Staci Reynolds Athlete Profile

#21 Staci Reynolds

Staci Reynolds
Position: Defender Height: 5-5 Roster Years: 1997-2000 Hometown: Salt Lake City, UT Last School: Granite High School



All-America

  • 1999 NSCAA/Adidas Second Team
  • 1999 Soccer Buzz Third Team
  • 2000 Soccer Buzz Honorable Mention

Personal

  • Parents: Maurine and Don 
  • Siblings: Four sisters, three brothers, one foster brother, two nephews and one niece
  • Hobbies: All sports, playing and being outside, drawing and coloring
  • Sports Hero: Kristine Lily and John Stockton
  • Most Influential Person: My parents and Robyn Bretzing
  • Biggest Sports Thrill: Winning the MWC Championship title in 1999 and just being able to play
  • Favorite Book:The Little Engine That Could
  • Favorite Music: Country
  • Favorite Actor: Mel Gibson
  • Favorite Movie: Maverick, among many others
  • Favorite Food: Steak and potatoes, chocolate

Before BYU

  • Granite HS National Honors Society 
  • Six-year member of Utah ODP  
  • ODP regional pool two years 
  • Captain of club, school and ODP teams
  • First-team All-Region Deseret News 
  • Second-team All-Region Salt Lake Tribune 
  • Second-team All-State 
  • Varsity basketball three years 
  • Club: Soccer International

Stats

 

Year Games Played Shots Goals Assists Points
1997 21 12 1 0 2
1998 25 23 1 3 5
1999 25 36 1 6 8
2000 24 44 2 7 11
Career 95 115 5 16 26

            


1997 | Freshman Year

  • Played in 21 games, starting in 20
  • Had one goal on the season

1998 | Sophomore Year

  • Started in all 25 games
  • Had 23 shots, one goal and three assists for five points  
  • Part of defense that had 10 shutouts on the year  
  • Named to the Soccer Buzz All-West Third Team

1999 | Junior Year

  • Started in all 25 games on the BYU defense, picking up one goal and six assists for her eight points from 36 shots on goal  
  • Cougar Club Scholar Athlete 
  • Named to the MWC All-Tournament Team 
  • Honored as an NSCAA/Adidas All-America on the West Region First Team  
  • Named to the 1999 Soccer Buzz All-America National Third Team 
  • Soccer Buzz All West First Team

2000 | Senior Year

  • Named to MWC First Team 
  • MWC Academic All-MWC 
  • NCSAA Scholar Athlete All-Region
  • NSCAA All-Region
  • Soccer Buzz All-America Honorable Mention 
  • Soccer Buzz All-Region Third Team
  • Recorded two assists in wins over Weber State and Washington State
  • Member of Utah Select Regional Team, which took the national championships in Florida