20 - Katherine Reynolds
Katherine Reynolds
Height: 5-8
Year: Senior
Hometown: Medina, Wash.
High School: University Prep
Position: Defender

AS A SENIOR IN 2009: Named to the M.A.C. Hermann Trophy Watch List ... earned All-WCC Second Team honors ... received NSCAA All-West Region Second Team recognition ... named to the WCC Preseason All-Conference Team ... named to the All-WCC Academic Team ... selected in the fourth round with the fifth pick in the 2010 Women's Professional Soccer draft by the Boston Breakers ... started in all 22 of the games she played this season, missing one game early in the season due to injury ... registered an assist in the season opener (Aug. 21 at SJSU) ... scored a goal at Gonzaga (Nov. 7) ... helped the Bronco defense that allowed just four goals and posted three shutouts in conference play.

AS A JUNIOR IN 2008: Team Tri-Captain ... started in all 20 contests of the season ... helped in SCU's 3-0 win over San Jose State (Aug. 22), notched an assist on Jenny LaPonte's goal ... had two assists on Alyssa Chun and Margueritte Aozasa's goals at then-No. 21 Cal State Fullerton (Sept. 7) ... shutout then-No. 2 UCLA (Sept. 25) ... spent time playing at midfield vs. then-No. 6 Stanford (Oct. 3) ... started vs. Arizona (Oct. 5) ... started at outside midfielder vs. then-No. 20 San Diego (Oct. 12) ... had two shots at forward vs. Saint Mary's (Oct. 17) ... moved up to forward from defender vs. USF (Oct. 19) ... went on to convert SCU's first penalty kick, scored less than three minutes later and assisted on Jenny LaPonte's goal against the Dons ... had two shots at LMU (Oct. 24) ... converted Bronco penalty kick at Pepperdine (Oct. 26), had four shots ... started at forward at then-No. 3 Portland (Nov. 2) ... started vs. Gonzaga (Nov. 8), had three shots all on goal.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2007: Started all 21 contests ... named to All-WCC second team (Nov. 14) ... attemtped two shots on goal against San Francisco (Nov. 4) ... dished out an assist on Brittany Klein's game-winning goal against Pepperdine (Oct. 19) ... Scored the game-winning goal against CS Fullerton (Oct. 12) ... was a key component in the Broncos' 0-0 tie of then-No. 1 Stanford (Oct. 5) ... took one shot against Cal Poly (Sept. 28) ... had two shots against Arizona State (Sept. 21) ... scored the game-winning goal in overtime for the Broncos against then-No. 12 Rutgers (Sept. 14) ... played an intergral part in the Broncos' defense in both games of the Santa Clara adidas Classic (Sept. 7-9) ... had one shot on goal in the Season Opener against San Jose State (Aug. 31).

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2006: Started six of the 10 matches in which she has appeared at forward ... missed nine matches due to an ankle injury ... returned from an ankle injury on Oct. 29 to score her second goal in 4-0 win over San Francisco ... assisted on team's first goal in 3-0 win over Harvard on Sept. 1 ... scored her first collegiate goal in her debut on Opening Night on Aug. 25 against Wake Forest ... scored game-winner in ninth minute ... was named to Santa Clara adidas Classic All-Tournament team.

OLYMPIC DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCE: A member of the ODP's Region IV team.

CLUB TEAM: Played for Eastside F.C. ... spent nine years with the club ... played for the Seattle Sounder Saints in 2006.

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2006 graduate of University Prep in Seattle, Wash. ... team captain ... three-time team MVP ... helped lead team to state title in 2004 ... named Washington State Soccer Athlete of the Year ... named to league's first team all four years ... also ran track, played basketball and tennis ... two-time Track Athlete of the Year ... eight-time State Champion on the track ... participated in 100, 200, 400 as well as the long jump.

PERSONAL: Full name is Katherine Reynolds ... born in San Clemente, Calif. ... parents are George and Sara Reynolds ... has three younger sisters ... hobbies include sports, the outdoors, spending time with friends and family and travelling ... goal is to play for the U.S. Women's National Team and get her degree ... majoring in political science.