2010-11 REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Overall Record: 11-7 Dual Meet Record: 1-1 Big Ten Record: 0-0 Pins: 1 Major Decisions: 1 Technical Falls: 0
Went 11-7 overall and 1-1 in dual matches Recorded one pin and one major decision Finished second at the Bison Open to teammate Thane Antczak Pinned Iowa's Nate Moore at the 6:38 mark at the Kaufman-Brand Open Tallied a 4-3 overtime decision over Ridge Kiley of Nebraska in his dual debut at 133 lbs. Finished second at the Flash Open, pinning Triton College's James Estrada (1:48) and Colin Shober of Northwestern (5:02) Earned his first letter.
2009-10 REDSHIRTED: Went 16-7 at 141 in his first campaign, competing solely in open meets Won two matched by fall, six by major decision and two by tech fall Went 0-1 against ranked opponents First win in the maroon and gold came in his first match, a 9-4 decision over Justin Reinsma of Southwest Minnesota at the Bison Open Placed sixth at the North Country Open, going 2-3 Finished as runner-up at the Worthington Open, winning two matches by tech fall and one by decision before falling 1-3 in overtime to Jason Jeremiason of Augustana on the championship match Placed third at the Dragon Open, going 4-1 with a 5-2 win over Cody Hansen of Augsburg in the third place match Finished as runner-up at the Kaufman-Brand Amateur, going 4-1, falling to Dustin Walraven of South Dakota 2-3 in the championship match Went 3-1 at the Bison Open to place second, losing only to teammate No. 9 Mike Thorn in the Championship match by a 5-20 final.
HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduate of Don Bosco High School Coached by Tom Kettman Four-time state wrestling champion and earned all-state honors all four years Led his team to four state titles National High School Coaches Association (NHSCA) Junior National All-American Owned a 162-2 prep record and was ranked as the No. 10 recruit in his weight class and No. 80 prospect overall by InterMat Also a letter winner on the baseball diamond Honor Roll student.
PERSONAL: Born Jun. 28, 1990 Son of Doug and Janet Reiter Has five siblings, Joe (26), Mack (25), Audrey (23), Eddie (20) and Elly (16) Brother Mack was a three-time All-American for the Gophers and is a current assistant coach Majoring in architecture Lists winning his fourth state title as his greatest sports thrill.