|Height / Weight:|
6-2 / 215
As a Sophomore (2005)
Played in 37 games, starting in 24...hit .290 adding 10 doubles, two home run, and 10 RBIs...third on the team in slugging percentage at .470...was 3 for 3 in stolen base attempts...had a two-run home run against Florida Atlantic on March 10...was 3 for 5 with one home run and two RBIs vs. Rutgers on April 17...was 6 for 11 with four runs scored in three-game series vs. Villanova...had two relief appearances on the year, allowing no runs in 2.2 innings of work.
As a Freshman (2004)
Appeared in loss to La Salle on March 2...collected first collegiate hit with a single in the bottom of the ninth inning.
Played at Wood River High School, leading team to the Idaho state championship his senior year...during that campaign, earned first-team all-state honors and was a Northwest all-star regional selection after hitting .422 (.725 slugging percentage) with six home runs and 54 RBI...also struck out 116 batters in 78 innings while posting a 0.81 ERA...was named Idaho Times-News Player of the Year As a Junior (2002)...set a school record with 23 wins over his career...also played hockey, helping team to state championships his sophomore and senior seasons...played football as well.
Enrolled in College of Arts & Sciences...Ryne is the elder of Pam Street and Ron Reynoso's two children...born March 15, 1985.
REYNOSO'S CAREER STATISTICS