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Scottie Reynolds

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Herndon, Va.

High School:
Herndon

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 190

Position:
Guard

Birthdate:
10/10/1987

Experience:
3L

02/03/2007

Villanova 57, Louisville 53

Villanova 57, Louisville 53

01/29/2007

Villanova vs. #7 Pittsburgh

Villanova vs. #7 Pittsburgh

VILLANOVA: Completed his career as Villanova's No. 2 all-time scorer with 2,222 points ... Also ranked sixth in assists with 482 ... A consensus first team All-American in 2009-10 ... Honored by his hometown of Herndon, Va., on June 28, 2010 with "Scottie Reynolds Day" ... Named Most Outstanding Player at 2009 East Regional and was honorable mention All-Big East as well as First Team All-Philadelphia Big Five as a junior ... Averaged 16.0 ppg over his four seasons ... Tied with former teammate Dante Cunningham for most games as a Wildcat (139) ... Scored 25 or more points 17 times as a collegian highlighted by a pair of 40-point outbursts ... Announced his intention to enter his name into National Basketball Association Draft pool on April 21 before removing it on June 9, 2009.

2009-10: Included on first team All-American lists by the Associated Press, United States Basketball Writers, and National Association of Basketball Coaches ... Was also a first team All-BIG EAST selection as well as a Cousy and Wooden Award finalist ... Tabbed as Most Outstanding Player by the Philadelphia Big Five and a first team choice alongside teammate Corey Fisher ... Was also a first team All-BIG EAST selection as well as a Cousy and Wooden Award finalist ... Led the Wildcats with an 18.2 ppg average.

2009-10 Big East Regular Season: Averaged 19.9 ppg while connecting on .500 of his attempts from the field ... Also converted .420 of his 3-point field goal attempts and .840 of his free throw attempts ... Netted all 17 of his points after halftime to lead a 77-73 win over Cincinnati on March 2 ... Notched 21 points to help lead the `Cats past USF 74-69 on Senior Night ... Delivered 17 second half points to finish with 22 in VU's 92-81 win over Providence on Feb. 13 ... Scored 21 points, including all 10 of his free throws to lead VU past West Virginia 82-75 ... In the process he passed assistant coach Doug West in fourth place on VU's all-time scoring list ... Moved into fifth place on the all-time VU scoring list with 24-points on Feb. 6 at Georgetown ... Scored his 2,000th career point on a layup with 11:58 remaining against Seton Hall on Feb. 2 ... His 19 points on 6-of-12 shooting helped lead VU past St. John's 81-71 on Jan. 24 ... Named BIG EAST and Philadelphia Player of the Week on Jan. 18 ... Capped a terrific week with a 27-point effort that included a huge offensive rebound with 1:55 remaining in an 82-77 win over Georgetown on Jan. 17 ... Came up with a huge second half, scoring 30 of his 36 points to help VU cap a rally from a 17-point deficit in a 92-84 win at Louisville ... Connected on 9-of-10 field goal attempts and was perfect (5-of-5) from deep ... Helped VU hold off Marquette with 10 second half points (15 overall) in the `Cats 78-76 win over the Golden Eagles on Jan. 9 ... Led VU with 21 points on 8-of-13 shooting from the field in a 99-72 win over DePaul ... Named Big Five Player of the Week and to the BIG EAST Honor Roll on Jan. 4 ... Dropped in 23 points, including the go-ahead basket with 18.3 seconds left, to help lift VU past Marquette 74-72 on Jan. 2.

2009-10 Postseason: Dropped in 20 points to help Villanova stave off an upset bid from Robert Morris in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Providence, R.I.

2009-10 Highlights: Added 23 points, seven rebounds and three assists in a 75-65 loss to Temple on Dec. 13 ... Paced Villanova with 22 points, including 12-of-14 at the line, in a 97-89 win at Saint Joseph's on Dec. 9 ... Named BIG EAST and Philadelphia Big Five Player of the Week on Dec. 7 ... Earned the Most Outstanding Player honor at the BB&T Classic on Dec. 6 ... Scored 25 points and added eight assists, both season highs, to go with five rebounds in 38 minutes against Maryland ... Tied a career high with eight rebounds in the 77-58 win over Drexel on Dec. 2 Named to the O'Reilly Auto Parts Puerto Rico Tip-Off all-tournament team after pacing VU with 21 points in a 79-67 victory over Ole Miss on Nov. 22 ... Led the Wildcats with 18 points and assisted on the winning basket by Isaiah Armwood in a 69-68 win over George Mason in the opening round of the O'Reilly Auto Parts Classic Puerto Rico Tip-Off.

