|Hometown:||Newport Beach, Calif.|
|High School:||Corona del Mar|
Played in 31 matches, making 22 starts … scored 33 goals (6th on the team) on 71 attempts, converting at a 46.5 percent rate … had a season-high four goals in a win over Fordham (Sept. 8) and vs. Santa Clara (Sept. 29) … scored at least one goal in 18 matches, scoring multiple goals 10 times … was third on the team in earned exclusions with 36 and also registered seven steals, two field blocks and one assist.
Played in 18 matches … scored 11 goals on 18 attempts, converting at a 61 percent rate … recorded 10 steals, six earned exclusions and two assists … scored a career-high four goals in a season-opening win over Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (Sept. 3) … also scored three goals in a NorCal Tournament victory over Air Force (Sept. 17) … scored one goal in UCLA’s sudden-victory overtime win against USC in the title match of the MPSF Tournament (Nov. 27).
Played in six matches … scored two goals on nine attempts … also collected two earned exclusions, one block and one steal … scored two goals against Chapman (Oct. 17) … made his collegiate debut against Air Force in the first round of the NorCal Tournament (Sept. 18).
Redshirted the season.
Played in all eight games (140 minutes) for Team USA at the 2013 World University Games in Kazan, Russia (July 6-17) … he scored eight goals on 16 shots, converting at a 50.0 percent rate … his six goals on 10 shots from two meters ranked No. 3 among all competitors at the World University Games for goals and at No. 2 in shooting percentage (60.0 percent) … registered two steals, two assists and two field blocks as the United States captured fifth place at the World University Games.
Two-year varsity water polo and varsity swimming letterwinner at Corona del Mar High School … under head coach Barry O’Dea … secured second-team All-CIF Southern Section Division I and first-team All-Pacific Coast League accolades as a senior (2008) … named the Corona del Mar team offensive most valuable player his senior season, finishing the year second on the team with 51 goals … served as team co-captain his senior season … gained ninth-team California All-America honors and fifth-team All-Southern California accolades in 2008 … earned third-team All-CIF Division I and first-team All-Pacific Coast League honors as a junior (2007) … named the team’s most improved player as a junior, totaling 40 goals, 23 steals and 16 assists that season … helped lead Corona del Mar to the 2007 Pacific Coast League championship.
Competed for SoCal Water Polo Club … led the team to the 2009 Junior Olympic Championship in addition to winning the 2009 Winterfest Championship and 2009 National Club Championship title.
Full name: Lucas Wil Reynolds … born March 2, 1991 in Newport Beach, Calif. … Lucas is the younger of Bruce and Lynn Reynolds’ two sons … has one older brother, Patrick … father, Bruce, played on the men’s water polo team at UC Irvine … majoring in history.
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