Reid Stevenson made history on Wednesday, becoming the first Sturgeon Bay soccer player to receive a full Division 1 soccer scholarship as he signed with UW-Milwaukee in a ceremony in the Sturgeon Bay Auditorium. Stevenson said he only seriously considered offers from in state schools like Wisconsin and UW-Green Bay, but chose UW-Milwaukee….[audio:https://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/reid1.mp3|titles=Reid Stevenson- Why Milwaukee?]Stevenson played on the Sturgeon Bay teams that qualified for the State Tournament during his freshman and sophomore seasons of 2010 and 2011, but chose not to play his senior season missed the 2013 tourney run by the Clippers because of a decision to play for the FC Wisconsin Academy in Milwaukee….[audio:https://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/reid2.mp3|titles=Reid Stevenson- senior season decision]Stevenson said that the Panthers coaching staff took notice of him after a showcase in Florida. He also said that he hopes to make an immediate impact with the team at the center/forward position, and that while he is undecided on his academic future- he has taken a lot of AP art classes at Sturgeon Bay.