Honors & Awards

  • Third-Team All-Big Ten (2021, 2022)
  • Big Ten Preseason Player to Watch (2021, 2022)
  • Sportsmanship Award Winner (2023)
  • Academic All-Big Ten (2021, 2022, 2023)
  • Big Ten Distinguished Scholar (2024)
  • College Sports Communicators Academic All-District (2022)
  • Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023; Spring 2020, 2021, 2022; Spring 2024*)
  • Sam Foltz Hero 27 Leadership Award (2023)
  • Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2021, 2022, 2023, 2024)

2023 (Senior)
Reagan Raabe was injured and did not play for the Huskers in the 2023 season.

2022 (Junior)
Raabe garnered third-team All-Big Ten accolades for the second time in her career in 2022. Raabe started 17 games and amassed 1,428 minutes before an injury sidelined her for the remainder of the season. She recorded two goals and four assists on the season, totaling eight points. Additionally, she tallied 37 shots and 12 shots on goal.  A leader on the field, Raabe helped the Huskers to an 8-7-5 overall record and 5-3-2 record in conference play.

2021 (Sophomore)
Raabe earned All-Big Ten accolades after starting all 18 games and amassing 1,369 minutes. Raabe’s seven goals during the season tied for the team-lead, and she added three assists. Raabe scored NU’s first goal of the season when she found the back of the net against Western Illinois in the 12th minute on Aug. 19. She also recorded a brace against the Leathernecks, scoring again in the 52nd minute. She recorded her next three goals at Missouri on Aug. 22, at home against Loyola Chicago on Sept. 5 and at Arizona on Sept. 12. Raabe scored twice during Big Ten play, the first coming Sept. 19 against Purdue in the 17th minute. Against Illinois on Oct. 21, Raabe scored the game winner in the 24th minute. During the season, she took 30 shots, 18 of which were on goal.

2020-21 (Freshman)
Raabe started each of the eight games she played in 2020-21. She scored her first career goal against Michigan, putting the Huskers first on the board in a game that ultimately went to double overtime. Raabe led the team with 14 shots on the year, including on goal. She picked up the first point of her Husker career with an assist on Nebraska's first goal of the season against Purdue. Overall, she saw 506 minutes on the pitch, including a season-high 95 minutes against Wisconsin (March 13).

Raabe was an early enrollee at Nebraska, joining in January 2020.

High School
Raabe played high school soccer at Millard West in Omaha, Neb., under Coach Jacque Tevis-Butler. In 2019, Raabe scored 21 goals and tallied 11 assists to help the Wildcats capture the state title. She was named captain of the All-Nebraska Team and Super-State Team, while also earning Gatorade Player-of-the-Year honors. Raabe also captured All-America accolades from the United Soccer Coaches and Allstate. As a freshman in 2017, Raabe scored 17 goals and recorded five assists to help the team advance to the semifinals of the state tournament before suffering an ACL injury that sidelined her for the 2018 campaign.
Other Information
Raabe played club soccer for Elite Girls Academy under Coach Marcus Kelcher. In 2019, the team captured the ECNL Midwest title and Fall State Cup in addition to qualifying for the ECNL Champions League. Raabe scored nine goals and tallied four assists in 12 starts in 2019. In 2018, she compiled 15 goals and nine assists to help the squad qualify for the ECNL Champions League.
Personal Information
Reagan is the daughter of Chris and Melanie Raabe, and was born on Sept. 27, 2001. Reagan has two sisters, Emma and Olivia. Reagan is majoring in nutrition and health sciences and is a six-time Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll selection.
Raabe on Nebraska
“Coach Walker supported me throughout my injury and encouraged me to return to soccer better than I was before when many coaches doubted my ability to recover. I was also really impressed with the family environment that all the players and staff talked about. I grew up watching the Huskers my entire life and it’s a dream come true to be a part of the Nebraska family.”