2008-09 Season: One of two players to start all 38 games and led the team with 32.2 minutes per contest ... Second on the team in scoring with 15.2 points per game ... Paced the team with 3.4 assists per contest (128) to go along with a team-high 59 steals ... Shot .400 (168-420) from the field, .353 (72-204) from three-point range and .817 (165-202) at the foul line ... Had 32 games scoring in double figures, including nine games with at least 20 points, two games with at least 30 points and one with 40 points ... Led the team in scoring 15 times, in steals 14 times and in assists on 19 occasions.

2008-09 Big East Regular Season: Led the team with 16.9 points per game during conference play to go along with 3.2 assists and 1.3 steals per contest ... Tallied 57 assists and 24 steals, while averaging 2.6 rebounds per game ... Shot .441 (89-202) from the field, including .374 (40-107) from three-point range and .804 (86-107) from the foul line.

2008-09 Postseason: One of four players on the team scoring in double figures during six games combined between the BIG EAST and NCAA Tournaments ... Averaged 12.9 points, 3.4 rebounds and 2.0 steals per contest in the postseason ... Led the Wildcats with 17 points and five assists in the 83-69 loss to eventual NCAA champion North Carolina at the Final Four ... Made game-winning basket with less than one second remaining against Pittsburgh to advance Villanova to the Final Four with a thrilling 78-76 victory over the BIG EAST rival Panthers.

2008-09 Highlights: Matched his career high with 40 points in a win at Seton Hall on January 6 ... Became the first player in school history to have two 40-point games in BIG EAST play ... Made 10-of-17 field goals and 15-of-16 free throws in the game ... Has made at least 10 free throws in a game three times this season, including going 13-of-15 in a 31-point performance at Providence on February 4 ... Had a season-high seven assists in wins over Fordham and USF.

2007-08: Played in all 35 games and started all but one ... Team's leading scorer at 15.9 points per game ... Also leads in assists with 3.2 per game and steals with 51 ... Averages 3.1 rebounds per contest ... Shot .412 from the field (164-398), .383 from three-point range (79-206) and .779 at the free throw line (148-190) ... Scored in double figures 29 times, including 12 games with at least 20 points and one game with over 30 points ... Named Philadelphia Big Five Player of the Week on two occasions and to the BIG EAST Honor Roll once ... Chosen second team All-BIG EAST and first team All-Philadelphia Big Five ... Became the 50th member of Villanova's 1,000 point fraternity during VU's NCAA Tournament win over Clemson and completed his sophomore season with 1,042 career points.

Postseason: Has scored over 20 points in three of his four career NCAA Tournament games and has been the game's high scorer each time ... Scored 25 points, grabbed eight rebound and dished out five assists in second round win over Siena ... That was a follow up to his 21-point performance on 7-of-12 shooting in a come-from-behind win over Clemson ... Finished with 11 points and two assists in 72-57 loss to Kansas in the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Tournament at Detroit's Ford Field ... Averaged 17.5 points and 5.0 assists per game in two BIG EAST Tournament contests, going 6-of-11 from three-point range and 11-of-12 at the free throw line in those two contests ... Included in those marks are a 22-point, six-assist, zero-turnover effort against Syracuse in a first round victory ... Overall is averaging 20.3 points, 4.3 assist and 4.8 rebounds per game in the four postseason contests ... In these four games has shot 23-of-48 (.479) from the field, 12-of-23 (.521) from three-point range and 21-of-26 (.808) at the foul line.

Regular Season: Started 29 of 30 games and averaged 15.4 points, 3.2 assists and 2.9 rebounds per game ... Tallied 46 steals ... Scored at least 10 points on 24 occasions and had at least five assists in six games ... Dished out season-high nine assists against Temple on December 9 and also scored 27 points in the contest ... Scored 32 points against Cincinnati on January 12 ... Named to the All-Tournament team at the Old Spice Classic after averaging 17.7 points in three games.

Big East Regular Season: Started 17 of 18 games and was the lone Villanova player to average in double figures in scoring in league play ... Averaged 14.7 points, 2.5 assists and 2.4 rebounds per game with a team-high 26 steals ... Scored a season-high 32 points against Cincinnati on January 12 ... That performance kicked off a three-game stretch in which he averaged 26.0 points per contest ... Scored at least 20 points five times in conference action, including 24 points against Georgetown on February 11 as Villanova nearly upset the Hoyas ... Made a season-high 10 free throws in that game.

