Krissa Campbell Reinbold Athlete Profile

#12 Krissa Campbell Reinbold

Krissa Campbell Reinbold
Positions: Midfielder, Forward Height: 5-4 Roster Years: 2001-2004 Hometown: Folsom, CA Last School: Folsom High School

Personal

  • Parents: Steve and Michelle  
  • Siblings: Mark, Jason, Travis 
  • Husband: Matthew Reinbold

Before BYU

  • Three-year participant in State Olympic Development Team 
  • National ODP camp member in 1998-99 
  • All-Region Team in 1998 and 2000 
  • Three-time first-team All-Metro (Sacramento) honoree  
  • Part of 2000 Region Team European Tour 
  • Club: San Juan Spirits, winners of the Cal-North State Championships in 2001

Summary

  • Played in 86 games and took 171 shots, netting 10 goals and posting 10 assists 
  • MWC First Team and MWC All-Tournament Team as a junior ... NSCAA/adidas third-team All-West Region selection

Stats

 

Year Games Played Shots Goals Assists Points
2001 18 12 1 0 2
2002 21 41 1 3 5
2003 26 75 6 5 17
2004 21 43 2 2 6
Career 86 171 10 10 30

            


2001 | Freshman Year

  • Scored first collegiate goal at Northwestern University on Sept. 10, 2001 giving Cougars the 1-0 victory 
  • Tallied a total of 12 shots on the season  
  • Played in 18 of 22 games starting in six

2002 | Sophomore Year

  • Put in loose ball with under two minutes remaining in the game to give Cougars 2-1 win over Cal-State Northridge 
  • Assist in 9-2 win over SDSU in MWC tourney 
  • Grabbed another assist in MWC championship game vs. New Mexico

2003 | Junior Year

  • NSCAA/Adidas third-team All-West Region selection 
  • First-team All-MWC 
  • MWC All-Tournament Team 
  • Scored both goals in the Cougars' 2-0 win over Idaho State in the second round of the NCAA tournament  
  • Notched the first goal in PKs against No. 15 Villanova in the NCAA Sweet 16 
  • Put the Cougars' up 2-0 against AFA in round one of the MWC Tournament
  • Credited with an assist on the game-winning goal against AFA in the MWC Tournament 
  • Assisted on the tying score in the Cougars' 3-2 win over New Mexico in the MWC Tournament

2004 | Senior Year

  • Started 20 of 21 games 
  • Scored the game-winning goal against UNLV on Oct. 9  
  • Attempted 44 shots with 23 on goal  
  • Sealed 2-0 win with late goal against Utah State 
  • MWC Offensive Player of the Week Oct. 12 
  • Cougar Scholar Athlete