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Steve Reese

For the American football player, see Steve Reese (American football).
Steve Reese
Personal information
Full nameSteve Reese
Date of birth (1980-10-08) October 8, 1980 (age 33)
Place of birthSalem, Oregon, United States
Height6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Playing positionGoalkeeper
Youth career
1999–2000Western Baptist Warriors
Senior career*
1997–1999Cascade Surge-(-)
2000–2003FCM Bacău-(-)
2002Aerostar Bacău (loan)-(-)
2003Politehnica Timişoara-(-)
2006Cascade Surge6(0)
2007–2008Portland Timbers0(0)
2008–2009Monterrey La Raza (indoor)5(0)
2009Cascade Surge4(0)
2010-2011Kitsap Pumas-(-)
Teams managed
2006-2007Oregon State Beavers (assistant)
2008Concordia University, Portland (assistant)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 13 June 2009.
† Appearances (Goals).

Steve Reese (born October 8, 1980 in Salem, Oregon) is an American soccer player who currently plays for Kitsap Pumas in the Professional Arena Soccer League.


College and Amateur

Reese grew up in Salem, Oregon, attending South Salem High School where he was an all state soccer player. Reese attended Western Baptist College (now Corban University) for one year, 2000-2001 before leaving school to pursue a professional career. While at Western Baptist, he played one season, 2000, of college soccer at the NAIA school.

In 1997-1999 Reese also spent three seasons with the Cascade Surge of the USISL when he was a teenager.


Reese traveled to Europe where he signed with FCM Bacău in the Romanian Liga I. He was loaned to Liga III team Aerostar Bacău. In early 2003, he moved to FC Timişoara of the Romanian Liga I.[1] He also spent time training on the Isle of Wight.

In 2004, Reese returned to the U.S. where he spent several weeks training with the MetroStars of Major League Soccer. While he appeared in a preseason game, he was not offered a contract.[2] He then trained with the Portland Timbers for the remainder of the season.

In 2006, Reese spent the season with the Cascade Surge of the division USL Premier Development League. He was 1-5-0 with a 2.40 goals against average. On May 23, 2007, the Portland Timbers of the USL First Division signed Reese as the team’s third string goalkeeper. The Timbers kept him through the 2008 season, but he never played a game and was released before the 2009 season. He signed in November 2008 with Monterrey La Raza of the National Indoor Soccer League. He played five games and was named to the 2008-2009 NISL All Rookie Team.[3]

In 2009, Reese returned to Cascade Surge which folded at the end of the season. In November 2010, he signed with the Kitsap Pumas of the Professional Arena Soccer League.


In 2006, Reese served as the goalkeeper coach for the Oregon State Beavers women’s soccer team. He is also the goalkeeper coach for Oregon’s Olympic Development Program team.[4] In 2008, he was an assistant coach with Concordia University, Portland.[5]


External links

  • Portland Timbers profile
  • Oregon Beavers coaches profile
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