Scored 78 goals in two seasons at UCLA (2010-11), playing in 55 matches (49 starts) for the Bruins...transferred to UCLA after playing two seasons at California (2007-08).
Played in 28 matches, making 22 starts...scored 35 goals, the third-highest total on the team...attempted 96 shots, converting at a 36.5 percent clip...earned second-team ACWPC All-America honors for the second straight year...secured honorable mention All-MPSF Team accolades...named an MPSF All-Academic Team selection...recorded 36 earned exclusions, eight steals, four blocks and three assists...scored in18 matches, totaling 10 multiple-goal games...tied her career high with two four-goal games - in back-to-back matches against USC (April 9) and Loyola Marymount (April 14)...also had three three-goal matches - versus Hartwick (Jan. 22), at Arizona State (March 5) and at San Jose State (April 2)...scored three goals in the NCAA Tournament, netting two against Indiana (May 13) and one against USC (May 15).
Started 27 matches...led the team with 43 goals...attempted 90 shots, scoring at a 47.8 percent clip...captured second-team ACWPC All-America honors...earned second-team All-MPSF acclaim...registered a team-leading 61 earned exclusions, 14 steals, six blocks and two assists...scored in 23 matches, including a season-high four goals in two matches - against Indiana (Jan. 23) in the season opener and in a first-round MPSF Tournament win over Hawai'i (April 30)...scored three goals against UC San Diego (Jan. 24) and in the fifth-place match of the NCAA Tournament against Michigan (May 16)...finished the season having scored two or more goals in 14 games...scored in each of the Bruins' final seven matches, logging 14 goals in that span...registered six goals in three NCAA Tournament contests and seven goals in three MPSF Tournament victories...had at least one goal in 13 of the Bruins' first 16 games.
Did not play...sat out the season due to NCAA transfer eligibility rules.
2008 (at California)
Scored a team-high 52 goals...led California in scoring for the second consecutive season...registered a season-high four goals in three games - versus Sonoma State (Feb. 3), at Hawai'i (Feb. 23) and against Cal State Northridge (March 22)...finished her sophomore campaign having registered 15 multiple-goal games...California finished the season with an 18-11 overall record, including a 6-6 mark in MPSF play.
2007 (at California)
Scored a team-high 43 goals...led California in scoring as a true freshman...registered a season-high five goals in two matches - versus Pacific in her collegiate debut (Jan. 31) and versus Cal State Northridge in the MPSF Tournament (April 28)...led California in scoring in seven games...had two goals in a 12-8 loss to UCLA (Feb. 16)...California finished the season with a 12-11 record, including a 6-6 mark in MPSF action.
Four-year varsity water polo letterwinner at Foothill Hill High School under head coach Dave Mikesell...was a four-time first-team All-America selection, netting 402 career goals at Foothill...helped lead Foothill to CIF Division I championships in 2003 and 2005...secured first-team All-CIF Southern Section honors and first-team US Water Polo All-America honors in 2005...competed for the USA Junior National Team, traveling to play in Italy and Greece...was also a member of the USA National Youth Team in addition to being a three-time Junior Olympics Most Valuable Player.
Full name: Grace Marie Reynolds...born January 12, 1988 in Santa Ana, Calif...Grace is the middle of Ed Reynolds, Jr. and Karin Reynolds' three children...has two brothers (Frank and Paul)...history major.
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