Dominique Reynolds
Mexico City, 
Roster Years


  • Born in Harlingen, Texas
  • Parents are Miles and Lourdes
  • Only child in her family
  • Speaks three languages
  • Favorite book is In Pursuit of Excellence
  • Physical trainer was Ray Sutherland for several years

Before BYU

  • Was Mexican Junior National Champion for two years
  • Attended the American School Foundation
  • Was a four-year honor roll student
  • Received the American Legion award
  • Represented Mexico in the Wimbledon and U.S. Open Junior Championships


Year Singles Doubles
1999-2000 12-8 12-5
2000-2001 23-8 21-8
2001-2002 19-9 20-12
Career 54-25 53-25
BYU Hall of Fame

Freshman Year 1999-2000

  • Went 12-8 in singles, including 8-3 in duals playing mainly in the number four spot, but also in the three and five spots
  • Teamed with Khoudoiarova to go 12-5 in doubles
Sophmore Year 2000-2001

  • Named all-conference in singles and doubles
  • Teamed with Elizaveta Khoudoiarova to form a doubles team that posted a 20-6 mark and consistently ranked in the top 50 nationally
  • Went 23-8 in singles, playing the two and three spots
Junior Year 2001-2002

  • Named to the Mountain West All-Conference Team for the second time in singles and for the first time in doubles, along with Brooke Beverley
  • Posted an impressive 19-9 record in singles play...ended the season on a strong note winning her last 13 singles matches
  • Finished the season with a doubles record of 20-12 playing mostly with teammate Brooke Beverley
  • Finished the season nationally ranked No. 51 in doubles with Beverley
Senior Year 2002-2003

Graduate Year

Redshirt Year

Medical Redshirt Year