|Hometown:||Locust Valley, N.Y.|
|High School:||Locust Valley|
As a Junior in 2016: Saw playing time in 11 games ... tallied one assist and one draw control vs. William & Mary (2/14).
As a Sophomore in 2015: Appeared in four games ... scored one goal vs. Michigan (4/18) ... picked up one ground ball vs. William & Mary (2/15) and Michigan (4/18) ... caused one turnover vs. Michigan (4/18).
As a Freshman in 2014: Appeared in eight games…scored first career goal vs. William & Mary (3/5)…also saw action in wins against UMBC (2/14), Richmond (2/16), Boston (2/19), Hofstra (2/25), Towson (3/26), Virginia Tech (4/19, 4/24)
Before Maryland: Four year standout in field hockey and lacrosse at Locust Valley... a Nassau All-County pick in 2011, 2012, and 2013... 2011-2012 US Lacrosse National School Girls Tournament Long Island-Metro First Team...2013 MSG Varsity All Tri-State Second Team... 2012 Under Armour Underclassman All-American... 2012 Inside Lacrosse Magazine Rising Senior Watch List...appeared on the 2013 Inside Larcrosse Magazine Freshman Watch List...2012 and 2013 US Lacrosse All-American Scholar Athlete... 2012 ESPN High School All-American...2011-2012 Newsday All-Long Island Second Team... ranked #22 on the 2011 ESPN Rising Juniors ... 2010 U15 US Lacrosse National Champion...2013 US National Tournament Senior Only Division MVP, all-tournamanet team, and champion... also an all-county pick and Newsday All-Long Island Second Team in 2011 in field hockey...member of the Long Island Yellow Jackets club lacrosse team.Personal: Full name is Bairre Frances Reilly...daughter of John and Kathleen Reilly... has one brother, Conner and one sister, Addie... Addie plays lacrosse and field hockey at Fairfield... member of the National Honors Society and Locust Valley High Honor Roll... volunteers at Oak Neck Athletic Council, Locust Valley Middle School and Greenville Baker Boys and Girls Club... chose Maryland because it has "every aspect of the kind of team I wanted to be a part of and it has everything I am looking for academically".