2014: In her final season, had an outdoor best in the pole vault of 12-2, good for seventh at the UW-WSU Dual Meet … indoors, competed at the MPSF Championships, finishing 31st overall with a make of 11-6 ¼ … made that same height at two more meets, and had a season-best of 11-6 ½ at the SPU Final Qualifier.
2013: Had a tough time reaching the same heights in the pole vault that she did at the end of the previous season, but closed her year with a good meet at Pac-12s … at the Pac-12 Championships at USC, she cleared a season-best 12-6 ¼ to finish 12th … third at the Ken Shannon Invite with a vault of 11-10 ¾ … tied for fifth at the Pepsi Team Invite at Oregon at 11-9 ¾ … sixth in the vault at the UW-WSU Dual going 11-9 ¾ … indoors, season-best make was 12-5 ¼ at the MPSF Championships, placing 14th … also cleared 12-4 ½ at the Husky Classic, good for ninth-place.
2012: Made a huge breakthrough towards the end of her first official season, breaking the freshman school pole vault record and advancing to the NCAA Outdoor Championship finals in Des Moines, Iowa ... earned All-America honorable mention by reaching the NCAA final site ... cleared 12-2 at her first indoor meet in January, but that remained her PR until May, when she cleared 12-6 ¾ at the Oregon Twilight Meet ... just one week later she broke the 13-foot barrier, going 13-0 ¾ at the Pac-12 Championships, finishing 10th ... that clearance qualified her for NCAA West Prelims, and at that meet in Austin, Texas, she raised her PR another eight inches, clearing 13-8 ¼ to place in the top-12 and advance to Iowa ... that 13-8 ¼ mark broke the Husky freshman record and ranks her fifth in school history ... raised her PR by a foot and a half in less than a month ... was unable to clear a bar at the NCAA Outdoor Championships ... indoors, was fifth at the UW Indoor Preview, going 12-2, and cleared 12-0 ½ at the UW Invitational, finishing 12th.
2011: Redshirted the indoor and outdoor seasons, competing several times unattached in the pole vault ... outdoor best of 11-feet, 3-inches cleared at the Ken Shannon Invite ... indoors, her top mark was 11-4 ¼, coming at the Husky Classic.
High School and Personal: Born in Seattle ... parents are Naoko and James Reynolds ... the Washington State 3A pole vault champion in 2010 ... cleared a personal-best 11-feet, 6-inches to win the KingCo Championships as a senior ... also won the league vault title as a junior and won districts as a junior and senior ... placed third at the 2009 Washington State meet ... also a standout gymnast, lettering three years in high school and winning the 3A State title for uneven parallel bars in 2010 ... also ran on the 4x100m relay and 4x200m relay for Mt. Si, both of which reached the state meet in 2010 ... 4x100m relay won the KingCo league title in 2010 ... graduated with a 3.8 grade point average.
2012 Pac-12 - 9th, Pole Vault
2012 NCAA Prelims - 9th, Pole Vault
2012 NCAA Outdoors - NH, Pole Vault (All-America honorable mention)
2013 MPSF - 14th, Pole Vault
2013 Pac-12 - 12th, Pole Vault
2014 MPSF - 31st, Pole Vault
Pole Vault.......13-8 1/4
Pole Vault.......12-5 1/4