2011: An All-Big East second team selection, Reba Tutt was among the NCAA top-50 in triples (7th), walks (34th), doubles (41st) and runs per game (50th)...finished her career as the school record holder in career runs scored (147) and walks (101), and in single-season runs scored (47), walks (35) and triples (6)...also listed second among the all-time leaders in career home runs, triples and stolen bases and single-season doubles (tied) and stolen bases...ranked fifth in career hits (176)...tied a single-game record with four bases on balls against Providence (Feb. 18)...smacked a walk-off double to win the first-ever game at Vartabedian Field (March 29)...blasted a walk-off homer to secure a victory in the final home game of the season over Villanova (May 8)...went 3-for-3 with five RBI against South Carolina State (March 11)...swiped three bags against East Tennessee State (March 12)...went 4-for-4 with a home run and three RBI against Connecticut (April 16)...collected two hits, two runs, two RBI and two stolen bases in the second game of the St. John's doubleheader...recorded 12 multi-hit games...drove in multiple RBI in five contest...posted a seven-game hitting streak...started all 51 games in centerfield.
2010: Tutt had another solid season offensively for Pitt...ranked fourth on the team in batting average at .258...tied for first in triples with two...second on the team in home runs (six)...third in walks (19) and stolen bases (11)...second on the team with 12 multi-hit games...posted a five-game hitting streak and five games with multiple RBI...had two hits and two runs against Minnesota...had two runs, two hits and 1 RBI against Alabama State...scored her first home run of the season against Providence on March 27...three home runs in one weekend against Seton Hall on April 24 and 25...scored the game-winning run against Youngstown State (March 24), St. Francis (March 30), Villanova (April 1), St. John's (April 17) and Rutgers (May 8)...batted in the game-winning run against St. John's (April 17)...made a game-saving catch in the victory over Villanova (April 3)...secured a 2-1 victory over Seton Hall (April 24) with a solo homer in the third inning...tallied three home runs in the Seton Hall series.
2009: Reba Tutt finished the season with a team-leading .279 batting average...also led the team in hits (41), runs (33) and triples (4)...the four triples moved her into a tie for third in the single-season records and into second place in the career records (6)...recorded 14 stolen bases on the season, moving her into fifth place all-time for career steals (40)...hit a home run against Michigan...scored the game-winning run against Georgetown...recorded two runs, two hits and an RBI against Alabama State...had a career-high six plate appearances against Charlotte...had three hits against Notre Dame to match her career high...her 14-game hitting streak was the team's longest of the season.
2008: Tutt ranked 30th in NCAA Division I stolen bases per game, averaging just over one stolen base in every doubleheader...stole her team and league-leading 26th base of the season against Providence...the steal surpassed Robin Johnston's 2000 mark and moved her into second place on the single-season list...started in all 56 games played...finished with a .272 batting average while leading-off the lineup...began the game against Texas-Arlington with a leadoff double for the Panthers in the FIU Tournament...recorded her first Pitt run when she crossed home plate after the Texas-Arlington catcher muffed the ball...scored one of Pitt's two runs in the championship game of the FIU Tournament...hit a double and stole third base to score against Longwood in the Longwood Leadoff Classic...tallied five hits, two runs, one RBI and a stolen base at the UNLV Eller Media Classic...recorded the second run against St. Francis (PA.) with a leadoff home run to centerfield in the fifth...hit a three-run homer against Connecticut to end a potential shutout.
High School: Tutt led Highland to the 2007 state championship...finished her career with a .500 batting average...member of the 2006 state runner-up team...led her team to back-to-back regional championships in 2004 and 2005...named team's most valuable player...member of the 2005 Under-18 ASA Gold National Championship team...member of the Virginia Shamrocks club team that is coached by Tommy Orndorff...lettered in basketball and was a first team all-state selection in 2006 and 2007.
Personal: Born on November 18, 1989...daughter of Reva and the late Davina...had one sister...a health services major.