The 6-foot, 162-pound senior forward led the Quakers to a 24-2 record and the Class 2A state championship this past season. Reiter recorded 55 goals and 24 assists, including one of each in Quaker Valley’s 2-1 win over New Hope-Solebury in the state final. The Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League Player of the Year for both the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Tribune Review, he concluded his prep soccer career with 85 goals and 53 assists.
Reiter maintained a 3.50 GPA in the classroom. Taking advantage of NCAA early signing rules, Reiter inked a financial aid agreement that paved the way for him to enroll at the University of Pittsburgh. He graduated from high school in December and recently completed his first semester at Pittsburgh.
Reiter has volunteered with the Cameroon Football Development Program, organizing and packing soccer equipment to send to the African nation. He has donated his time locally at a home for severely disabled adults and as a youth soccer coach.