|Hometown:||San Diego, Calif.|
|High School:||Bonita Vista|
Reynoso made 14 starts in his junior campaign. The left-handed pitcher notched season-high six strikeouts four times. Reynoso had five quality starts with two of them high-quality. He pitched a season-high 7.1 innings against Saint Mary’s (4/21). He earned 2018 All-WCC Preseason pitcher honors, before the season started. Reynoso finished the season with 73.2 innings pitched to land in the Top 20 for conference. He struck out 51 batters and posted a 4.89 ERA to finish in the Top 25 in conference. Reynoso tied for 14th for wins with five and finished in a seven-way tie for first with 14 starts.
Reynoso proved to be a reliable piece to the pitching staff as he started 15 games in 2017. Through 74 1/3 innings, he averaged 6.78 strikeouts per nine innings, his new career best. He finished the year with a 5-7 record and a 3.75 ERA. Reynoso held conference opponents to a 2.50 ERA and recorded a home ERA of 2.17. His best start came against Santa Clara where he went seven innings giving up only one run and striking out a season high of nine batters. Pitched a shutout against Portland allowing two hits and striking out six batters.
Reynoso played with Danny Mayer for the Willmar Stingers of the Northwoods League over the summer. He struck out 13 in his 12.1 innings there.
Reynoso was dropped straight into the starting rotation as he adjusted to the collegiate game and put up a 4.91 ERA as a starter. Overall, Reynoso had a 4.76 ERA with 40 strikeouts and a 3-4 record. In his seven shutout innings on March 25 against San Francisco, Reynoso struck out a career-best nine batters. He followed up that performance with nine innings against Gonzaga on April 2 allowing only one run. His first career win was on February 27 in just his second start as Reynoso defeated Northwestern. Against Sacramento State on May 17, Reynoso guided Pacific to the win with seven innings and seven strikeouts.
Reynoso lit up the Mesa League with a 0.78 ERA his senior season at Bonita Vista High School. The San Diego native went 10-2 that year, pitching 5 complete games and twice going the distance while shutting out the opposition. Reynoso led the team in wins, ERA, innings, strikeouts, and homers after knocking two at the plate. He struck out 89 in 81 innings that year and was named First Team All-League and MVP. In his junior season, Reynoso was also named MVP after going 5-1 with a 1.40 ERA and 43 strikeouts in 55 innings. He was the winning pitcher in the 2014 CIF Championship game. Reynoso was also a four-time Honor Roll recipient for his work in the classroom.
Reynoso is the son of Marion and Alfredo and has a younger sister Rachel. He is majoring in sports management.