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Zach Reynolds
Zach Reynolds
Title: Associate Director of Athletic Communications
Organization: Contact for Men's Basketball, Football (secondary), Women's Soccer, Men's & Women's Golf, Men's & Women's Fencing, Women's Rugby
Phone: (617) 495-2206
Email: zreynolds@fas.harvard.edu
Previous College: Oregon State '13

Zach Reynolds joined Harvard Athletics in August of 2015, and was promoted to associate director of athletic communications in August of 2018. He is responsible for covering the men's basketball, women's soccer, football (secondary), men's & women's golf, men's & women's fencing and women's rugby programs.

Consistently innovating with interactive content, Reynolds oversees the department's social media channels, as well leading the department's hiring and development of interns, and production of the annual 'senior letterwinners' book - a collection of student-athlete essays documenting their experiences at Harvard. He has previously covered women's hockey, baseball, men's soccer, wrestling and track/cross country. Additionally, Reynolds served as the media coordinator for the 2018 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championships at Gillette Stadium.

No stranger to the Crimson, Reynolds served as an athletic communications assistant at Harvard from 2014-15, where he worked as the primary contact for the men's volleyball, women's tennis, men's and women's fencing, and coed and women's sailing teams. He also played a role as a secondary contact for the women's basketball and men's ice hockey teams, and assisted in Harvard's hosting of ESPN's College GameDay. 

Reynolds earned his master's degree from the VCU Center for Sport Leadership in 2014, and worked as an athletic communications graduate assistant during his time in Richmond, gaining experience with each of VCU's 15 varsity teams, including the nationally ranked men's basketball program.

A native of Bend, Oregon, Reynolds earned his bachelor's degree from Oregon State in 2013.

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