Mackenzie Grause netted the game-winning goal in the 45th minute of play.
2013 (Sophomore): Appeared in 18 matches with two starts ... was fourth on the team in scoring with eight points ... garnered first career goal in 4-1 win over UMass Lowell (9/1) ... had a goal and an assist against Kent State (9/15) ... tallied an assist in the double-overtime victory versus Memphis (9/29) ... recorded an assist at Temple (10/20).
2012 Season (Freshman at Tennessee): Saw action in three games, playing a total of 22 minutes.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at Reitz Memorial High School ... earned All-City, All-Southern Indiana Athletic Conference (SIAC), All-District and All-State accolades during her senior year ... named the MVP of the North/South All-Star game with three goals and two assists ... led the team to Top-10 showings in the NSCAA Adidas National rankings in each year, and earned the No. 1 ranking in the NSCAA Adidas Regional rankings ... team also was ranked in the Top-10 of the ESPN/Rise National rankings each season ... won the ESPN/Rise Zionsville National Championship in 2010 and was the runner-up in 2011 ... four-time winner of both the Evansville City Championship and the SIAC Championship ... finished her career with 47 goals and 56 assists ... ranks among the top-10 for career assists in the Indiana High School Athletic Association record book ... member of the honor roll all four years and named Academic All-State her junior and senior years.
Club: Played for the SWISA Rush club team and the Olympic Development team ... winner of the 2011 Indiana State Cup ... played in the Premiere Midwest Regional League (MRL) in 2010 and 2011 with a third place showing in 2011 ... made the Indiana State ODP team in 2010 and 2011 ... Region II semifinalist with the ODP team and scored three of the team's five goals ... SWISA record holder with 78 career assists and second with 131 goals.
Personal: Full name is Mackenzie Nicole Reynolds ... daughter of Troy and Mindy Reynolds ... has one sister, Megan ... cousin Drew Overman played baseball at IPFW ... majoring in pre-medicine.