2006-07: Named the BIG EAST Rookie of the Year on March 6 ... Became only the second Wildcat in school history (Tim Thomas) to earn that distinction ... Followed that up with 29 points in a 75-67 win over DePaul in the opening round of the BIG EAST Tournament ... Paced the Wildcats in BIG EAST action with an 18.4 ppg average ... Appeared in 33 games, averaging 14.8 ppg ... Led the team in assists (4.0 apg) and averaged 29.6 minutes per contest while making 32 starts - the only time he did not start was on Senior Night so that walk-on Ross Condon could be in the starting unit ... Voted BIG EAST Rookie of the Week three times, including on March 4 ... His 22 points, six assists and four steals helped spark a 78-75 VU victory over Syracuse on Mar. 3 at the Wachovia Center ... Scored a Villanova freshman record 40 points in the win over Connecticut on Feb. 28 ... Made 12-of-25 from the field, 6-of-15 from three-point range and 10-of-14 from the foul line ... His performance was just one point off the BIG EAST freshman scoring record and was the most points by a freshman in the nation this season ... Produced 25 points in 37 minutes to lead VU in scoring in a 80-67 loss at Marquette on Feb. 19 ... Paced the `Cats with 18 points on 7-of-14 shooting from the field in a 58-55 loss to Georgetown on Feb. 17 ... Set a new career high with 10 assists to go with nine points, three rebounds and two steals in a 57-53 win over Louisville on Feb. 3 ... Tabbed BIG EAST Rookie of the Week for the second time in as many weeks on Jan. 29 ... Led the Wildcats with 19 points and eight assists in a 66-63 loss to Notre Dame on Jan. 27 ... Named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week and Dick Vitale Diaper Dandy of the Week on Jan. 22 ... Also earned Sporting News and Philadelphia Big Five player of the week honors that same day ... His 20 points led VU to an 82-73 win at Providence on Jan. 23 ... Poured in 26 points, including 12-of-13 from the free throw line in a 76-69 win over No. 23 Texas on Jan. 20 ... Established a new career high with 27 points in a 102-87 win over Notre Dame on Jan. 17 at the Pavilion ... Delivered a strong effort in a return to his home area at Georgetown on Jan. 8 ... With a throng of more than 400 people in the upper deck at the Verizon center, he came up with 16 points, four steals and three assists in the 56-52 win over the Hoyas ... His 3-point goal with 6:22 left gave the `Cats their first lead of the night ... Recorded career highs in points (25) and minutes (33) in a 73-65 loss to DePaul on Jan. 6 ... Sank 8-of-14 field goal attempts and was 7-of-11 from beyond the 3-point arc ... Handed out a season-high nine assists with only one turnover and 12 points in an 83-65 victory over Temple on Dec. 30 ... Delivered 11 points, five assists and zero turnovers in a 64-51 win at La Salle on Dec. 23 ... Established a new career high with seven assists in 25 minutes of a 108-61 win over Rider on Dec. 20 ... He also contributed nine points in 25 minutes ... Scored 10 points and added four assists in a 67-51 win at Oklahoma on Dec. 6 ... His 3-point goal with just over nine minutes left in the second half gave VU a 73-72 lead it would not relinquish at Penn on Dec. 2 ... Finished with 11 points and five assists in 28 minutes ... Scored eight points and added three assists in a 72-44 win at Stony Brook on Nov. 30 ... Was impressive in the season opener at Northwood, converting all six of his field goal attempts for 13 points in a 97-60 win over Northwood on Nov. 11 ... Also added four assists and three steals in just 16 minutes.

HERNDON HIGH SCHOOL: Named a 2006 McDonald's All-American ... Named first team all-Virginia by the Associated Press from 2004-06 ... Averaged 28.4 points, 3.3 rebounds, 4.5 assists, and 4.0 steals per game in 2005-06 to help lead Herndon to a 26-4 record and the Class AAA state tournament finals ... Tabbed Class AAA player of the year as a senior ... Averaged 34.7 points, 5.1 rebounds, 6.2 assists and 3.3 steals as a junior in 2004-05 ... Selected first team All-Metro by The Washington Post as a junior and senior ... Averaged 23.8 points and 5.0 assists per game at Herndon while playing for coach Gary Hall and departed as the school's all-time leading scorer (2,033 points) ... Participated in 2006 Roundball Classic.

PERSONAL: Given name is Scott Reynolds ... Son of Pam and Rick Reynolds ... Born Oct. 10, 1987 in Huntsville, Ala. ... Was later adopted by the Reynolds family and spent his youth in Virginia and Illinois ... Has two brothers, Eric and Ross, and three sisters, Kelli Platt, Susie McGee, and Dahlia ... Played on Boo Williams' teams on the AAU circuit ... Participated in 2005 USA Basketball Youth Development Festival, where he helped USA White team to a gold medal ... Originally signed a letter of intent to attend Oklahoma University but was released from that obligation when head coach Kelvin Sampson accepted a position at Indiana University in April 2006.

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