|High School:||Livermore HS '06|
2009: Earned Big Sky All-Academic honors for the third-straight year. Led the Eagles to victory against Houston (Sept. 4) with her season-high 10 kills, seven blocks and two service aces. Had six kills in the opening match of the season, helping EWU defeat Missouri State 3-1. Closed out her junior year with a .191 (45-20-131) hitting percentage, and 0.51 blocks per set average.
2008: In addition to playing at a top level
athletically, Reinstein was impressive in the classroom, as she
earned Big Sky Conference All-Academic accolades. On the court, she
ranked 10th in the league in service aces per set with 0.23. She
had her best match of the season in one of the most important
contests, helping the Eagles to a 3-1 win at Sacramento State to
clinch the Big Sky’s regular-season title. In that contest,
Reinstein had season highs in kills (13) and hitting percentage
(.379, 13-2-29) as well as six blocks, tied for her second-best sum
of the season. Her best block total was achieved in a 3-1 win over
Washington State, eight. She also had six in a four-set victory
over Northern Arizona on Nov. 6. Her season-high marks in service
aces (3) were achieved in wins over Seattle University and Weber
State on Oct. 21 and 25, respectively.
2007: Reinstein earned Big Sky Conference All-Academic honors in 2007. She was a blocking force with the Eagles, as her 0.91 bps average was the second-highest average on the team. That mark also placed her 397th among NCAA Division I players. Reinstein had an incredible sum of 11 putbacks in Eastern Washington’s 3-2 win over Northern Colorado on Sept. 27. She then nearly met that number with 10 against Portland State on Nov. 10, especially impressive considering the contest went just three sets (a 3-0 Eagle win). In a six-match stretch from Sept. 15-Oct. 2, Reinstein posted 4+ block totals in each match. On the season, she contributed four or more blocks 15 times.
High School: Reinstein was a two-year letterwinner at Livermore High School. She also played on Delta Valley Volleyball Club’s 18 Blue team, which took third at the Junior Olympics in the national division. She competed with the Golden Bears Volleyball Club 17-RoShambo at the Junior Olympics in the national division. Reinstein also competed on the Northern California Regional team at the USA Junior High Performance World Invitational Tournament. Her parents are Henry and Kathryn Reinstein, and she is majoring in visual communications with a minor in business.