PRESCOTT, Ariz. – Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Ariz.) women's basketball was a couple minutes away from winning both the California Pacific Conference regular season and tournament championship and fell short but with Susie Reynoso, another talented freshman coming in, that all can change next season.
"We're excited about Susie joining our program here at Embry-Riddle," Head Coach Michael Trujillo exclaimed. "She has a great skill set offensively and is very active on defense. She plays with a high motor that will fit right in with our system."
Reynoso, a 5'9" forward will provide some depth and versatility to the stacked Eagles frontcourt. While at her time at Mission Hills High School in San Marcos, California, Reynoso was All-League twice and won two open division championships in the talented California Interscholastic Federation. She also was a part of two runner up teams her junior and senior seasons.
"She has won a couple of Open Division Championships that will help the success of our program," continued Trujillo.
At the moment, Reynoso plans to study forensic psychology while in Prescott. She will add to the academic prowess of the team as she was named to the San Diego All-Academic team in her final two seasons as a Grizzly.