After a stellar freshman season Vanderbilt’s Bryan Reynolds has been added to USA Baseball’s Collegiate National Team.
Reynold’s joins Vanderbilt’s Dansby Swanson and Carson Fulmer playing for U.S. squad.
The Brentwood native led the ‘Dores in hitting with a .338 batting average and RBI with 54. He was one of only three players to play in all 72 games for VU during the season, starting in 71.
Swanson and Fulmer had already secured spots on the roster but the addition of Reynolds gives Vanderbilt three players on the team for the second time in history.
Matching the 2006 Team USA squad that featured David Price, Pedro Alvarez and Casey Weathers.
Vandy head coach Tim Corbin coached that team to a gold medal in the World University Championships in Cuba
Reynolds also picked up another Freshman All-American honor with Baseball America honoring him and reliever Hayden Stone.
Stone was a lockdown pitcher out of the pen for the ‘Dores all season striking out 80 over 58 innings with only 14 walks.