By Chris Sloan
Tyler Reinhart is the first Bronco athlete to have earned the
conference weekly honor in six years.
He was the Wilson California Collegiate Athletic Association
Men’s Soccer Player of the Week for the week of Aug. 24-30.
Reinhart, a third year kinesiology student, continues to lead
Men’s Soccer both in shots taken and in assists. He is currently
ranked 8 in the CCAA division.
In 2008 he received an Honorable Mention at All-CCAA for leading
the Broncos with 35 shots and 4 assists.
Reinhart is credited with scoring the game-winning goal in the
game against San Francisco State.
Reinhart appeared in all 16 games during his freshman year and
started in 10.
During the summer, he participates in the Premier Development
League, which is a league for college school players to allow them
to continue to play soccer over the summer and to better hone their
Players from the Professional Soccer League help PDL soccer
players to better understand soccer as a sport and also are able to
evaluate PDL player’s skills.
The professionals also give the players pointers on how to
better develop their overall game.
From grades 8-12 he participated in Club Soccer, a
competitive/traveling soccer league consisting of players ranging
from ages12 to 19.
Reinhart was scouted during a Club Soccer game and gives credit
to Club coach Chad McCarty for much of his success.
Reinhart has been involved in sports since he was 5 years old
and he later decided to farther his pursuit of soccer at the age of
“Soccer is fast and keeps you moving and entertained,” said
Reinhart attended Clovis West High School, where he was named
the 2007 Valley player of the year.
During his time there, the team won back-to-back CIF
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Reinhart honored as player of the week
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