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Soccer signs McReynolds from the portal

Dec 9, 2021

PULLMAN, Wash. – Hitting the transfer portal once again, Washington State soccer head coach Todd Shulenberger has nabbed another impact forward with the addition of Brianna McReynolds (Glendale, Calif.). McReynolds spent the last three years at Oregon State. She becomes the second Beaver to trade her Orange and Black for Crimson and Gray reuniting with all-region midfielder Sydney Studer.
"We are very excited to add Bri to our team," said Shulenberger. "She brings versatility, athleticism, speed, and ability to create and score goals in the Pac-12."
In her three years on the pitch, the California native has been a workhorse on the offensive end of the field and has proven herself a dangerous scoring threat in the Pac-12 having netted 13 goals and tallied 11 assists in her career. She announced herself in her inaugural campaign, earning Pac-12 All-Freshman Team honors after scoring five goals and adding five assists, leading the team in helpers while finishing second overall in points. As a sophomore, McReynolds rarely left the pitch, starting all 16 games while playing 1,359 minutes to lead the offensive attack. She finished that season with four goals and four assists finishing second on the team in points just behind Studer for the overall lead. This past season, McReynolds battled injury to still play in 13 contests while scoring four more goals on just 16 shots to finish third on the team in scoring despite missing six contests.
A junior academically, McReynolds comes to the Palouse eligible to still play two seasons after getting back the Covid-19 year of the 2021 spring season. In total she has appeared in 47 contests including 37 starts. McReynolds will get an early look with her new team as she begins classes at WSU in January and will play throughout the spring with the Cougs.