Has displayed steady growth as a player in his tenure at UMBC and was named one of the team’s four captains for the ‘05 campaign...is expected to reprise role on one of UMBC’s top two midfield units.
2004-Posted season bests in goals, assists, and ground balls while earning consistent playing time for the first time during his career...played in all 14 games and started 5...produced his first multiple-point game with a goal and an assist vs. Albany, then posted his first multi-goal game with a pair in the win over Loyola...his second quarter score vs. the Greyhounds gave UMBC the lead for good...recorded a pair of first quarter assists in UMBC’s America East semi-final contest vs. Albany.
2003: Competed in 12 of 13 games as a sophomore and saw playing time on the second midfield unit for much of the campaign…recorded an assist in the opener vs. Mt. St. Mary's, then produced helpers in three straight games at Navy, Delaware, and Maryland.
2002: Took part in 11 of 12 games as a freshman, and started a couple of early season contests...recorded an assist in the opener vs. Navy...scored his first collegiate goal in the 15-9 win over Army...his other assist occurred vs. Towson.
BACKGROUND: Compiled a brilliant prep career, and was called "the best overall offensive player in the history of Cape lacrosse" by The Cape Gazette…amassed 138 career goals and 163 assists in his career, including a pair of 100 point seasons…led the Cape to a state title and the Vikings were 63-10 in his tenure…a First Team All State selection and a 2001 US Lacrosse All American…also The Delaware News Journal's Player of the Year…a Second Team All Conference honoree as a senior quarterback for the Vikings…lists best performance as a 4-goal, 7-assist effort vs. Sanford…father, Scott, was a quarterback for the Delaware Blue Hens…a fan of musical artist Tim McGraw and the book, The Perfect Storm…enjoys surfing and skiing…son of G. Scott and Joanne Reihm…born May 25, 1983.