Honors and Awards:
2017 MLS Combine Invite...2016 NSCAA First Team All-American…MAC Hermann Semifinalist…Summit League Defensive Player of the Year…Summit League First Team…Summit League Defensive Player of the Week (8/29/16) 2015: NSCAA Second Team All-America...MAC Hermann Semifinalist...Summit League Defensive Player of the Year...First Team All-Summit League...Two-time Summit League Defensive Player of the Week.
2nd in Denver’s Division I history with 79 CAPS, starting 74 of those appearances…Netted two goals and tallied 18 career assists…18 career assists are good for third in Denver’s Division I history…74 starts are tied for the second most in Denver’s Division I history…Part of a senior class that finished with a 59-13-11 record, the third best mark in the country during that span.
Played in all 24 matches in Denver’s backline, starting 23 of them (did not start at Butler due to injury)…Five assists on the season, including one in three of Denver’s first five matches…Led a Denver back line that finished third in the country in goals against average (0.52) and third in shutout percentage (0.58), did not allow a shot against Saint Louis (9/15) and did not allow a shot on goal in five matches.
Started all 19 matches… Played 1,774 minutes for third most on the team… Scored a goal against Oral Roberts (10/10) which was the game winner… Led the team in assists with eight...Played right back in a Denver back four that allowed a 0.40 goals against-average, kept a 0.63 shutout percentage (12 clean sheets), and allowed just 2.5 shots on goal per game...NCAA RANKINGS: 30th in the NCAA in assists with eight.
Started all 20 matches while logging1,728 minutes...Was substituted for in just 6 of 20 games...Collected assists in regular season games versus Navy, Bradley and Fort Wayne. Also added an assist against Fort Wayne in the Summit League tournament.
Played in 15 of the Pioneers 20 games, starting 12...Helped Denver set new Division I school records in consecutive shutouts (5), consecutive scoreless minutes (584), single-season wins (13) and consecutive unbeaten matches (15)...Recorded three points off a goal and an assist...Scored a goal against Bradley (Sept. 20)...The Summit League All-Newcomer Team.
Sat out as a redshirt.
Attended Lake Highlands High School in Dallas, Texas...Named All-District First Team forward in 2010 and 2011, and an All-District First Team defender in 2009...Played for Solar Chelsea Soccer Academy...Ranked No. 75 recruit in the nation for the 2012 class by College Soccer News...Picked for the U.S. Academy Select Team for the Winter Showcase in 2009 and 2010...Named to the ESPN Rise Texas All-Star Team in 2011.
Born February 8, 1994, in Dallas, Texas...Son of Timothy and Terri Dunk...Has one sister, Erin...Chose Denver because of the soccer program, the locations and its reputation for academics, including one of the best business schools in the nation...Involved in Mu Alpha Theta math honor society, Young Life, yearly mission trips and several different service projects...Enjoys playing soccer, pet sitting and playing the guitar...Hopes to one day obtain a job in either business or healthcare...Plans to major in business...Also considered Southern Methodist, Kentucky, North Carolina, Wake Forest and Central Florida...Teammates call him "Reggie."
Kevin Smith on Dunk:
"Reagan is the full package. Denver is getting a very good player. Great feet, tactically sound and athletic. He is one of those players you want on any team you coach."
M. Soccer / 1/19/2018 Smith Taken No. 18 Overall by Sporting KC in MLS SuperDraft
M. Soccer / 12/22/2017 Graham Smith Invited to 2018 MLS Combine
M. Soccer / 12/14/2017 Smith Earns United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-America Honors
M. Soccer / 12/8/2017 Register for Denver's Winter Camps Today
M. Soccer / 12/7/2017 Smith Tabbed CoSIDA First Team Academic All-America
M. Soccer / 12/4/2017 Denver Places Three on All-West Region Team
M. Soccer / 11/29/2017 Denver Puts Five on Academic All-League Team
M. Soccer / 11/11/2017 [-/30] Denver Falls to Omaha on Penalties in the Summit League Final
M. Soccer / 11/10/2017 Denver Places Three on CoSIDA Academic All-District Team
M. Soccer / 11/09/2017 Denver and Omaha Set for Summit League Final Encore
M. Soccer / 11/09/2017 [-/30] Denver Advances to Summit League Final with 1-0 Win Over Eastern Illinois
M. Soccer / 11/08/2017 Denver Earns Four Major Awards at Summit League Banquet
M. Soccer / 11/07/2017 Shinyashiki Tabbed Summit League Male Athlete of the Month
M. Soccer / 11/06/2017 [-/30] Denver to Battle Eastern Illinois in Summit Semis Thursday
M. Soccer / 11/06/2017 Underwood and Gardner Earn Summit League Weekly Honors