A cultured centerback who displays good instincts and skill passing out of the back, Ream has steadily built his resume in the last few years in England. After a career-high six caps in 2011, Ream made his comeback onto the senior team in 2014 after a three-year stint away from the National Team. His performances at Bolton have earned him back-to-back Player of the Year honors for the club, adding leadership and versatility to a growing list of qualities. One of the most consistent performers in MLS in 2010 amongst rookies and veterans alike, he started all 30 games for New York Red Bulls and helped the team to a regular season Eastern Conference title. Ream capped off his stellar rookie campaign with a starting appearance for the USA in the Nelson Mandela Challenge in Cape Town in November 2010.
- Collected a career-high six caps for the U.S. in 2011, including two starts in the CONCACAF Gold Cup
- Made his first U.S. appearance when he paired with Clarence Goodson in central defense in the 2010 Nelson Mandela Challenge in Cape Town, South Africa
- Voted Bolton Player of the Year by the supporters for two consecutive seasons
- Started 33 games in all competitions for the New York Red Bulls in 2010, the most on the team, and was a finalist for the 2010 MLS Rookie of the Year Awar
Played four seasons at Saint Louis University … Earned the 2009 Atlantic 10 Conference Defensive Player of the Year Award after contributing a career-high six goals and five assists while helping the team to post seven shutouts … Was a NSCAA Third Team All-American selection as a senior …. Featured in 82 games during his career, missing just one match … Was a three-time NSCAA First Team All-Mid Atlantic Region selection.