Reigel enters his sixth season on the sidelines of the Green Terror men’s soccer program.
In his five years at the helm, Reigel has guided McDaniel to 28 wins with 24 of his setbacks coming by one goal, including the last two seasons at perennial NCAA tournament-bound Johns Hopkins.
He joined the Green Terror staff after a successful four-year stint as the varsity boys’ soccer coach at Linganore High School in Frederick. While there, he also served as the 3A West Boys’ Soccer Regional Director for MPSSAA since 2004.
Prior to that, he spent three seasons as an assistant at Gettysburg during the final seasons of that program’s successful run under 17-year head coach Dave Wright.
During his tenure on Wright’s staff, the program amassed a 42-15-3 record, including an appearance in the 2001 NCAA Division III Tournament and a national ranking as high as No. 3 in 2002. He served as an assistant on the staff during the 2000 and 2001 seasons before being elevated to associate head coach during the 2002 season.
While on the Bullet staff, he was primarily responsible for scouting and recruiting in the Mid-Atlantic Region.
Reigel earned a bachelors of science degree with a dual major in sports studies and psychology at Towson in 1996. He earned a masters of science degree in exercise science from McDaniel in 2002 and added a second masters degree in teaching a year later.
Reigel is a physical education teacher at Linganore, a position he’s held since 2003. Reigel and his wife Heidi, who was promoted to the director of admissions at the college in May 2009 and played basketball for the Green Terror from 1993-97 and still holds the program’s single-season (83) and career (271) blocked shots record, live in Westminster with their one-year-old son.