set for 4 p.m. on Saturday in Atlanta, pitting Georgia against Alabama for a spot in the BCS National Championship game.
The women's game will be played at 3 p.m., with the men tipping off at 5 p.m. or 30 minutes following the conclusion of the first game.
UWG is offering two ways to gain free admission to the game. A donation of an unopened toy to the Wolves' Holiday Toy Drive is one way, coming to the game with a church bulletin from Sunday is the other.
Sunday's game will be the second GSC games for the Wolves after opening the conference schedule on Thursday at Alabama-Huntsville.