16 Caitlin Reynolds
16 Caitlin Reynolds
Height: 5-4
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Chehalis, Wash.
High School: W.F. West HS
Position: C/UTL

2017-2018 (Junior):
Saw action in 21 games for the Tigers, making seven starts. Posted five hits, three runs scored, and a batting average of .227. Recorded a multi-hit game season on April 18th in the Tigers' nonconference win against Stanford.  

2016-2017 (Sophomore):
Saw action in 22 games while batting a career-high .224 with six runs scored and eight RBIS. Got her first hit of the season and first collegiate extra base hit in the 3-2 win over Princeton (Mar. 21). Registered her first multi-hit performance as she went 2-for-4 with two runs scored and another batted in against San Diego (Apr. 8). Hit her first career home run on a walk-off two-run shot to right in the seventh inning to help Pacific sweep the doubleheader over Loyola Marymount (Apr. 22) 3-1. Her performance in the classroom helped her garner WCC All-Academic recognition following the season. 

2015-2016 (Freshman):
In her first season as a Tiger, Reynolds batted .125 in eight at-bats, scoring three runs in the process. Reynolds, who appeared in 13 games, logged her first collegiate hit against Seattle (Mar 5) in the 7-3 victory.  

High School:
Reynolds' Washington Ladyhawks club squad took first place at the 2014 Valley Invite 18U and participated in the prestigious 16U PGF National Championship in 2013, finishing 17th in the nation.  Reynolds was named 2014 First Team All-Evergreen Conference for the West High Bearcats in addition to second team honors in 2013. The Bearcats won a WIAA district championship and finished 5th in the state championships in both Reynolds' sophomore (2013) and junior season (2014). A two-sport athlete in high school, Reynolds also saw success in soccer for the Bearcats, capturing district and league titles in 2011 and 2012. Academically, Reynolds has been a member of the honor roll at W.F. West from 2011-2014 and has been a member of the National Honors Society since 2012. She has been awarded the Evergreen Conference All-Academic award each year since 2011.