Women's Soccer

    Megan Reinhardt  
    Megan Reinhardt

    Assistant Coach

    1st Season


    Indiana University Women's Soccer Head Coach Mick Lyon Announces His Retirement

    Lyon just completed his 20th season as a head coach with stops at Evansville (Nine seasons) and Indiana (11 seasons)


    Senior Night On Tap With Big Ten Tournament Berth On The Line

    A win or tie is one way that IU can qualify for the Big Ten Tournament


    A Pair of Big Ten Home Games On Docket For Hoosiers

    Indiana will host Minnesota on Friday and Wisconsin on Sunday


    Hoosiers Host Purdue and Travel To Michigan State This Week

    Thursday's game vs. Purdue is a Red Out and will start at 8:00 p.m. on the Big Ten Network.


    Indiana Heads East To Battle No. 4 Penn State

    It will be the second Top 5 team the Hoosiers have played this season (No. 5 Pepperdine)

    Megan Reinhardt will be in her first season as a assistant coach with the Hoosiers in 2012 after serving as the goalkeeper coach at the University of Indianapolis in 2011.

    Reinhart was a member of the IUWS program as a goalkeeper for three seasons (2005-07) and helped the Hoosiers to Sweet Sixteen appearance in the NCAA Tournament in 2007.

    A native of Indianapolis, Reinhardt earned four varsity letters at North Central High School and was named ICGSA First Team All-State in 2003 and Marion County Honorable Mention while leading North Central to a 21-1-1 record and a nation ranking. In club soccer, she played for the Carmel United Commotion and claimed four state titles and two region championships in addition to a pair of USYSA national finalist appearances.

    She earned her bachelor's degree in Telecommunications from Indiana in 2009 and was involved with the Carmel United youth soccer club.

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