2019: Started all 57 games at second base...earned second straight Second Team All-WAC nod...set school's career record for runs (123)...voted WAC All-Tournament Team...in conference games, led the WAC in batting (.450) and hits (27)...finished second on the team with .337 batting average...put up 60 hits, five home runs, 10 doubles, and a triple...drove in 32 runs...walked eight times and was hit by five pitches...hit a home run in her final collegiate at-bat, breaking the program's career record for runs scored...tallied 19 multi-hit outings...picked WAC Hitter of the Week for the period ending March 24, when she went 6-12 over three games at Kansas City, collecting two hits in all three contests...scored game-winning run in SU's first WAC Tournament win and then scored game-tying run in the team's second win...won team's Emma Mitchell Inspiration Award...one of SU's nominees for NCAA Woman of the Year Award.
2018: Made 44 starts at second base...named All-WAC Second Team...hit eight doubles, five home runs, and a pair of triples...scored 33 runs and drove in 32...recorded eight multi-hit games...against Stanford on February 9, went 2-2 with a home run, two walks, three runs, and five RBIs...followed up the next day with three hits, three RBIs, and two runs vs. Western Michigan...Academic All-WAC.
2017: One of four Redhawks to start all 52 games...batted .327 and led the team with a .441 on-base percentage...led SU with 28 walks...hit three home runs, six doubles, and three triples...drove in 27 runs and 34 times...added three stolen bases...finished second on the team with 115 assists...notched 14 multi-hit games, tied for second-most on the team...put together a six-game hit streak from 2/11-2/19...hit .391 in 15 WAC contests, posting a .508 on-base percentage.
2016: Started all 52 games...hit .288...walked 11 times...WAC All-Tournament Team ... received one of two team Newcomer of the Year awards
SAM BARLOW HIGH SCHOOL: A 2015 graduate of Sam Barlow High School in Gresham, Ore ... Honor Roll every semester of high school ... three sport varsity athlete (four year letterwinner for softball, four year letterwinner for volleyball, two year letterwinner for basketball) ... led Bruins to a seventh place finish in softball (2014), and fourth (2011) and seventh place (2012) in volleyball ... Second Team All-League for volleyball and softball as a freshman ... First Team All-League for volleyball and softball as a sophomore and junior, also named Player of the Conference and First Team All-State for softball as a junior ... First Team All-League for volleyball as a senior ... Best Offensive Player (Freshman, sophomore, junior) and MVP (junior) ... batted .500 and had 27 stolen bases as a junior
CLUB: Two year member of WA Ladyhawks 18 Red ... led team to ninth place finish at PGF's
PERSONAL: Kaylee Jane Ree was born in Gresham, Ore. ... only daughter of Brian and Kristy Ree ... loves being outdoors.