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8 Mary Reilly

AS A JUNIOR IN 2017
United Soccer Coaches All-West Region First Team ... D2CCA All-West Region Second Team ... All-CCAA First Team ... CCAA All-Tournament Team ... UCSDtritons.com Athlete of the Week (9/25) ... Started all 21 games she appeared in as a forward ... Compiled nine goals and four assists for 22 total points, sharing team lead with strike partner Katie O'Laughlin in goals and points ... Led CCAA in shots (87) for third straight season, and also paced team with 43 shots on goal and three game-winning goals (tied) ... Posted her fifth career multiple-goal game with brace in 2-1 win at Cal State Dominguez Hills (9/22), the decider coming in the 52nd minute on a tremendous solo run through center of Toro defense ... Also involved in first two goals of next match at Cal State LA (9/24), a 3-0 victory, drawing penalty kick in 52nd before beautiful assist to Jordyn McNutt less than three minutes later ... Missed CCAA Tournament semifinal vs. Cal State San Marcos (11/3) due to injury, before opening scoring in 19th minute of 4-3 victory in final vs. No. 23 Sonoma State (11/5).

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2016
D2CCA All-America honorable mention ... NSCAA All-West Region First Team ... D2CCA All-West Region First Team ... All-CCAA First Team ... CCAA Tournament Most Valuable Offensive Player and All-Tournament Team ... One of 14 UCSD Athletes of the Year ... CCAA Player of the Week (9/27) ... Two-time UCSDtritons.com Athlete of the Week (10/24 and 11/7) ... Started all 22 games at forward ... Led CCAA comfortably in shots for second straight year with even career high of 100, 33 more than next-closest teammate Katie O'Laughlin ... Second in CCAA behind own teammates with career highs of 13 goals, nine assists (tied) and 35 points ... Opened account with right-footed strike off crossbar and in for late third in 5-0 first-game rout of No. 12 Azusa Pacific (9/1) ... Produced three total points vs. Regis (9/9), assisting forward partner Katie O'Laughlin in 15th minute before unleashing a quality left-footed goal from inside the area for 4-0 in 76th ... Played hand in all three goals in 3-1 win vs. Chico State (9/25), assisting on first two before providing exquisite 87th-minute clincher ... Scored lone game-winner with just 1:11 left in regulation at Stanislaus State (11/4) in CCAA Tournament semifinals.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2015
D2CCA All-West Region Second Team ... NSCAA All-West Region Second Team ... CCAA Freshman of the Year ... All-CCAA First Team ... CCAA All-Tournament Team ... NSCAA Division II Player of the Week (11/10) ... San Diego Hall of Champions Star of the Month for November (12/2) ... Two-time UCSDtritons.com Athlete of the Week (10/5 and 11/9) ... Set program record in UCSD's NCAA Division II era (since 2000) for most goals in a single season by a true freshman, with 11 ... One of six Tritons to start all 22 games ... Led CCAA in goals, total points (28), game-winning goals (tied-four), shots (80) and shots on goal (52) ... Had 24 more shots on goal than anyone else in the CCAA ... Made college debut as a starting forward in season opener vs. Concordia (9/3), registering a match-high eight shots with six on goal over 78 minutes played ... Scored first collegiate goal with 2:36 remaining in regulation to give UCSD 1-0 victory vs. Point Loma (9/5) ... Tallied opener in 2-1 win vs. No. 14 Cal State L.A. (9/14) just 3:21 into the match ... Produced an incredible four goals, accounting for all four UCSD scores in 4-2 win at Cal State Dominguez Hills (10/2), and became first Triton to score four times in a single match since former All-American Megan Dickey over a decade before on Sept. 8, 2005 ... Contributed a goal and two assists in 4-1 triumph vs. Cal Poly Pomona (11/4) in first round of CCAA Tournament ... Had eight shots to equal season high at Humboldt State (10/16), with a season-best seven of them on frame.

CLUB
Played for first-year local side San Diego Parceiro Ladies of the Women's Premier Soccer League (WPSL) during the 2018 off-season ... Scored lone winner in 55th minute for club's first-ever goal in debut vs. league power San Diego SeaLions (5/20) ... Strike put her among WPSL Players of the Week ... Competed for Coronado Youth Soccer League (CYSL) from 2004-15.

HIGH SCHOOL
A 2015 graduate of Hilltop High School in Chula Vista ... Metro Pacific League (MPL) Player of the Year as a senior, when she scored 23 goals over 20 games played ... Three-time All-MPL First Team her final three years ... Led Lancers to Metro Mesa League title in 2013 before back-to-back MPL crowns ... Team MVP as a senior ... U-T San Diego All-Academic Team as a junior and senior ... Three-time Scholar-Athlete ... One-time U-T San Diego Athlete of the Week as a senior ... Played two seasons with current teammate Maxia Espino ... Also ran cross country and track.

PERSONAL
Born June 6 in San Diego ... Parents are John and Sarah Reilly ... Has an older brother named Matthew and a twin sister named Emily ... Emily plays soccer at San Diego Miramar College ... Pre-human development major at Sixth College ... Interested in becoming an elementary school teacher after graduating from UC San Diego ... Most memorable soccer moment is posting a perfect 12-0 CCAA record in 2016 ... Lists drawing as a hobby ... Cheers for the world champion U.S. women's national team ... Favorite athlete is USWNT star Sydney Leroux ... Top movie is Good Will Hunting ... Listens to Jack Johnson and the late David Bowie ... Chicken bakes and pickles are favorite foods ... Greatest influences are USWNT forwards Alex Morgan and Sydney Leroux ... Loves art and art history ... Has attended a One Direction concert.

CAREER STATISTICS
Season GP GS MIN G A Pts SHOT SHOT% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att
2015 22 22 1418 11 6 28 80 .138 52 .650 4 0-0
2016 22 22 1511 13 9 35 100 .130 52 .520 4 0-1
2017 21 21 1473 9 4 22 87 .103 43 .494 3 0-0
Totals 65 65 4402 33 19 85 267 .124 147 .551 11 0-1

GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
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2016
2017

Position: Forward
Height: 5'5"
Year: Senior
City/State: Chula Vista, CA
High School: Hilltop HS
College: Sixth
Major: Pre-Human Development
Experience: 3 Letters
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