A.J. Reid
A.J.  Reid


Lakeville, Minn.

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 190


Last Team:
Austin Bruins (NAHL)


14 Falcons named AHC all-academic

A school-record 14 Falcons were honored for their excellence off the ice


Air Force travels to AIC for league series

Falcons have won four straight and are tied for sixth in AHC


Air Force and Holy Cross skate to 1-1 OT tie

Chris Truehl made 37 saves and Erik Baskin scored power-play goal for Falcons


Air Force holds off Canisius for 3-2 win and series split

Falcons and Griffs split two-game series


Canisius comes back for 3-1 win over Air Force

A.J. Reid scored AFA's only goal as Falcons fall to 4-8-2 overall this season

2014-15 (Sophomore)

Played in all 41 games and was fourth on the team with 30 points (10-20-30) ... Tied for second on the team with six power-play goals ... Scored 22 points in 28 conference games ... Opened the season with career-best two goals vs. Mercyhurst ... 18 points in the final 15 games of the season ... Had two points each in six of the final 12 games.


2013-14 (Freshman)

Played in 38 games and had five goals and five assists for 10 points ... 54 shots on goal and was a +2 on the season ... Nine of his 10 points came in 27 conference games ... All 10 points came in a span of 21 games, mostly in the second half of the season ... First career point was an assist in the 2-2 tie at Holy Cross, Dec. 6 ... First career goal came in at AIC, Jan. 3.


Before Air Force

Played in 100 career regular-season junior hockey games … Played 81 games over two seasons for the Austin Bruins of the NAHL and had 94 points while being a +21 … Played in 26 games in 2011-12 and had 29 points (8-21-29) … Also had two power-play goals and three game-winners … Played in 19 games in 2011-12 for the USHL’s Fargo Force and had one assist … In 2012-13, played in 55 games and had 65 points (25-40-65), with nine power-play goals, four game-winners and was a +15 … Played in eight playoff games each year, having five points in 2013 and four in 2012 ... Junior coach was Cris Tok ... Lettered four years in hockey at St. Thomas Academy ... Team won the 2008 State Championship ... Named all-conference twice and honorable mention all-state in 2011 ... Earned the prestigious Herb Brooks Award as the most qualified hockey player in the Minnesota state tournament who strongly represents the values, characteristics, and traits that defined the legendary hockey coach ... Earned his high school’s Torch Award for having a GPA between 3.33 and 3.67 ... Second in command of Brigade XO of Army JROTC program.


Member of Cadet Squadron 18 ... Parents are Alan and Jacki Reid ... Has one younger sister ... Sister is a junior on the Providence women’s hockey team ... Has numerous relatives in the Air Force and Army ... Major is management ... Has three relatives that graduated from Army ... Father played college football for the Minnesota Gophers and went on to play running back for the Philadelphia Eagles in 1987 ... Godfather is NFL Hall of Fame defensive end Reggie White ... On the dean’s list twice ...  Greatest individual moment in sports was winning the Herb Brooks Award in 2011 ... Wears the No. 24 because its the same number his dad wore ... This past summer, served as an instructor during Expeditionary Survival and Evasion Training ... Long-term goal is to work in the finance and investing career field ... Favorite NHL team is the Minnesota Wild ... Favorite players are Tyler Johnson and Zach Parise.


2013-14 38 5 5 10 11-22 54 0 0 0
Totals 38 5 5 10 11-22 54 0 0 0
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