Reinhardt, ’99, seems to have done it all athletically and academically.
As a member of the Wittenberg volleyball team, she finished her career second
in Division III history in kills with 2,458.
She was also honored as a two-time All-American.
In addition, the Phi Beta Kappa member and cum laude graduate was a four-time
All-NCAC selection and was named the NCAC Newcomer of the Year in 1995 and
the NCAC Player of the Year in 1998.
She was also selected to the GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-America team her senior
season. Now the NCAA has selected her as the Woman of the Year for Ohio.
The award honors outstanding female student-athletes from NCAA institutions
who have excelled in the collegiate environment beyond their athletics pursuits
with academic achievements and community involvement.
Reinhardt will attend the awards dinner Oct. 24 in Indianapolis, Ind. where
she and 50 other athletes will be honored.
From the 50 state winners and one District of Columbia winner, 10 finalists
will be named, followed by the naming of the 1999 NCAA Woman of the Year.
The winners were chosen from more than 300 nominations and include 28 student-athletes
from Division I, 12 student-athletes from Division II and 11 student-athletes
from Division III.