Fairfield Women's Lacrosse BIO
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19 Colleen Reynolds

2014: MAAC All-Academic Team... Reynolds had a stellar sophomore campaign as a defender for the Stags in which she tallied 16 goals to be the fifth-highest scorer on the roster. Reynolds also dished six assists to tally a season total 22 points. She picked up 17 ground balls, grabbed 22 draw controls, and caused five turnovers. Throughout Reynold’s 17 starts, she recorded four multi-goal games and one hat trick. She recorded 30 shots on goal with an overall shot on goal percentage of .750. She recorded two goals against Sacred Heart, including the game-winner. 

2013: Reynolds appeared in 11 games on the defensive line for Fairfield. She tallied one assist, against conference foe Manhattan, for one point. Reynolds picked up two ground balls, grabbed three draw controls, and caused two turnovers.

Before Fairfield: Reynolds comes to Fairfield after lettering four seasons in lacrosse at Farmingdale High School, where she served as a team captain her senior year. During that campaign, she was named the squad’s Most Valuable Player (MVP) and was named to the First Team All-America by US Lacrosse. Reynolds led the team to its fourth consecutive Nassau County Championship title and was a two-time All-County selection. A 2011 UnderArmour Underclass All-America selection, Reynolds helped Farmingdale to back-to-back New York State Championships in 2009 and 2010, and was a No. 1 ranking in the nation her rookie season. Reynolds also lettered four seasons in soccer, earning First Team All-State honors, All-County accolades, and a conference championship title in 2011. She was also a member of the National Honor Society.

Personal: Daughter of Patricia and John Reynolds… Has two siblings, Erin and Jack… Father, John, played baseball at the University of Tennessee… Brother, Jack, played lacrosse at the University of Albany… Major is Accounting. 

Position: Defender
Height: 5'7"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Farmingdale, N.Y.
High School: Farmingdale
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