Career Matches/Matches Started: 51/26 Career Scoring: 1 goal, 10 assists, 12 points
2013: Appeared in 18 matches, making nine starts … Started all seven Ivy matches … Led team, and tied for third in the Ivy League with five assists … Had an assist in each game of the opening weekend, recording helpers against Stony Brook (9/6) and Sacred Heart (9/8) … Notched an assist against Drexel (10/2) … Picked up an assist against No. 9 Penn State (10/29) … Assisted on goal against Providence in NCAA Tournament (11/21).
2012: Appeared in 15 matches, making 13 starts ... Finished fourth on the team with six points (1g, 4a) ... Tied for the team lead in assists ... Scored first career goal in season-opener against Lafayette (8/31) ... Recorded first career multi-assist game with a pair of helpers against Fairleigh Dickinson (9/21) ... Added an assist against Rider (9/23) ... Assisted on Penn's lone goal at Dartmouth (10/13).
2011: Appeared in 15 matches, making four starts ... Earned first career start against Saint Joseph's (9/4) ... Notched an assist at Columbia (10/8) ... Also had starts against Dartmouth (10/15), Yale (10/22) and at Brown (10/29).
2010: Saw time in three matches … Came off the bench against La Salle (9/5), Lafayette (9/12) and Adelphi (9/24).
High School: Member of Birmingham United club team ... Captured Alabama state championship in 2006 ... Also participated in US Development National Academy ... Chosen for Alabama's ODP, travelling to Guadalajara, Mexico for training in 2007 ... Three-time letterwinner in high school ... Captained his squad senior season ... Gatorade Alabama Player of the Year finalist (2010) ... Three-time Area 8 champions (2008-10) ... 2009 state finalist ... All-state and all-metro performer (2010) ... Selected to the 2009 North-South Junior All-Star Game ... Birmingham News first-team all-metro and second-team all-state (2009) ... NSCAA all-state (2008) ... National AP Scholar ... National Merit Finalist ... Army National Scholar-Athlete Award recipient ... Awarded Rensselaer Medal for Outstanding Achievement in math and science ... National Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta National Honor Society member ... Volunteer coach and referee with club soccer programs ... Volunteer Spanish translator at Children's Hospital of Alabama.
Personal: Son of Alyssa and Michael Reddy ... Mother ran cross country and track and field at Boston University ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.
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