|High School:||Canandaigua Academy|
Played in 10 contests ... Grabbed 10 ground balls ... Collected four ground balls at No. 5 Hofstra (March 5) ... Picked up a ground ball in victory over No. 14 Massachusetts (March 29) ... Scooped up a ground ball at Albany (April 2) ... Had a ground ball against No. 6 Cornell (April 9) ... Assisted on a goal in win at Quinnipiac (April 12) ... Collected a ground ball against No. 15 Penn (May 6).
Saw action in all 12 games, starting five ... Grabbed 30 ground balls ... Snared three ground balls in win over Canisius (Feb. 27) ... Grabbed three ground balls and assisted on a goal at Georgetown (March 3) ... Collected two ground balls in win at Holy Cross (March 6) ... Caused a turnover and had a ground ball in victory at Massachusetts (March 13) ... Scored a goal, grabbed five ground balls and caused a turnover against Colgate (March 16) ... Collected four ground balls against Brown (March 20) ... Had a career-high three assists, snared two ground balls and caused a turnover in win over Dartmouth (March 27) ... Picked up two ground balls against No. 7 Duke (April 2) ... Grabbed three ground balls at No. 10 Cornell (April 10) ... Scored a goal and picked up three ground balls in win over No. 6 Princeton (April 24) ... Collected two ground balls at Yale (May 1).
Saw action in two games ... Grabbed a ground ball and caused a turnover against Presbyterian (March 27).
Received eight varsity letters at Canandaigua Academy, including three in lacrosse, four in hockey and one in football ... Played defense in lacrosse, forward in hockey and fullback and defensive back in football ... Two-time first team All-Finger Lakes League in lacrosse ... Named to All-Greater Rochester team in 2008 ... Honored as an Academic All-American ... All-Finger Lakes League in football as defensive back ... Named League Player of the Year in hockey in 2007 ... Was selected Division Player of the Year the following season ... Honored on state Final Four All-Tournament team ... National Honor Society member ... AP Scholar with distinction.
Uncle, Tom Reho, played lacrosse at Hobart, winning three Division III lacrosse national championships.